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in 1640, the present day city of 52,000 has maintained characteristics of
hometowns throughout New England. Found within Haverhill is a revitalized
business district which, residents note, includes one of the finest Queen
Anne style industrial streetscapes in America. An established restaurant
district and a proliferation of specialty shops are all within walking
distance of each other, while surrounding neighborhoods reflect
interesting architectural diversity, displaying Victorian splendor,
blue-collar housing and early 20th century middle class avenues. These
residential neighborhoods display Haverhill's prominence in the shoe
industry as well as its wealth of ethnic heritage and tradition. A rural
village built around Bradford Common, a river-front area where
shipbuilding was carried on, is also part of the city's architectural
The city has a tremendous array of active and passive recreational
opportunities, such as four 18-hole golf courses, a down hill ski area,
two riding academies, a public skating rink and a sailing program. The
Merrimack River meanders through the city providing opportunities for
fishing, canoeing and sailing. A trail network along the river is under
construction to provide walking, jogging and bird watching opportunities.
Haverhill's residents invite visitors to come and watch the growing
population of bald eagles which seasonally inhabit the city along the
Northeastern Massachusetts on the Merrimack River. Bordered by Methuen on
the west, Groveland and Boxford on the south, West Newbury on the east,
Merrimac on the northeast, and the state of New Hampshire on the north.
Haverhill is 31 miles north of Boston; 31 miles from Manchester, New
Hampshire; and 250 miles from New York City.
Narrative compiled by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and
Community Development (DHCD).