People live in Danvers for the comfort of the country and the easy access to Boston, either a half-hour drive or by public transportation at Liberty Tree Mall. With reasonable real estate prices and exciting growth potential, Danvers is receiving a lot of attention.
Danvers’ history is tied to much of the surrounding area’s colonial heritage, playing a part in the Salem Witch Trials and with many great military men emerging from the area, including Israel Putnam. An odd, but poetic part of Danvers’ history was planted over 400 years ago: the Endicott Pear Tree, the oldest fruit-bearing plant still alive in North America.
Danvers has a variety of locations and institutions that make it a hotspot for growth. The school system is strong and one of the brightest gems in the North Shore is located in Danvers, the Essex Technical High School. The parks and outdoor activities are plentiful with Glen Magna Farms being one of the more sought after outdoor event venues around and Coco Key Water Resort providing fun summer relief.
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