44 Locust Street
44 Locust St
The condos on 44 Locust Street in Danvers in Essex County sit within a standalone residence. Constructed in 1900, this large house later underwent conversion into three condominium units in 2001. It sits along Locust Street not far from Danvers Square, at a point close to the intersection with Lindall Street. The building occupies a roughly rectangular tract, with the narrowest part of the property fronting Locust Street.
This street includes a number of residences. The 44 Locust Street property includes a pretty front garden and lawns extending along the sides of the building. A private driveway off Locust Street provides access to a basketball court and a graveled off-street parking area in the rear. The back one third of the tract includes a wooded natural area.
The three story tall Colonial-style building received a new asphalt and fiberglass shingle roof comparatively recently. It displays wood frame construction. A number of systems within this residential community underwent updating and modernization just a few years ago. The condo units here typically offer individual main level separate front doors. Residents enjoy a high degree of privacy in this small residential community.
The building maintains a classic white-colored exterior and a gray roof. Two large trees line the sidewalk outside this location. Residential properties sit on either side and across the street. Partial privacy fences run along either side of this development.
Comfortable Townhomes in a Quiet Location
The condominiums in this location offer a townhome-style design including three floors. At least one unit offers interior access to a private basement. Every unit in the building furnishes dedicated storage space. Many residents also enjoy deeded off-street parking.
Online sources indicate this self-managed condominium maintained an HOA fee of $250 in 2015. This fee includes city water and sewer service, master insurance, exterior maintenance services, and landscaping, as well as seasonal snow removal. The building offers in-unit laundry hook ups, as well as energy-efficient windows and doors, and storm doors.
This peaceful neighborhood stands not far from Danvers Square, within walking distance of some retail services. Highway access occurs nearby also, enabling residents of this location to commute easily to other parts of Danvers or into the Greater Boston Metropolitan Area via Interstate 95.
The local community provides a number of accessible amenities, including walking and jogging trails, conservation areas, a golf course, stables, and numerous shopping and dining options. Several local health and medical facilities conduct business within Danvers and its environs. Situated north of Boston, this Essex County community sits within easy driving range of both Atlantic Ocean beaches and several pristine Massachusetts state forests, making it an appealing tourist destination.
Residents of this small condominium community can reach public schools within a one mile radius. Danvers High School at 60 Cabot Road lies only 0.9 miles away. A public middle school and a public elementary school stand within 0.6 and 0.5 miles of this address.