The beautiful seaside community of Beverly is located on Massachusetts’ North Shore and features miles of coastline, public parks, and beaches over 22.59 square miles. Home to 42,174 residents, the town offers families, couples, and young professionals with the conveniences of an urban area and the community aspect of a suburban town.
Beverly has a bustling downtown area, is home to career lobsterman, and is the summer destination for families across Mas
It has a median home value of $507,552.
The bustling and trendy downtown area of Beverly is filled with restaurants, coffee shops, retail shops, and more for residents and visitors to enjoy. Beverly is also home to Gentile Brewing Company, several historic sites including Cabot House and Hale Farm, and The Cabot Theatre, all of which can be enjoyed by the town’s residents.
Beverly has five schools for children in grades k-4: Ayers Ryal Side, Centerville, Cove, Hannah, and North Beverly. The city has one middle school that serves grades 5-8 (Beverly Middle School) and one public high school, Beverly High School, serving grades 9-12.
Beverly is also home to several private schools for grades k-12, which include:
- New England Academy
- Landmark School
- Harborlight-Stoneridge Montessori School
- Kindercare Learning Center
- Beverly School for the Deaf
- Saints Academy
- Bright Horizons School
- The Waring School
- Glen Urquhart School
- Shore Country Day
- Mrs. Alexander’s School
Beverly is also home to Endicott College, which offers students 23 different bachelor’s programs and five master’s programs. The city is also home to the Montserrat College of Art, which is a private four-year visual arts college.