On October 29, 2007, the City Council adopted an ordinance establishing the Fruit Street Historic District, Newburyport’s first local historic district. Meetings are held the second Thursdays of the month at 7pm in the second floor small conference room at City Hall.
To learn more about the history of the street and its homes, click here for an introduction, then click on each of the images below:
|1 Fruit Street||2-4 Fruit Street||3 Fruit Street|
|5 Fruit Street||6-8 Fruit Street||7 Fruit Street|
|9 Fruit Street||10-12 Fruit Street||14 Fruit Street|
|15 Fruit Street||16-18 Fruit Street||20 Fruit Street|
|24 Prospect Street||96 High Street||98 High Street|