5 Mariners Point
The luxury condominiums at Mariners Point nestle beside the shores of the Porter River. It serves as a tributary of the Danvers River, in the far southeastern outskirts of Danvers. This residential community actually stand much closer to the port City of Beverly and nearby Salem, Massachusetts than it does to Danvers.
Prospective property seekers reportedly access this location by traveling north along Highway 128 from Peabody (a town south of Danvers). Take Exit 23 and proceed due east along High Street, a roadway which becomes River Street as it approaches the waterway. The road dead ends at the site of the Mariners Point Condominiums.
These upscale condos, some constructed during 2014, directly front on the waterway. Perched on a grassy knoll, they cluster together in groups of three attached townhomes. They offer wood frame construction and panoramic waterfront vistas. Reportedly, each unit includes a dedicated 35-foot boat slip.
These townhome-style condos maintain a completely uniform appearance. They offer wide covered front porches. The residential community sits on a sprawling 1.99 acre tract beside the water.
(Some online search engine maps inaccurately place this development in the middle of a wooded tract in Danvers. Fortunately for mariners, residents who enjoy sailing yachts and other watercraft can reportedly easily locate this out-of-the-way development by road. Comparatively little information exists online concerning these properties, however.)
Find a Luxury Condo in an Elite Waterfront Enclave
These opulent wood frame waterfront condos vary in their floor plans. Some of these homes offer high ceilings, crown molding, and fireplaces, according to online sources. Condos in this development also include deeded garages. Reportedly, they furnish many trendy customized features. Some units supply 2,538 square feet and furnish a total of three bedrooms and 2.5 baths.
Current online information does not provide any data concerning the condo association HOA fee in this exclusive residential community, an unusual occurrence. Units here may not become available for resale very often. (Presuming this beautiful development survived catastrophic weather which unexpectedly struck some parts of the coast of Massachusetts just a few years ago. Buyers seeking to purchase units here should inquire specifically about applicable current condo association fees.)
This location offers desirable waterfront vistas, plus access to maritime and boating activities. River Street passes beside the John George Park, a green area adjoining the waterway. The park lies within easy walking distance of the condo community.
Residents of this community conceivably also access some local sights of interest by boat. Mariners will appreciate this locale close to popular waterways and Beverly Harbor. Residents obtain convenient access to Salem, Massachusetts, today a tourist destination within the outskirts of the Greater Boston Metropolitan Area.
Their proximity to Route 128 allows condo owners to commute easily via Interstate 95 to cities within this region. This location offers access to both public and private schools. Given the development's position on the outskirts of Beverly, prospective home seekers should inquire specifically about local public school district services, since this community may lie outside the Danvers Public School District.