Thursday, June 11, 2009

Salem Lifestyle Open House this Sunday

Come Check Out the hip, urban lifestyle in downtown Salem, Massachusetts!

This weekend the Salem Chamber of Commerce is organizing the first (annual, I hope!) Lifestyle Open House. This means that on Sunday, June 14 from noon - 3pm you can tap into your inner house-hunter and come to Salem for some good, old-fashioned house hunting. And condo hunting. And apartment hunting.

Discover the diversity of properties within walking distance of downtown Salem - from Federal style mansions to Victorian homes to contemporary condos in new developments to redeveloped historic buildings. Wherever you step in downtown Salem, you are a short walk from the MBTA Commuter Rail (Newburyport/Rockport Line to Boston), the Salem Ferry (stopping at the Seaport District AND Long Wharf North), Salem arts and culture, museums, restaurants, nightlife, beaches, bike paths, parks, and more!

It's an awesome urban environment, and you should check it out!

Grab a map of the open house locations online at or at the Chamber office at 265 Essex Street. (For more information, call 978-744-0004.) More then 30 downtown properties will be open!

Plan to stay for lunch and dinner, catch the new Golden Age of Dutch Seascapes exhibit at the Peabody Essex Museum, browse and shop on Pickering Wharf, Essex Street, Front Street, Derby Street; visit The House of the Seven Gables, Salem Willows, historic Chestnut Street. It won't take very long for you to understand why the American Planning Association ranked downtown Salem, Massachusetts one of America’s 10 great neighborhoods! Visit for shopping, dining, and exploration ideas.

Discover the magic of living in Salem!

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