Amesbury MA

JUST LISTED by 1° North- 2 Westminster Avenue, Amesbury- $400,000

JUST LISTED by 1° North- 2 Westminster Avenue, Amesbury, MA- $400,000- Single level living at it's best! Commuter's take note, this sunny and cheery Ranch home is set in an ideal location- quick access to major commuter routes (495 & 95) downtown Amesbury, Salisbury beach, and New Hampshire. The main level offers a generous living room and flows into the open concept kitchen/dining room, all with hardwoods and crown molding. The fully applianced kitchen has stainless appliances, a breakfast bar, and a handy side door that accesses the driveway. A nicely updated full bath, 2 good sized bedrooms, and laundry round out the main level. The finished versatile lower level lends it's self to many options with a huge family room, bedroom, and full bath- think incredible guest space, teen suite, home office, or playroom. Enjoy entertaining and hosting in the fenced backyard with inground pool, patio area, and gazebo. This sweet home is ready for its new owners!

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JUST LISTED by Jacqueline Buia- 21 Clarks Road, #302, Amesbury, MA- $229,900

JUST LISTED by Jacqueline Buia- 21 Clarks Road, #302, Amesbury, MA- $229,900- Top floor corner unit available at Birchwood Pointe! This 2 bedroom unit has been well maintained and has a nice view overlooking the pool. The unit features an eat-in kitchen, formal dining area, living room, 2 bedrooms, and 1 full bath. Large master bedroom with 2 closets, and new kitchen flooring & dishwasher in 2020. CONDO FEE INCLUDES HEAT & HOT WATER! The unit comes with 1 deeded parking spot and additional storage. Washer/dryer in building Conveniently located to I-495, shopping, and the Salisbury & Hampton Beaches. 

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JUST LISTED by Phil Bowler- 110 Elm Street, Amesbury- $499,900

JUST LISTED by Phil Bowler- 110 Elm Street, Amesbury, MA- $499,900- Excellent opportunity for an owner occupant or investor to purchase this 2-family located so close to the heart of downtown Amesbury. Each unit has its own entrance, driveway, separate utilities, and laundry in the basement. The first floor has a nice entry/mudroom, a large kitchen with a peninsula, an extra-large sun-filled living room, 2 beds, and a bath and a half. The second floor has a nice sunroom/dining room that's open to the kitchen, a large living room, 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath, and access to the attic for additional storage. There are mixed old wide pine and hardwood floors throughout and some built-ins. replacement windows throughout, and updated furnaces. The rail trail and restaurants are just steps away. This is great for an investor or someone looking to have help with their mortgage while owning a home. Cute yard space shared but can easily be separated.

SOLD by Byron J. Lane, 1° North- 20 Warren Avenue, Amesbury, MA- $518,000

SOLD by 1° North- 20 Warren Avenue, Amesbury, MA- $518,000- In just 2 days of Listing Agent Byron Lane offering this beautiful home for sale, his Sellers received multiple offers and sold their home for $18,000 over asking! Whether Buying or Selling in the Greater Newburyport area, Byron is here to guide you to real estate success so call/text 978-490-5412 today!

This meticulously cared for home is not to be passed by at this value. Three bedrooms and 2.5 baths in this Colonial style home that has finished third-floor space that acts as a second living area and another bedroom/office. Two car garage under on just shy of a half-acre lot with newer systems including central air that was added 4 years ago. Open kitchen and eat-in dining area with access to the spacious deck and yard with Reeds Ferry Shed. Gas fireplace in the large family room off of the kitchen. This home has a great flow and layout. The Master bedroom features an en-suite bath as well as a walk-in closet.

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JUST LISTED by Jacqueline Buia- 25 Clarks Road, #301, Amesbury, MA- $199,000

JUST LISTED by Jacqueline Buia- 25 Clarks Road, #301, Amesbury, MA- $199,000-  Fantastic opportunity to own a top floor corner unit at Birchwood Pointe! This professionally managed complex is meticulously maintained, and features a swimming pool & clubhouse, landscaped grounds, and on-site management! CONDO FEE INCLUDES HEAT & HOT WATER! The condo is mostly updated throughout and has been immaculately maintained. Open concept layout with kitchen open to the living room. Newer wide plank engineered hardwood flooring with gunstock finish throughout the entire unit and fresh paint. Updated bathroom with attractive porcelain floor tiling in a herringbone pattern and subway tile in the shower. The unit comes with 1 deeded parking spot and additional attic storage. Washer/dryer in building. Conveniently located to I-495, shopping, and the Salisbury & Hampton Beaches.

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JUST LISTED by 1° North- 20 Warren Avenue, Amesbury- $500,000

JUST LISTED by 1° North- 20 Warren Avenue, Amesbury, MA- $500,000- This meticulously cared for home is not to be passed by at this value. Three bedrooms and 2.5 baths in this Colonial style home that has finished third-floor space that acts as a second living area and another bedroom/office. Two car garage under on just shy of a half-acre lot with newer systems including central air that was added 4 years ago. Open kitchen and eat-in dining area with access to the spacious deck and yard with Reeds Ferry Shed. Gas fireplace in the large family room off of the kitchen. This home has a great flow and layout. The Master bedroom features an en-suite bath as well as a walk-in closet.

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March 31, 2020, The Daily News- Newburyport man buys thousands of masks for hospitals, first responders

March 31, 2020, The Daily News- Newburyport man buys thousands of masks for hospitals, first responders

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NEWBURYPORT – The first shipment of 2,000 protective masks arrived at the Hart Road home of Ward 6 city councilor and real estate agent Byron Lane about noon Monday and by later in the afternoon, they were already being given to hospitals and first responders.

Another 2,000 KN95 masks, the Chinese equivalent of the much-sought-after N95 masks, are expected to arrive at Lane’s home in the days to follow.

The masks’ arrival marked the end of a lengthy process that began more than a week ago and saw Lane work through a New Jersey-based company that he said employs a friend.

“It was a challenge” to get the masks delivered, Lane said.

Part of the problem was that the federal Food and Drug Administration has not approved the Chinese version of the masks for sale or distribution in the U.S. That has made hospitals across the country hesitant to accept donations out of concern they could be held legally liable, according to published reports.

Lane said most of the masks will be donated to nurses across the state along with ambulance providers, doctors and Anna Jaques Hospital in Newburyport. Fifty masks will be heading to fire departments in Newburyport, Amesbury, Newbury, Salisbury, and West Newbury.

“Everything we can do to cover who needs them,” Lane said.

In an emailed statement Monday, Mary Williamson, executive director of the Anna Jaques Community Health Foundation, said the hospital is “grateful to so many individuals, businesses and community based ‘go-fund-me’ initiatives that have stepped forward to support health care workers and first responders who are putting patient needs first in our first against the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Lane said he spent $16,500 upfront for the masks, but after putting the word out on social media and other sources, he collected enough donations to cover his purchases.

The idea to track down and distribute the masks came from two sources, the first being his mother — a nurse for 42 years at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. The second came from the many calls he received from other nurses who said there was a desperate need for masks.

“It kind of hit home,” Lane said. “I sell houses, but there’s not a lot of that going on so I kind of took this on.”