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Avedisian grows and offers all types of plants and specializes in Lantana.
When owner Deo Braga opened the Azorean Restaurant & Bar, he was determined to bring the distinctive cuisine and warm ambience of his native Azores to New England's Cape Ann.
Located on Route 127, just north of the Village area, this is more of an explorer's beach than a swimming beach.
The Baker-Sutton House was built in 1725 and displays late First Period to Second Period Georgian architectural elements.
Every day, thousands of people unknowingly pass by this incredible piece of American history. "The Balch House is considered the oldest standing timber-framed house in North America," said Dr.
Bald Hill East is one of Essex County's best assemblages of rich forestland, diverse wetlands, and associated biological diversity, which change by season.
Originally a private home in the 18th century Georgian style much enlarged in the 1890s for use as a summer hotel, the former Mighill house/Baldpate Inn is easily the largest and most rambling...
Barker's Farm is a designated Bicentennial Farm that was established in 1642 and has been run by 10 generations of the Barker family.
This bicentennial farm began in 1657. The 10th generation is presently operating the farm, selling a full line of fruits and vegetables at the farm. They also sell wholesale.