1791 Georgian Colonial in historic downtown Newburyport, Massachusetts

1791 Georgian Colonial in historic downtown Newburyport, Massachusetts

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Our home is a restored 1791 Georgian colonial house located one block from the main downtown area of Newburyport. Newburyport is located in northern Massachusetts, at the mouth of the Merrimack River, on the Atlantic Ocean. Within walking distance of our home are fine restaurants, museums, beaches and nature preserves. Our home has all the modern conveniences of today, with all the charm of days gone by.

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  1. We are Peter and Lynne and we love to travel. Now that our children are grown and have families of their own, we have more time to travel. Lynne is originally from New Zealand, grew up in Taiwan and the Philippines, and became a naturalized American citizen. Peter recently retired and tennis now fills his days. Lynne is still working and is a financial officer for a college.

    We are doing our first home exchange this summer (2010) with a wonderful family from Clonbur, Ireland.





Newburyport was an important maritime port in the 17th and 18th centuries. The United States Coast Guard was founded in Newburyport. The rich cultural heritage of our city is apparent in the beautifully restored historic homes throughout the city. In the 1970's an urban renewal project transformed Newburyport's decaying downtown and waterfront buildings into a picturesque brick and cobblestone retail center with boutique stores and restaurants. Part of the restoration included an attractive waterfront park and boardwalk. Visitors and locals alike stroll along the boardwalk viewing the numerous sail boats that visit the city every day. Newburyport is connected to the public transportation system by the commuter rail system. The train from Newburyport to Boston takes approximately 40 minutes. For more information about Newburyport and its history please visit: http://www.newburyportchamber.org/history.shtml

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