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Popular Georgetown Apartments
Georgetown, Massachusetts, 01833
1 Bedroom$1,410 - $1,555
2 Bedrooms$1,650 - $1,940
Wilmington, Massachusetts, 01887
1 Bedroom$1,745 - $1,865
2 Bedrooms$1,800 - $1,980
3 Bedrooms$1,839 - $1,925
Danvers, Massachusetts, 01923
1 Bedroom$1,350 - $1,515
2 Bedrooms$1,596 - $1,980
3 Bedrooms$1,765 - $1,965
North Andover, Massachusetts, 01845
2 Bedrooms$1,198 - $2,769
3 Bedrooms$1,695 - $3,686
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Georgetown apartments are expertly laid out near city points of interest and appealing during all four seasons - it doesn't matter what price range you are looking in, Georgetown has the perfect new apartment for you. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Georgetown, your new city!
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By George(town), I Think They've Got It!
Georgetown, Massachusetts, a town of less than 10,000 people, is a far-northern suburb of Boston. In fact, it’s so far away that Boston's subway doesn't reach it. If you’re commuting into the city, it looks like you’ll have to drive.
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Georgetown's Apartments and Your Pocketbook: A Match Made in Essex County
You'll neither sweat nor fret over finding an apartment to call your own in Georgetown. This town is home to an abundance of rentals as diverse as the colors that splash New England's trees in the fall. And the leafy foliage, creeks, and springs that careen through the area give many of these units superb views. Just how much can you expect to pay for an apartment here? Take a look at the rent chart and you’ll be able to see the average rates on one, two, and three bedroom apartments. If you’re ready to find your dream apartment right now, get moving on your rental reconnaissance by clicking on the units listed below. Want to learn more about life in Georgetown? Read on!
Ye Olde Towne George
When the residents of Colonial Massachusetts decided to venture past their homes on the banks of the Merrimac River, the tiny settlement at Georgetown quickly grew into a full-fledged community. We can thank Rev. Ezekial Rogers from Rowley, England, for creating the foundation of this town. Though it wasn’t until 1838 that the town was finally incorporated, his work and the work of many residents for hundreds of years, helped make Georgetown the fantastic place it is today.
Since the mid-1800s, the population of Georgetown has been steadily rising. One thing that is certainly not on the up and up is the city's poverty rate, which stands at a diminutive 4%. With a median income well over 70,000, we can be sure that Georgetown is well-cared for by the people who live here.
The Day the Lights Went Out
In 1912, the lights went out. Well, the gas lights, anyway, because this was the year that the town adopted electricity. Soon after, gas pipelines and a modern sewer system were also installed in the town, much to the delight of pretty much everyone. Except for the professional gas lamp lighters, who were now out of a job.
Having a Good Time in Georgetown
One place in Georgetown that you won’t want to miss is the Brocklebank Museum, which is housed in a building from the 1600s. This museum is rich with local history. In it, you can find all kinds of miscellaneous artifacts and antique trinkets, including fantastic metal chests and even an old slave collar (retained by some fervent abolitionists as a testimony to their desire to get rid of the horrible things once and for all).
You can always find something fun to do around these parts, especially if you're willing to make the short trek down to Beantown. Boston has at least 25 free things to do. We're certain there are many more than that, but all of these 25 are ridiculously fun. (Feeding ducks in the park does not make the list.) You can take in a performance at Harvard University Square, visit Bunker Hill, check out the abundant bookstores, and even take a tour of beer maker Sam Adams' Jamaica Plains brewery.
When you finally get to Georgetown, see if you can't track down the former home of famous American author, John Updike. He apparently drew his inspiration (and his income) from his Georgetown environs. We hope you will too.
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Why should I move to Georgetown?
With a population of about 8,000, Georgetown is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts. As a small town close to the ocean and ample state forest land, Georgetown is a great place for those that are looking for a peaceful community with a low population density. Its proximity to Boston, which is located 40 minutes south of Georgetown, also makes it ideal for those that need to commute into the city for work, especially since it lies close to the Haverhill Line of the MBTA's commuter rail. For families with school-age children, Georgetown also boasts an excellent public education system.