Learn more about homes in Salem, MA

Town of Salem

Known as the “Witch City” and the unofficial Halloween capital of the world, Salem, Massachusetts is famous (or infamous) for its 1692 witch trials, which resulted in the execution of 19 men and women on “Gallows Hill” for the crimes of witchcraft.

 

With more than 300 years separating modern Salem from its year of infamy, the North Shore city has embraced its notoriety for fun and profit. A life-size bronze statue of “Samantha,” the TV witch of the popular “Bewitched” series, graces Salem common, and official vehicles carry a witch’s hat logo. In the fall, the city becomes a Halloween Mecca for the entire month of October with its popular “Haunted Happenings” attracting more than 100,000 annual visitors.

 

If you’re making a day trip to Salem, you have many year-round attractions from which to choose. You can study the community’s thriving maritime history at the Peabody Essex Museum, or visit the House of Seven Gables, which was the setting for native son Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel of the same name. You can walk the cobblestone streets of Salem’s historic district, explore a colonial graveyard or embark on a 2-hour food-tasting tour of local eateries.

 

If you’re visiting in summer, take your choice of seven beautiful beaches or an evening dinner cruise on scenic Salem Harbor. You can spend a whole day at historic Salem Willows Park, which is home to centuries-old willow trees, green picnic areas, two public beaches, an 1866 carousel, a video arcade and several restaurants.

 

If your visit to Salem makes you want to stay longer, you may want to check out the housing options, which run the gamut from affordable apartments and condominiums to magnificent waterfront estates. Visit jackconway.com for all the options.

Salem Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 13 homes for sale in Salem, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
8% Multi Family, 8% Condo and 85% Other.

8% Multi Family
8% Condo
85% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 13
Average Home Size 1,646 ft² / 153 m²
Price Range ($325 - $2,250,000)

Weather in Salem

The average high temperatures in Salem range from 36 in January to 81 in July

Average home income in Salem

The average household income of a Salem resident is $77,532 with an average home value of $324,033

Population of Salem

Salem has 41,866 residents.

Home ownership in Salem

The average level of home ownership in Salem is 48%.

Education breakdown of Salem

Education levels of residents of Salem include: highschool 24%, associate 8%, bachelor 24%, graduate 16%.

Households in Salem

Salem has 18,023 homes, built on average 65 years ago.

Information from in and around Salem...

You are Viewing 1 to 13 of 13 homes for sale in Salem. These homes are comprised of Multi Family, Condo and Other. The average list price of these property results is 555,163. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Salem please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 13 homes for sale in Salem, MA are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Salem area. Member brokerages representing the 13 homes include J. Barrett & Company, LLC and William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance - CT.