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789 Apartments for rent in Hull, MA

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The Estates
1 Avalon Dr
Hull, MA | The Estates
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,755
1176 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:19 PM
Near Weir River Estuary Park, Route 3, and I-95. Recently renovated community with fireplaces, lots of storage and updated appliances. Pool, playground, gym and hot tub available.
Results within 5 miles of Hull
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24 Units Available
The Point North Quincy
95 W Squantum St
Quincy, MA | Montclair
Studio
$1,597
483 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,716
689 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,146
904 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:23 PM
Located near the Neponset River and dining and shopping options, this community also boasts easy access to most of Massachusetts thanks to the North Quincy station. Units include balcony, hardwood flooring and walk in closets.
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18 Units Available
Alister Quincy
500 Falls Blvd
Quincy, MA | South Quincy
1 Bedroom
$1,974
868 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,253
1160 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,908
1240 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:17 PM
Modern apartments with granite counters, in-unit laundry and hardwood floors. Bocce court, pool and conference room on premises. Management accepts e-payments to make paying your rent even simpler!
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20 Units Available
The Amelia
10 Faxon Ave
Quincy, MA | Quincy Center
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$2,129
806 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,421
1129 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:14 PM
1-2 bedroom apartments within walking distance from Red Line and Quincy High School. Upscale features include fireplace and kitchens with granite and stainless steel. Community features concierge, clubhouse and dog park.
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8 Units Available
Metro Marina Bay
7 Seaport Dr
Quincy, MA | Marina Bay
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,999
793 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,499
1142 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:10 PM
Vaulted ceilings, pass-through kitchens and private patios with views of the Boston skyline and Marina Bay. Complementary shuttle to nearby rail line and rental vehicles available on-site. Within walking distance to the Marina boardwalk.
Verified
7 Units Available
Highlands at Faxon Woods
2001 Falls Blvd
Quincy, MA | South Quincy
1 Bedroom
$1,830
841 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,315
1045 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 12:17 PM
Enjoy life's simple pleasures at The Highlands at Faxon Woods. Our premier apartment community offers unlimited amenities and superior service in a world class atmosphere.
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23 Units Available
Lincoln Heights
175 Centre St
Quincy, MA | South Quincy
1 Bedroom
$1,795
746 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,495
1044 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 05:48 PM
Located right off I-93 and within just minutes of downtown Quincy. These luxury apartments include ceramic floors, granite countertops, in-unit washer-dryer and walk-in closets. Residents have full access to clubhouse, gym and pool.
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12 Units Available
Rosecliff
790 Willard St
Quincy, MA | South Quincy
1 Bedroom
$1,810
838 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,190
1144 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 05:48 PM
Deluxe 1-2 bedroom units include walk-in closets and private balcony or patio. Clubhouse, pool, gym and game room all on site. Minutes from downtown Boston, Blue Hills Reservation, shopping and dining.
Verified
16 Units Available
Meriel Marina Bay
552 Victory Rd
Quincy, MA | Marina Bay
Studio
$2,236
598 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,815
838 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,806
1164 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 05:39 PM
Be the first to enjoy living in these brand new waterfront apartments at Squantum Point Park. Luxury apartment features include walk-in closets and granite counters. Enjoy the community yoga, game room and fire pit.
Verified
17 Units Available
Deco
625 Thomas E. Burgin Parkway
Quincy, MA | South Quincy
Studio
$1,753
617 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,753
823 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,352
1189 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 05:38 PM
Pet-friendly apartments in Quincy is convenient for Boston commuters with easy access to I-93, Route 3 and Red T-Line. Apartments feature walk-in closets, dishwashers and patios. Smoke-free community includes swimming pool, gym and putting green.
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14 Units Available
West of Chestnut
21 Chestnut St
Quincy, MA | Quincy Center
Studio
$1,798
572 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,840
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,314
1037 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 05:38 PM
Pet-friendly apartments near Quincy Center has easy access to Route 3A, Burgin Pkwy and McGrath Hwy. Amenities include a gym, dog park, bike storage and courtyard. Apartments feature walk-in closets, hardwood floors and private laundry.
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9 Units Available
One Newport
1 Newport Avenue
Quincy, MA | Montclair
Studio
$1,800
468 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,995
711 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,595
918 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 12:40 PM
Do you seek the bright lights, allure and glamour of Boston but don't want the stress of navigating city living? Choose One Newport where you will have immediate access to transit options to get you in and out of the city.
Verified
10 Units Available
The Residences at Munroe Place
1205 Hancock St
Quincy, MA | South Quincy
1 Bedroom
$1,895
