Revere Zip Trip
This week, the stop of the 2017 Zip Trip Season is in Revere, MA. The event will be held from 6am-10am at Revere Beach (click to see map), 333 Revere Beach Blvd, Revere, MA. Be sure to come visit our table and say hello to our agents!
Watch Anthony and Michele Discuss Revere on this week’s On the Market segment.
Want to learn more about Revere? Read all about this city below
Located just 5 miles north of downtown Boston is the town of Revere, MA and Lamacchia Realty is thrilled to show all that it has to offer at the next Zip Trip!
The median home value, according to Zillow in Revere is $363,100. Home value have increased 11% over the past year and Zillow envisions a 4.1% increase next year. At this point in time, the median price that homes are listed at is $362,437.
When living in Revere, you’ll never find yourself far away from the beach. Revere Beach was the first public beach in the United States and covers 4.5 miles & 84 acres from end to end. If the beach is not your scene, hop on the MBTA blue line and you can get into downtown Boston in as fast as 25 minutes. Such easy access into the city makes for a reliable an affordable lifestyle relative to many of Boston’s nearby neighborhoods.
Additional Points of Interest:
- Kelly’s Roast Beef
- Revere Society For Cultural & Historic Preservation
- Showcase Cinemas
While living in Revere, you’ll have the chance to send your children to a range of different schools. For high school, students attend Revere High School, Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational High School or the Seacoast School. Some parents do elect to send their children to charter schools in neighboring cities. For middle school, there is the Garfield School, Susan B. Anthony Middle School, and the Rumney Marsh Academy.
Culture / History:
The coast of Revere and Revere beach has a rich history dating back into the 1800’s. In 1875, the Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad made a stop in Revere giving the area a major boost in accessibility and popularity. The beach had a number of amusements such as a Ferris wheel, bars, restaurants, and, at the time, one of the largest roller coasters in the United States, the Cyclone.
Revere itself doesn’t have a plethora of large companies but due to its close proximity to Boston, residents have countless job opportunities only a train ride away. In Revere itself, three of the largest employers are NECCO World Corporate Headquarters & Manufacturing, Stop & Shop and Showcase Cinemas.