Patty Knaggs
Patty Knaggs & Heather Numerosi
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Patty Knaggs, ABR
RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate

224 Washington Street
Gloucester, MA 01930

978.290.1407 - cell
978.882.4511 - fax

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Essex MA Real Estate

Essex MA is one of the quaint towns that comprises Cape Ann.  Once a ship building town, Essex has now turned into one of the capital antique towns in the United States.  The town itself boasts it has more antique stores per square mile than any other town or city in America.  Along with antiques many people visit the town for its seafood.  Essex has laid claim to being the town where fried clams were invented.  

Many people make Essex their home due to the New England Charm it has to offer.  A quiet and small town with great restaurants Essex has become a popular sport for families to move to.  Essex shares the school system with neighboring Manchester, and the regional school is known as one of the best in the state.  Many house hunters, seek to live in the Chebacco Lake area or Conomo Point.


Chebacco Lake provides water views for its residents as well as the ability to enjoy the lake with their boats and other water vehicles.  The lake environment, provides residents the feeling of a lake house retreat while being less than 30 miles from Boston. 

Conomo is a summer community that is over 100 years old. There are over 100 seasonal

cottages and year-round homes on Conomo Point. The point itself is town-leased land.

Waterfront at Chebacco Lake. This open living space invites the views into the kitchen, dining, living room and study. The dancing lake light glows on the wood floors throughout this two bedroom plus study home.The updated bath features radiant heat. Outside, the westerly facing deck, which gracefully wraps itself around a tree, provides living/eating space and panoramic Chebacco lake views. Equiped with a private float, this serene lakeside home lives in harmony with nature.

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