973 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,495
1276 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 12:40 PM
Move-in by September 15, 2020 and receive a $1,000 concession for a 2-bedroom apartment or a $500 concession for a 1-bedroom apartment! The Residences at Munroe Place is a luxury apartment community located in the heart of Quincy Center.
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36 Units Available
The Cove Hingham
350 Beal Street
Hingham, MA
1 Bedroom
$2,460
797 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,200
1199 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$4,320
1601 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 12:40 PM
Enjoy a coastal lifestyle in Hingham, in the heart of the coveted South Shore. You’ll be just steps from The Hingham Shipyard’s wide array of shopping, dining and entertainment, and the scenic riverfront 484 acre Bare Cove Park.
Verified
5 Units Available
Faxon Commons
1037 Southern Artery
Quincy, MA | Quincy Point
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,928
638 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,942
897 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:39 PM
Bright and spacious apartment homes just outside of Boston and conveniently located right on the MBTA Red Line. Swimming pool, fitness center and media lounge. Modern apartments with private patio/balcony and big walk-in closets.
Verified
10 Units Available
The Ledges
1 Avalon Dr
Weymouth Town, MA | Weymouth Landing
1 Bedroom
$1,833
901 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,995
1305 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 27 at 06:39 PM
Luxurious apartments in a leafy complex, just off Massachusetts Route 3. BBQ grill area, reading room and recycling center all located on the site. Units boast air conditioning and dishwashers.
Verified
10 Units Available
Quincy Commons
1 Canton Rd
Quincy, MA | North Quincy
Studio
$1,407
410 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,717
659 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,881
790 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:39 PM
Great Quincy location next to the North Quincy MBTA Red Line station. Close to beautiful Quincy Shore Drive restaurants and shops. Peaceful community with lush courtyard and landscaping. Heat and hot water included.
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18 Units Available
eaves Quincy
150 Quarry St
Quincy, MA | South Quincy
1 Bedroom
$1,820
866 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,165
1102 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 12:08 PM
One- and two-bedroom apartments near Adams National Historic Park and Nickerson Beach presents amenities such as hardwood floors, covered parking and a fully equipped fitness center.
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10 Units Available
Avalon Residences at the Hingham Shipyard
319 Lincoln Street
Hingham, MA
1 Bedroom
$2,380
831 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,015
1218 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 27 at 12:08 PM
Offering a selection of comfortable floor plans, these units are equipped with modern kitchens, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, wood-look flooring, upgraded appliances and finishes, and an on-site fitness center.
Verified
35 Units Available
Avalon Quincy
229 Quarry St
Quincy, MA | Quincy Center
Studio
$1,785
523 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,160
822 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,475
1144 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 12:08 PM
Smoke-free, fully furnished studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. Fireplace, in-unit laundry and giant walk-in closets. Gym, pool and yoga on-site. Dogs and cats welcome. Accessible to people with disabilities.
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14 Units Available
Avalon at the Hingham Shipyard
152 Shipyard Dr
Hingham, MA
1 Bedroom
$2,214
934 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,820
1368 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 12:08 PM
Beautiful location on Boston Harbor in South Shore close to the Greenbush Commuter Rail and Ferry. Gourmet kitchens, private patios and full size w/d in units. Heated outdoor pool, fantastic fitness center and BBQ/grill areas.
Verified
10 Units Available
Avalon Cohasset
155 King St
Weymouth Town, MA
1 Bedroom
$2,240
1043 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,215
1383 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 12:08 PM
This woodland community has been recently redesigned to include patios, granite worktops, walk-in closets, and more. Enjoy the ocean views from and around the complex, which features a clubhouse, pool, gym, and business center.
1 Unit Available
21 Chard St
21 Chard Street
Weymouth Town, MA | East Weymouth
4 Bedrooms
$2,600
1400 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:29 PM
*** NO FEE *** available for OCT 1 *** Convenient Weymouth location offers 4BR, 1BA with in-unit laundry. Oversized 2nd floor unit offers tons of space, with basement storage.
1 Unit Available
2 Cliveden St
2 Cliveden Street
Quincy, MA | Quincy Center
2 Bedrooms
$3,000
1234 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:29 PM
This gorgeous 2 bed, 2 bath condo has it all from the finishes to the location! Situated on the second floor with city views this condo spans over 1,260 sf of living area with beautiful gray wash wooden laminate floors throughout.
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Apartment Rentals in Hull start at $1,950/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Hull start at $1,950/month.
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While some Hull properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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While some Hull properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hull. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Hult International Business School, Berklee College of Music, Boston College, Boston University, and Brandeis University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hull. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Hult International Business School, Berklee College of Music, Boston College, Boston University, and Brandeis University.

