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Salem MA real estate is steeped in history. Salem MA homes are most famous for the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. However, the city offers more than a spooky past to its residents. Salem is proud of its place in the history of the United States and has taken steps to preserve it. The Chestnut Street District is a historic district, preserving many Salem MA homes of interest to students of the city’s history.
The Salem Maritime National Historic Site gives visitors an education in the role Salem played in trade from the colonial period to the present day. Salem also has its own ferry, which is great for both tourists and commuters who want an easy way to get to Boston. Commuters can also reach Boston easily by train or car.
Public schools in Salem are quite strong, with Salem State University a good local choice for higher education. Salem also has a great food scene. The seafood is fresh and cooked to perfection at restaurants around the city. Many places emphasize fresh local produce and craft beers and wine. Salem is a great place to live, with easy access to the big city but all the quaint charm of a small, historic community. Go to salem.com to learn more!