http://www.TracyMousseau.com - Located 32 miles north-northeast of Boston, Newbury Massachusetts is a town of approximately 7,000 residents. Newbury is also home to part of Plum Island and the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, established primarily to provide feeding, resting and nesting habitats for migratory birds. With over 4600 acres, it is a well known area for birders. Much of Newbury town land is made of marshes, and quite a bit of it is protected land. Located along the Atlantic Ocean, its perfectly situated to enjoy all that living in New England has to offer.
Livinston Lane, Newbury's first open space zoned development, encourages the preservation of open space and agricultural land, as well as preserving wildlife habitat. This new zoning will allow for much of this 50 acre parcel to remain undisturbed, and will provide the opportunity for residential walking trails and access to the surrounding Martin Burns Conservation Area.
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