The South Coast Real Estate Round-Up



There have been a lot of big and exciting things happening in Fall River recently, so we are doing a Fall River Series to highlight the best parts of this Southcoast city! 

The first post in this series will focus on arguably the most beautiful part of our city: The Waterfront. The Fall River Waterfront is home to many attractions including the USS Massachusetts at Battleship Cove, a few waterfront restaurants that always have a crowd on summer nights, and the new luxury apartments at Commonwealth Landing. 

The Battleship Cove is a Naval and Maritime Museum that is both an educational and fascinating way to spend a day. Kids love exploring the ship and learning how men and women used to protect our country from the decks of the massive ship. The Battleship is not only a museum though, they also host events on weekends that the entire family can enjoy. From watching 4th of July Fireworks on the deck of a navy ship, to fundraising events and parties the ship transforms into one of the most luxurious places to spend an evening. 

If a night on the Battleship isn't for you, then maybe a night with friends at one of the waterfront restaurants will be! The Cove Restaurant is one of the most finest restaurants in Fall River, with fancy drinks and a dress code. Inside the restaurant your table will perfectly be set with a white table cloth and wine glasses. For a more relaxed evening, go around back and ask to be seated on their back deck. The back deck has a live band every weekend and a bar with all kinds of drinks. 

Another fantastic place to spend a Friday night in the summer is the Tipsy Seagull. The Tipsy Seagull, and sister restaurant Tipsy Topoggan, are themed bars located on the Waterfront. Grab a drink at the nautical themed bar, or an appetizer inside the cozy cabin! 

Another exciting addition to the waterfront is the new Commonwealth Landing. The luxury building has expansive and newly renovated apartments. The top floors of the building have one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments. While the bottom floors are home to Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar, Clique Lounge, Brian Fox studio as well as offices, classrooms, a salon and an exercise facility fill the lower floors.

These apartments are sought after because of all of the amazing new things coming to this part of Fall River. From the comfort of their homes, the new residents could watch the Fall River Grand Prix as the super boats raced down the river. The Grand Prix took place August 26 and 27, and saw more than 10,000 people on both sea and land.

The Fall River Waterfront is quickly becoming the "it" place to spend a summer night, and we excited to see what else the area has in store! 
Posted by Christopher Terry on September 8th, 2017 8:33 AM

Archives:

My Favorite Blogs:

Sites That Link to This Blog:


English French German Portuguese Spanish