Rte 114 Sunoco 140 Andover St, Danvers, MA01923 Located just off Andover Street, this Sunoco station has conveniently wide entrances and exits that make it easy to get…More in, gas up and get out quickly. There's a small convenience store that sells ice, Lotto tickets, Keno, snacks, drinks and more. In addition, a AAA-certified service center is attached for full auto repairs.
Garrett Auctioneers 76 High St, Danvers, MA01923 This auction company specializes in real estate and antique car auctions, as well as mortgage…More foreclosures. Garrett's agents pride themselves on getting the most value out of their clients' properties with a six-step process and tireless work. Visit the company's Web site for more information about the latest auctions.
Ira Mazda 99 Andover St, Danvers, MA01923 Ira Mazda is among one of the several branches of Ira Motor Group located on Route 114. In addition to its convenient…More location, Ira Mazda offers a trade-in appraisal feature on its website where you can also get information on special offers available before coming down to check out the new and used inventory. In addition to sales, this location provides full-service car maintenance and repair. Its award-winning collision center is a state-of-the-art facility providing a full range of body work from straightening to paint refinishing.
The Clark School for Creative Learning is a private K-12 co-ed school catering to students who demonstratve advanced…More intellectual, creative or leadership abilities. The school prides itself on offering a multi-age environment in the classroom and in other learning activities that is diverse and focused to each student's learning style. Classes run both in peer-based and skill-based groups, covering everything from spelling and science to Shakespeare and community outreach. Class sizes also do not exceed 15 students. It is the sixth such school started by the Clark family and it graduated its first high school student in 2009, four years after the addition of a high school.
Students get to experience an authentic rustic setting at the old farm. The main farmhouse, which contains three classrooms, was originally built by Joseph Porter in 1665. The property was then later acquired by Connors Farm and sold to the Clark School in 1978. The school added another barn in 2002 and again in 2007. There's a playground out front and the property is surrounded by marsh and meadow.