Housing for rent in Marblehead runs the gamut from single-unit homes to small apartment complexes. You'll want to give yourself plenty of time to look for rentals here, as vacancies tend to be tight. It'll be worth the time spent once you find your perfect home. Winter months offer more rental opportunities than summer, when short term rentals are highly coveted vacation spots.
Whether you need to find apartments, condo rentals or rental homes, there are many different properties available in this charming community.
Town Center: This neighborhood has a suburban feel, and is coastal, with many an ocean view. While primarily owner-occupied, you can find rentals too, in small apartment buildings and medium-sized single-unit homes.
West Town Landing: Urban in density, coastal and historic, this community has many homes built considerably earlier than 1939. You'll find single-unit residences and small apartment complexes here.
Clifton: Coastal and urban in population, there are large, medium-sized, and small single-unit homes in this neighborhood as well as apartment buildings. Less historic in nature than other parts of Marblehead, the area includes residents built primarily between 1940 and 1969.
Devereux Beach on Ocean Avenue offers over five acres of sand, picnic tables and a playground. It's also a renowned fireworks watching spot. The town annually puts on quite a July 4th extravaganza.
Marblehead is also known for boutique shops, fishing and sailing, fine dining and being mentioned in an episode of Boston-set "Cheers." Here you'll also find the beautiful green space of Castle Rock park, the historic Marblehead Light and the Pleon Yacht Club, the oldest junior yacht club in the nation. Wildlife your thing? Check out the Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary. Artistically inclined? Many residents are, and you'll enjoy visiting the Frost Folk Art Museum located in town.