Everett

Welcome to Everett, Massachusetts

Located just across the Mystic River north of Boston, what used to be known as South Malden became Everett, Massachusetts in 1870. Since then, the small city in Middlesex County has accumulated a population of almost 50,000, including a large population of immigrants from South & Central America and the Caribbean. Everett boasts huge sections of industrial waterfront which provide numerous jobs in shipping, storage, and production of metal, electronic, and chemical goods. Everett is described as a busy city with quiet neighborhoods, and provides its residents with a balanced mix of urban and suburban living.

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Everett, MA Housing Stats

In Everett, you’re likely to find large, multi-level family homes, most of which have a rich, storied past. Everett homes are generally less expensive than that of other Boston suburbs, which appeals to people looking for big city living without the big city price tag. Everett also has a large selection of rental properties, but buying could be a smart investment if you have the means: Home values in Everett are trending upward and have increased 10.5% over the last year. 

Number of Homes Sold: 21
Median time on market: 21 days
Median sales price: $611,000


Things to Do in Everett, MA

A highly diverse population in Everett makes for a highly diverse array of activities with something fun for every age group. There are parks and playgrounds aplenty, but Everett also houses Encore Boston Harbor, the most popular casino in Boston, as well as various ethnic restaurants and ample nightlife. Everett prides itself on offering ample opportunities for both work and pleasure to its diverse population of residents. 

Restaurants

Turkure Nepali Cuisine - Authentic Nepali food that offers in-person dining, takeout, and delivery
The Oliveira - Southeastern Brazilian food with sports bar feel that offers all-you-can-eat traditional Brazilian barbecue, Rodízio
Abbondanza Ristorante - Fine dining Italian and Seafood. Family owned and operated by Italian American couple Joseph and Eliana Abbondanza.
The Square Deli - A local favorite quick-eats stop for quality sandwiches, soups, and pasta

Attractions

Night Shift Brewing 
A hip, modern brewery that serves draft beers in their taproom and on their patio, which can be reserved for private events and often hosts live music and food trucks.
Revolution Axe Throwing
An increasingly popular activity among people of all ages, axe throwing provides an exciting and safe night of fun for your group. Revolution Axe Throwing invites you to “throw it back to a simpler time and find out which of your friends would cut it in the Revolution”. 
Encore Boston Harbor Resort 
The Five-Star resort and casino that provides an array of luxury services and is responsible for drawing consistent crowds to Everett throughout the year. 

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Schools

There are ten public schools in the city of Everett with a total enrollment of about 7,000 students in grades pre-K through high school. Everett school district ranks in the top 1% of Massachusetts schools for diversity, with a student to teacher ratio of 12:1. Minority enrollment comprises 82% of the student body, with the majority of these students being of Hispanic origin. The Webster School and George Keverian School are the top-rated places for K-8, and Everett High, the largest school in the district, is the most popular choice for 9-12. 

Commute
To Downtown Boston:
Distance: 4.5 miles via MA-99 S
Public Transportation: 26 minutes
Drive: 18 minutes
Rush Hour Drive: up to 40 minutes
Average Commute Time: 36.2 minutes

To Logan Airport:
Distance: 5.8 miles via MA-16 E/Revere Beach Pkwy and MA-1A S
Drive: 15 min
Public Transportation: 53min
 

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