City Guide

Hull
The peninsula town of Hull, Massachusetts, is known as an excellent summer home location. In fact, quite a few movers-and-shakers have called Hull home during the warmer months; these include Calvin Coolidge, several members of the extended Kennedy clan, and the former mayor of Boston, John F. Fitzgerald, better known by the locals as Honey Fitz.
The peninsula town of Hull, Massachusetts, is known as an excellent summer home location. In fact, quite a few movers-and-shakers have called Hull home during the warmer months; these include Calvin Coolidge, several members of the extended Kennedy clan, and the former mayor of Boston, John F. Fitzgerald, better known by the locals as Honey Fitz.

Hull is a little town located on the Massachusetts Bay, right at the entrance of the Boston Harbor (you remember this famous landmark and home of the Boston Tea Party from high school history, right?). The coastal city functions as a bedroom community for those commuting into the larger nearby cities of Boston and Dorchester. Hull has a history of life saving; an estimated 1,000 people have been saved from shipwrecks by members of the Humane Society in Hull over the years. If you're into the beach, you'll love living in Hull, as it has one of the nicest beaches in New England, complete with boardwalk and beautiful homes just yards from the sand.

Moving to Hull

If you will be moving to Hull, it's important to realize that the prices for rental apartments are among the highest in the country. With that said, they pale in comparison to the prices for some of the more upscale beach towns in Massachusetts and other areas of New England. So if you look at it that way, the prices are actually quite reasonable for the area that you'll be moving to. While there are a few complexes in Hull, chances are good that your apartment search will lead you to a lot of multifamily homes. Many of these homes are older but still in excellent condition.

Before looking for an apartment for rent in Hull, decide ahead of time how much you can spend, then take a look at your income to be sure that it will support your budget. General wisdom says that you should spend a maximum of 30% of your income on rent. In some cases, it might be more feasible to try to rent with a roommate if possible; instead of looking for a one-bedroom apartment for rent, try expanding your search to two-bedroom apartments.

Moving to Hull
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If you will be moving to Hull, it's important to realize that the prices for rental apartments are among the highest in the country. With that said, they pale in comparison to the prices for some of the more upscale beach towns in Massachusetts and other areas of New England. So if you look at it that way, the prices are actually quite reasonable for the area that you'll be moving to. While there are a few complexes in Hull, chances are good that your apartment search will lead you to a lot of multifamily homes. Many of these homes are older but still in excellent condition.

Before looking for an apartment for rent in Hull, decide ahead of time how much you can spend, then take a look at your income to be sure that it will support your budget. General wisdom says that you should spend a maximum of 30% of your income on rent. In some cases, it might be more feasible to try to rent with a roommate if possible; instead of looking for a one-bedroom apartment for rent, try expanding your search to two-bedroom apartments.

Neighborhoods of Hull

Hull can be broken down into three main neighborhoods, each encompassing a different part of the peninsula town.

Town Center: The town center of Hull is made up of the northernmost third of the peninsula, as well as Spinnaker Island. This is where homes are the priciest, and you will enjoy some great views from any of the waterfront homes here. On the island itself, you can grab some fresh veggies at the Hull Farmers Market, or cross the bridge and take a stroll through Mariner's Park.

Nantasket Beach: It has been said that Nantasket Beach is one of the best beaches in New England, which is a pretty lofty designation! The sand is fine and nearly white, and the boardwalk is quaint and fun. Stop in at Paragon Grill for dinner after a day on the beach, or hang out for a while at Beachfront, where you can people-watch while enjoying a few cold ones.

Strait's Pond: This section of Hull is the furthest south and features the most affordable prices. If you want to live in Hull but are afraid that your checking account might not support living in the northern section, this area is not only reasonably priced, but has a very low crime rate. There aren't a lot of local amenities here, but you can grab a coffee at Marilou's News without leaving this section of town.

Neighborhoods of Hull
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Hull can be broken down into three main neighborhoods, each encompassing a different part of the peninsula town.

