LandVest’s Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA listing makes Ocean Home magazine’s nationwide top 10 list.
Congratulations to 33 Proctor St., Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA – making this list is quite an honor!
In a world filled with remarkable oceanfront properties, we were thrilled to see 33 Proctor Street in Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA recognized for being among the very best in Ocean Home Magazine’s annual collection of the top 10 most exclusive ocean homes on the US market.
33 Proctor sits on 2+ acres, with 325 feet of water frontage and was designed by architect John Margolis. John spent 20 years turning Essex County into the affluent Gold Coast that it is today and has recently been lured to LA to lend his mastery to celebrities with large budgets. We suspect one of the many reasons the property was chosen was due to the rare deep-water dock set in the naturally protected Manchester Bay.
“33 Proctor Street, was an exceptional design collaboration to marry a spectacular historic harbor front site to the client’s vision for an enduring Arts & Crafts residence. Combining traditional elements including authentic fenestration, extensive wood paneling, Shingle Style detailing, pebble dash siding, and native stone, the overall design grounds the home as a permanent gatepost to the harbor.”
It may also have been selected for its thoughtful design, blending stately form with modern function; or the secret private pool right on the bay; or the fact that you can walk to the village for coffee or ice cream, or all of the above combined with a charming guest house for extended family or friends.
“The property is among the best of the best. The value of the deep water dock, the great home, the ability to walk to the village but be completely private, the schools – this property has it all and will be a great find for someone who wants every day to feel like a vacation.”
– Lanse Robb, listing broker
Chosen to be featured alongside listings in Naples, Maui, Pebble Beach, Kiawah Island and Coronado, we sense the world has discovered what locals have long known: Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA is one heck of a special place. It’s got everything one could ever want in a seaside community, with the added benefit of being approximately 30 miles from all that Boston has to offer.
There’s a reason movies are made here.