Revere is a mere 6 miles NE of Boston and proud to be the home to the 1st Public Beach in America! The beach is still the hub of the City and remains very vibrant today. There’s a vast & beautiful sandy beach that stretches 4.5 miles from end to end, and offers updated beach houses, bathrooms and pavilions that dot the entire boardwalk. You’ll see high-rise Condo buildings at a surprisingly affordable price for beach-front living within view of Boston. It offers a number of varied dining options, including the locally famous Kelly’s Roast Beef that has been been a classic seafood stand since the 1950’s.. Revere Beach hosts the New England Sand Sculpting Festival, which has taken place at Revere Beach each July since 2004 and attracts world famous sand sculptors. Public transportation includes extensive bus routes and 3 Blue Line T- Stops, Beachmont Station, Revere Beach and Wonderland. It’s also got great access to Rt 1. Their High School has been voted the #1 Urban High School in America more than once, and they have a number of new schools including the Rumney Marsh Middle School. Belle Isle Marsh Reservation to the south is an urban nature preserve and public recreation area protecting 188 acres of the 241-acre Belle Isle Marsh and Rumney Marsh Reservation to the north is a Massachusetts state park occupying over 600 acres in the town of Saugus and city of Revere.
*Rankings out of 125 Districts within the Rt 495 belt of Greater Boston per Boston Magazine