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About Hull, MA.

Hull, MA

Located in Plymouth County, Hull, Massachusetts is a smaller community of about 11,000 residents. Settled in 1622, Hull real estate places buyers in a traditional maritime community. In particular, Hull is notable for its geography. The town is a basic peninsula jutting into the waters of Hingham Bay and Massachusetts Bay. The town also contains seven distinct hills and verdant scenery that fits the picture of a New England seaside town.

When looking at Hull homes for sale or Hull condos for sale, you can’t forget Hull’s connection to the sea, especially in the area of maritime safety. In 1889, the Port Allerton U.S. Lifesaving Station opened as Hull boathouses came to accommodate boats and lifeboats. Today, Hull’s life-saving reputation is memorialized in the Hull Lifesaving Museum whose exhibits include bits of town history and features of the most famous rescues made off of the Nantasket Peninsula.

While Hull lots for sale and other residential properties put you in a quiet seaside community, the heart of Boston is less than an hour away. If you’re looking at Hull specifically for its small town charm, you might also want to explore homes in nearby Hingham and Cohasset.

Due to Hull’s smaller size, the Hull Public School District is self-contained with three schools serving about 1,000 students in grades K through 12. Although the town and the school district are small, real estate in Hull allows you to experience a greater of recreational activities than those found in bigger Massachusetts towns. In addition to typical sports programs, Hull’s seaside location gives families the chance to set sail or catch a wave with groups such as Hull’s local sailing club. If you’re looking for a small community with unique opportunities, then you’ll enjoy the voyage of browsing Hull real estate.
 
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