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Manchester-by-the-Sea is home to Singing Beach (where the sand squeaks when walked upon) and Eaglehead, a rock that attracts climbing enthusiasts. Plus, it’s the childhood hometown of Jesse DeBenedictis himself.
Gloucester, Massachusetts is dear to the heart of WORKS since we count it as our hometown. On the North Shore of Boston, Gloucester boasts rugged coastlines, wooded hills overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and lush green acreage.
Amid its wildlife refuges, protected forests, farmland, marshes and dunes, Ipswich boasts some of the most beautiful contemporary and historic homes on the North Shore of Boston.
Essex is bordered by Hamilton to the west, Manchester-by-the-Sea to the south, Gloucester to the east, and Ipswich to the north. Its is known for seafood eateries, it’s shipbuilding heritage, antique shops, and as the “home of the fried clam!”
Rockport is one of the country’s most beloved New England villages, known for both its lobster fishermen and artists. Among other restoration and renovation projects here, WORKS renovated a million dollar, early 1900s, summer cottage on the water.
As with other North Shore towns, Beverly, Massachusetts was named for a town in England and was first settled in the 1600s. Beverly Harbor was the home port of the first ship commissioned by the U.S. military (1775).
Just 17 miles north of Boston, Marblehead has over 200 homes and buildings that predate the Revolutionary War. The team at WORKS by Jesse DeBenedictis has helped many Marblehead homeowners to renovate, restore, and beautify their historic homes.
Salem may be most widely known as the site of the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692. This city has a culturally diverse population, a rich maritime heritage, an impressive display of historic architecture and amazing stories that span almost four centuries.
Rowley was founded in 1639 by the Reverend Ezekiel Rogers and twenty families who sailed from England on the ship John of London, which also carried the first printing press in the colonies. Reverend Rogers named the town after his own hometown in England.
With many small farms within its borders even today, Boxford is crisscrossed by the traditional New England stone walls formerly used to mark boundaries. A match factory operated in the town from 1866 to 1905.
Danvers was the home of Revolutionary War hero Israel Putnam. Residents enjoy outdoor recreation along the scenic Crane River and at beautiful city parks. They also utilize the gorgeous Peabody Institute Library and a weekly local farmer’s market.
Hamilton is a rural-suburban town with easy access to beaches and boating. It contains many historic houses, pastoral landscapes, and old stone walls that accompany winding tree-lined roads.
Lynnfield is bordered by the Ipswich River on its northern border. Several brooks, lakes and ponds dot this tranquil town. A new build, an architect-designed home, is among the many interesting projects WORKS has handled in Lynnfield.
Newbury includes the villages of Old Town (Newbury Center), Plum Island and Byfield. Newbury lies just south of the mouth of the Merrimack River.
With its well-preserved historic homes, stone walls and surrounding farmlands and lakes, Wenham is a small jewel of New England. WORKS has many long-time clients in Wenham and we work in town many times each year.
Andover was named by Boston Magazine as one of the “Best Places to Live in MA.” WORKS recently completed several projects in Andover. Neighbors are telling neighbors that we are a quality, trustworthy contractor. Thanks for your support Andover!
In tribute to its farming past, the city of Peabody (pronounced Pea-bud-dy) manages the historic Brooksby Farm. The city also boasts a National Historic Landmark, the home of Revolutionary War hero General Gideon Foster.