http://www.DoloresPerson.com - Plum Island is a small barrier island just off the extreme northeast coast of Massachusetts and is part of Newbury, Newburyport, Rowley, and Ipswich. The residential part is mainly Newbury and Newburyport; you can tell which part is which by the color of the street signs; green for Newbury and blue for Newburyport. The island is named for the hundreds of beach-plum bushes growing everywhere. (The harvest is unpredictable from year to year, but the small plums make great jam or jelly )
The island is separated - barely - from the mainland by the Parker River; the northern tip is at the mouth of the Merrimac River. Most of Plum Island (the southern part) is the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, but the northern portion is densely settled with both year-round and seasonal residents.
Welcome home to this Reservation Terrace getaway. You'll enjoy panoramic beach and ocean views from this casually contemporary Plum Island home.
The great open kitchen and living area boasts cathedral ceilings and huge windows, along with a full balcony for taking in the wonderful views of the ocean and the incredible sunsets happening nightly outside your new home.
With two bedrooms, a cozy backyard and a two car garage, you're all set to enjoy this upcoming summer from your new beach home!
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