Hull, Massachusetts

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.

Nantasket Beach:
Life Saving Museum:
Commuter Boat to Boston and Islands: