Directions

FROM I-95/128 N
  • 1) Take Salem, Rte. 114 East exit.
  • 2) Follow 114-E thru Salem.
  • 3) The first landmark is the stoplight at Salem State College.
  • 4) 5 stoplights after Salem State College, take a right onto Ocean Avenue. A fire station is on your right at stoplight.
  • 5) Go thru 1 set of lights and over the causeway.
  • 7) At end of causeway, bear right staying on Ocean Avenue. Travel 1 1/4 miles.
  • 8) You will come to small rotary - do not go around rotary - bear right of rotary.
  • 9) The road bears around to the right, slow down, immediately on the left is a large yellow house with a yellow barn and yellow fire hydrant. This is Corinthian Lane. Take a left and stop.
  • 10) A Lady Winette Cottage is second house on right, set back from the road.It is white with blue shutters - 3 Corinthian Lane.
FROM BOSTON:
  • 1) Route 1A to Route 129 Swampscott into Marblehead onto Atlantic Avenue.
  • 2) At Ocean Avenue stoplight, take a right.
  • 3) Go thru 1 set of lights and over the causeway.
  • 4) At end of causeway, bear right staying on Ocean Avenue. Travel 1 1/4 miles
  • 5) You will come to small rotary - do not go around rotary - bear right of rotary.
  • 6) The road bears around to the right, slow down, immediately on the left is a large yellow house
  • with a yellow barn and yellow fire hydrant. This is Corinthian Lane. Take a left and stop.
  • 7) A Lady Winette Cottage is second house on right, set back from the road.
  • It is white with blue shutters - 3 Corinthian Lane.

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