Magnolia is a small village in Gloucester, Massachusetts, located on the Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts town line in the southwestern part of the city. Magnolia has its own library, restaurants, and shops. Another feature of Magnolia is its beach, which goes by the official name Gray Beach and is a part of Coolidge Reservation.
Gloucester is home to the oldest seaport in the United States. For years it has been, and continues to be, a destination for fishermen, artists, and vacationers. It sits between Ipswich Bay and Massachusetts Bay, and is bordered by Ipswich, Essex, and Manchester-by-the-Sea. Gloucester is made up of several areas, including Lanesville, Central, Annisquam, East Gloucester, West Gloucester, Magnolia, and others.
Gloucester offers residents the ability to enjoy the stunning 60-mile coastline and quiet lifestyle, yet it is only 50 minutes North of Boston. Hop on the commuter rail in Central Gloucester or drive on Route 128 or Route 1.
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