Newburyport, It’s a Lifestyle.

Newburyport Real Estate

Surrounded by Federal estates with the richest of history and Capes with breathtaking water views, Newburyport real estate and architecture make this coastal New England town part museum, part nautical adventure.

And because we understand buying a home is one of the most important decisions a family will make in their life, we’ve called upon                     Boston’s North Shore Real Estate Experts to guide you throughout the process.

REAL Estate Talk Boston

Insider information on Boston area real estate with host Chris Devin and North Shore Power Player Robert Bentley.

Listen to Robert share more about the Newburyport lifestyle on Real Estate Talk Boston featured on

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Named #1 Real Estate Agent in Greater Newburyport by, Robert Bentley understands Newburyport and what our city has to offer.

“Newburyport is a great small city, with fantastic restaurants and shops, easily accessible to everything and everywhere.”

As the #1 Real Estate Agent in the market for four consecutive years, Robert is a top-notch resource for buying and selling luxury homes in Greater Newburyport, Cape Ann, Portsmouth and Boston Proper. View Robert Bentley’s Listings on

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Welcome Home

Crossing into the borders of Newburyport is like entering into a beautiful sand globe. A place where everyone knows your name, it’s commonplace to leave your worries behind.

With Plum Island Beach two miles from the center of downtown Newburyport, two national parks, and hundreds of small shops and premiere coastal restaurants, living in Newburyport is more like Living on Vacation.

Newburyport historic homes are truly Picturesque.

Listed among the National Register of Historic Places since 1984, the Newburyport Historic District features classic architecture with pronounced 19th Century aesthetics.

From the Clark Currier Inn Colonial Revival and refined Federal architecture of the Cushing House Museum, to the noble Queen Anne estates along High Street, in Newburyport you can retreat, visit or live in preserved distinction.

Serious growth while preserving nature.

Throughout the years, and thanks to many loyal supporters, Newburyport has experienced a major revival.

Newburyport’s Waterfront Park offers an enhanced waterfront experience for boaters and boat watchers alike, while the Newburyport Clipper City Rail Trail provides a beautiful walk through nature and art from the Commuter Rail to the Newburyport Harbor.

Now bring the outdoors in by defining your decorating style.

Newburyport is a coastal town full of charming boutiques, antique shops and art galleries perfect for finding that special something.

From beach escapes with flowing white curtains and turquoise sea glass, to the historic glamour of Great Gatsby-like crown molding and sweeping staircases. Discovering your home’s personality is an adventure in Newburyport.

Things to Do

Top-rated attractions, National Parks and historic tours are among the many things to do in Newburyport.
fall family farms, Macaroni Kid, Newburyport

It’s Fall! Family Farms Offer Bushels of Fun for All Ages

Each fall, family farms all over New England invite us to come celebrate the harvest, hosting festivals and events throughout the season. The trend toward recreation, education, and outreach among America’s working farms makes fall the ideal time to show kids what “farm to table” is all about. Fall on the family farm is a […]

Plum Island Airport Managed by Plum Island Aerodrome

Do you know about the impressive history of the Plum Island Airport in Newbury? Many advances in aviation occurred on Plum Island. The first flying field in New England was built on Plum Island. The original runway over the sand dunes and marshes was made of wood!

Plum Island Beach, Newburyport

Plum Island Beach

PI beach is family-friendly sand, surf and sun 35 miles north of Boston, and a bike ride from downtown Newburyport.

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