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Swampscott MA

Swampscott MA

The town of Swampscott is a beautiful and serene seaside community located approximately 12 miles northeast of Boston on the Atlantic coast. Swampscott is accessible by train service on the Boston to Newburyport and Gloucester lines. Established as a town in 1852, Swampscott has a general population of 14,600 and occupies a land area of 3.58 square miles. With its many beaches and close proximity to Boston, Swampscott grew into a popular summer destination in the 1800s. Many who visited became citizens, building stately homes along the coastline. Today, Swampscott offers a friendly, welcoming, and nurturing family environment, an excellent pre-school to grade 12 public educational system, superb public safety, and support systems, abundant youth sports opportunities, and a town government that is responsive to the needs of its citizens.

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Shopping in Swampscott:

Swampscott contains two shopping malls on Paradise Road: The Swampscott Mall and Vinnin Square Plaza. Name brand stores such as The Gap, Marshall’s, Home Goods, and Paper Store are found here along with smaller businesses like The Craft Beer Cellar.

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Living in Swampscott:

Swampscott, Massachusetts, offers an idyllic coastal lifestyle with its scenic beaches, charming neighborhoods, and historic architecture, making it a desirable location for homebuyers. The real estate market in Swampscott features a mix of elegant waterfront properties boasting panoramic ocean views, stately colonial homes in tree-lined streets, and modern condominiums with convenient amenities. Residents of Swampscott enjoy access to recreational activities such as sailing, beachcombing, and hiking along the picturesque coastline, as well as a vibrant community atmosphere with local shops, restaurants, and cultural events. 

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