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Welcome to Alarm New England's business and home security page for Marblehead, Massachusetts. This informational page provides important crime data along with additional information for those living in or considering moving to Marblehead. Home security is an important element in choosing the right home for you and your family.
Number of Households: 8,036
ZIP Codes: 01945
Marblehead is an ideal getaway destination, recently called “New England’s best kept seaside secret” by Vogue Magazine. Only 30 minutes north of Boston, Marblehead boasts all the scenic beauty of the rugged and rocky New England coast without the crowds of Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard. Its importance as a colonial fishing port is apparent in the well-preserved architecture of Old Town, which offers excellent strolling and window-shopping opportunities.
Lighthouse enthusiasts will appreciate the Marblehead Lighthouse at the tip of the peninsula here, an unusual construction with spindly legs and a unique design, quite different from the traditional white tower. The iron tower, completed in 1896, cost considerably less to build than a traditional brick construction and was the first of its kind in New England. It was used for military purposes during World War II and turned into a public park in 1947. The lighthouse still functions and is maintained by the Coast Guard. Nearby, Devereaux Beach features picturesque views and amenities for leisurely beach picnics, while King’s Beach offers active recreation opportunities.
The climb to Old Burial Hill rewards visitors with sweeping views of the harbor and beautifully carved historic gravestones dating back to the 1630s. Taphophiles can decipher the moss-covered headstones and admire the funeral art. From here, on a clear day, those interested in the darker side of history can even catch a glimpse of Salem.
Marblehead itself is a bit of a celebrity, having featured prominently in literature and pop culture and served as the setting in many films and novels. Novelists Joan Thompson and Ben Sherwood have set their stories here, and the writer H. P. Lovecraft drew inspiration from Marblehead, using it as a basis for Kingsport, a fictional community that plays an important role in several of his works as the home of his autobiographical protagonist Randolph Carter. He described his experience visiting Marblehead as “the high tide” of his life, a place where he felt the full weight of the history of New and Old England manifest itself to him in one moment.
Marblehead also hosts a film industry of its own due to its classic New England charm, well-preserved old town, and stunning landscapes. Movies shot here include Hocus Pocus, The Witches of Eastwick, and more. It’s also referenced in Boston-based TV shows like the long-running sitcom Cheers and The Handmaid’s Tale, an acclaimed drama based on Margaret Atwood’s famous dystopian novel.
Town website: https://www.marblehead.org/
Information on the Marblehead Lighthouse: http://lighthousefriends.com/light.asp?ID=482
Boston Yacht Club: https://www.bostonyc.org