By 1764, the port was so prosperous and densely settled that it broke off from Newbury to become Newburyport. Maritime trade fueled the city’s economy, sparking extraordinary building activity in the decades following the Revolution as evidenced by the stately and elegant Federal styles along High Street.
For additional information, including a calander of events and other recreational activities contact the Newburyport Chamber of Commerce.
Located on State Street actually started out as two houses. A colonial from the 1700’s was originally on the site and later a Federal home from High Street that was moved and added to the house. The Greenleaf Inn is one of Newburyport's true treasures.
The Inn at Stripers Grille has three complete one bedroom suites, perfect for families, extended stay business travelers or just for that perfect get away for two. Our other room accommodations are rooms with queen size beds, some with pullout sofas or rooms with 2 double beds.
Located on Plum Island, off the coast of Newburyport, Massachusetts, blue is situated in the dunes of one of the most beautiful beaches on the East Coast.
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