$1 million+ sales in Rockport (five sales), Gloucester, Wenham ($3.5 million), Newbury, Ipswich (2.275 million) and Boxford. Affordable in Georgetown, Ipswich, Newbury, Rowley and Topsfield.
Pricey properties in Gloucester, Rockport, Newburyport & Boxford. Affordable units in Gloucester, Ipswich, Hamilton and Rowley. North Shore Property Sales Oct. 23 - Oct. 27
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Quiet week for sales. Hamilton had the most expensive at $1.6 million. Affordable property in Gloucester, Georgetown and Ipswich.
Affordable properties in Essex, Gloucester, Ipswich, Rowley and Wenham. One property for $1.15 million in Ipswich.
Affordable units in Topsfield, Newbury and Newburyport. Gloucester has $3.4 million sale, Ipswich has two $1 million+ sales, Newbury has one over a million.
Ipswich was the most expensive at $1.15 million. Affordable units in Gloucester and Rowley.
A quiet week for property sales last week. Essex had the most expensive property at $1.225 million. Ipswich had the most affordable property.
Gloucester has the most expensive property at $3 mil and the most affordable. Topsfield and Newburyort also top $1 million. Affordable houses still around however.
Affordable property in Georgetown and Gloucester. Gloucester also had a £1.26 million sale. Rockport hit $1.7 million.