Sunday, September 25, 2011

Video of 202 Lilac Meadows Way | Ipswich, Massachusetts condos and homes - The New England coastal community of Ipswich, Massachusetts has a population of approximately 13,000 residents. Of the 33 square  miles of uplands, forests, rolling hills, farmlands and equestrian  properties, approximately 5000 acres are sweeping landscapes of salt  marsh. Many of its treasured areas are designated as "Open Space" to  preserve its natural beauty. Located only minutes from the New  Hampshire boarder and the state's capital of Boston, Ipswich has a  thriving tourism trade enriched by its preserved history, natural  resources, beaches, and lively downtown. Ipswich is known for its historic significance by having more first period  homes than any other town in the Nation. It has been voted "Best This  Old House Neighborhood" in 2011 in the North East because of it's  concentration of 1st Period Homes, Award Winning School system,  Outdoor activities, Walkability, Easy Commute, and Family Friendly  Atmosphere.

Lilac Meadows Way is situated in a quiet Condominium Community  located just on the outskirts of downtown Ipswich. Conveniently located  within walking distance of Shaw's Supermarket, local restaurants and  Ipswich High School. This close knit community has the advantage of being only 4 miles from   US Route 1 making commutes to the Boston area and areas north  convenient. The MBTA commuter rail travels from Newburyport  through Ipswich and continues to the city of Boston regularly throughout  the day. This home features over 1400 sq feet, 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths  with a convenient laundry area on the first floor. A low association fee of  approximately $200 dollars a month makes this well managed  condominium affordable. With some restrictions, a family pet is  encouraged here at Lilac Meadows Way....a rare opportunity for a condo  owner and animal lover.

Ipswich High School has received a number of state and national awards including the Compass Award and the Vanguard Award.... And has been designated as a National Blue Ribbon School by the United State Department of Education.   Another reason many families choose to reside in Ipswich for the public school system is because of the Music Program coupled with IMADA, the Ipswich Music, Arts & Drama Association, a non-profit volunteer organization committed to supporting and enhancing the fine arts program in the Middle and High Schools.  Activities include awarding college scholarships and student summer grants, as well as funding many other fine arts projects in the schools as well as annual trips abroad showcasing the local student talent.

Ipswich's award winning school system, breath-taking  Conservation lands, historic significance and small town feel are vital to  its charm and appeal and is something that the people of Ipswich  take great pride in.  Its recreational opportunities, like hiking, biking,  horse back riding, snow shoeing and cross country skiing provide year  round enjoyment. Awarded best beach in Massachusetts by,  and named in the top ten family beaches in the nation by National  Geographic; Cranes Beach provides ample bird watching, fishing,  boating, and swimming, with the rolling greens of the Crane Estate to  accent its beauty. We invite you to visit Lilac Meadows Way and  experience the wonderful community of Ipswich, Massachusetts.

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