Pink House

The Pink House is an iconic landmark. She sits as the only structure in the marshland stretching to the horizon under an endless sky. Highlighting the beauty of her natural setting, the Pink House intrigues and inspires all who see her: Photographers, painters, writers, birders, cyclists, boaters and beach-goers. Built in 1925, the house has a rich and fascinating history, which has sparked the urban legend of being a “spite house.” Support the Pink House is a grass roots community-wide movement formed to save her.

Address

60 Plum Island Turnpike Newbury, MA 1951

Driving Directions

Notes & Advisories

Categories

  • Cultural Resources
  • Great Marsh
  • Historic Resources
  • Wildlife Viewing

Accessibility

  • Appropriate for all ages