Communities - South Shore

South Shore of Boston, MA is a showcase of beautiful homes and scenery.
Facilities for sailing, boating, beaching, nature areas, and wonderful restaurants.

New England look and feel with beautiful picturesque views. Historical buildings and landmarks in between the specialty shops and restaurants.

Cohasset is a beautiful and unique coastal town filled with history and historical sites with endless seaside views.

When Captain John Smith discovered “Quonahasset” in 1614, he described it as a “paradise of all these parts.”. It has remained so for more than three centuries. As a classic unspoiled New England village, Cohasset has been chosen as the setting for several movies and commercials. Approximately 9 square miles and population of 8,000 residents. A short distance to Boston with a variety of modes of transportation from Commuter Rail to Commuter Boat.

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Borderline by the Atlantic Ocean and Hull on the North. Hingham prides itself on maintaining its historic integrity. Filled with Country Clubs, Parks, 500 acres of trails, Harbor with breathtaking views of Boston. Hingham covers and area of approximately 22 square miles and is 15 miles south of Boston.

With 21 miles of shoreline. Population: 22,394 (2010)
First settlers, Hingham, Norfolk, England Incorporated in 1635

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Scituate is a seacoast town midway between Boston and Plymouth. Founded in 1636 by colonists from Plymouth and immigrants from the County of Kent England.

The name Scituate derived from Satuit, the Wampanoag term for cold brook, which refers to a brook that runs to the inner harbor at Cole Parkway and the bottom of Front Street in Scituate Harbor Village.

It has evolved to a sought after seaside suburban community. Approx 18,000 year round residents; population almost doubles summer residents and visitors where many seasonal activities ensue.

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Hull is the smallest town by land area in Plymouth County, the fourth smallest in the state. Hull has been the summer home to many leaders throughout history including Calvin Coolidge, former Boston mayor John F. Fitzgerald, father of Rose Kennedy and father-in-law of Joseph Kennedy, Sr.

Islands connected by sandbars forming Nantasket Peninsula, established a trading post in 1621 for trade with the Wampanoags. The town was first settled in 1622 and officially incorporated in 1644.

The town has a total area of 26.9 square miles. Hull is filled with homes with breathtaking views of the Ocean and the Boston Skyline.

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