Ipswich, Massachusetts

Birthplace of American Independance

Ipswich, Massachusetts is located just north of nearby Essex. The community was founded in 1630, the same year as Boston. Larger than nearby Essex and Gloucester, the community hosts vibrant tourism, clamming and fishing industries.

It offers some of the most beautiful ocean views in Massachusetts. The Ipswich River is also a favored spot for kayakers and outdoor enthusiasts. Turner Hill Golf Club offers a private, award-winning 18 hole course and a stunning clubhouse that had previously been an expansive estate. The Ipswich Country Club also offers a sought after 18 hole golf course.

Ipswich is home to both historic and newly built estates. Rolling hills and oceanfront parcels provide stellar views. The school system in Ipswich is well respected, as it was ranked in the top third of Boston Magazine’s 2011 Best Schools issue. The town hosts the annual Chowderfest and a yearly sandcastle building contest. Ipswich has a stop on the MBTA Commuter Rail for convenient access to Boston.

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