Town Center: The town center of Hull is made up of the northernmost third of the peninsula, as well as Spinnaker Island. This is where homes are the priciest, and you will enjoy some great views from any of the waterfront homes here. On the island itself, you can grab some fresh veggies at the Hull Farmers Market, or cross the bridge and take a stroll through Mariner's Park.

Nantasket Beach: It has been said that Nantasket Beach is one of the best beaches in New England, which is a pretty lofty designation! The sand is fine and nearly white, and the boardwalk is quaint and fun. Stop in at Paragon Grill for dinner after a day on the beach, or hang out for a while at Beachfront, where you can people-watch while enjoying a few cold ones.

Strait's Pond: This section of Hull is the furthest south and features the most affordable prices. If you want to live in Hull but are afraid that your checking account might not support living in the northern section, this area is not only reasonably priced, but has a very low crime rate. There aren't a lot of local amenities here, but you can grab a coffee at Marilou's News without leaving this section of town.

Life in Hull

Obviously, one of the biggest draws of this seaside community is the sea! You'll be able to go sailing in the summer, and you can watch beautiful sunrises and sunsets on the water, depending on which side of the peninsula you call home. You'll want to visit the Paragon Carousel and Museum, which has been restored in its original location from the early 20th century. You also won't want to miss seeing the Old Water Tower at Fort Revere Park, nor the Hull Lifesaving Museum.

Are you artsy, or do you wish you were? You'll find painters on Nantasket Beach quite often, and there's also an art gallery, where you can check out the work of the locals. If sports are more your thing, catch a youth baseball, football or basketball game on the weekends. Of course, you might want to root on those Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins or the New England Patriots, if you're more interested in the major league sports of baseball, basketball, hockey or football.

Speaking of Boston, the major city is only about 45 minutes away by car, if you don't run into any of those legendary Massachusetts drivers. Since it's likely that you will hit traffic, you might be better off taking the MBTA bus or even the MBTA commuter boat.

Life in Hull
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Obviously, one of the biggest draws of this seaside community is the sea! You'll be able to go sailing in the summer, and you can watch beautiful sunrises and sunsets on the water, depending on which side of the peninsula you call home. You'll want to visit the Paragon Carousel and Museum, which has been restored in its original location from the early 20th century. You also won't want to miss seeing the Old Water Tower at Fort Revere Park, nor the Hull Lifesaving Museum.

Are you artsy, or do you wish you were? You'll find painters on Nantasket Beach quite often, and there's also an art gallery, where you can check out the work of the locals. If sports are more your thing, catch a youth baseball, football or basketball game on the weekends. Of course, you might want to root on those Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins or the New England Patriots, if you're more interested in the major league sports of baseball, basketball, hockey or football.

Speaking of Boston, the major city is only about 45 minutes away by car, if you don't run into any of those legendary Massachusetts drivers. Since it's likely that you will hit traffic, you might be better off taking the MBTA bus or even the MBTA commuter boat.

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City Guide

Hull
The peninsula town of Hull, Massachusetts, is known as an excellent summer home location. In fact, quite a few movers-and-shakers have called Hull home during the warmer months; these include Calvin Coolidge, several members of the extended Kennedy clan, and the former mayor of Boston, John F. Fitzgerald, better known by the locals as Honey Fitz.
The peninsula town of Hull, Massachusetts, is known as an excellent summer home location. In fact, quite a few movers-and-shakers have called Hull home during the warmer months; these include Calvin Coolidge, several members of the extended Kennedy clan, and the former mayor of Boston, John F. Fitzgerald, better known by the locals as Honey Fitz.

Hull is a little town located on the Massachusetts Bay, right at the entrance of the Boston Harbor (you remember this famous landmark and home of the Boston Tea Party from high school history, right?). The coastal city functions as a bedroom community for those commuting into the larger nearby cities of Boston and Dorchester. Hull has a history of life saving; an estimated 1,000 people have been saved from shipwrecks by members of the Humane Society in Hull over the years. If you're into the beach, you'll love living in Hull, as it has one of the nicest beaches in New England, complete with boardwalk and beautiful homes just yards from the sand.

Moving to Hull

If you will be moving to Hull, it's important to realize that the prices for rental apartments are among the highest in the country. With that said, they pale in comparison to the prices for some of the more upscale beach towns in Massachusetts and other areas of New England. So if you look at it that way, the prices are actually quite reasonable for the area that you'll be moving to. While there are a few complexes in Hull, chances are good that your apartment search will lead you to a lot of multifamily homes. Many of these homes are older but still in excellent condition.

Before looking for an apartment for rent in Hull, decide ahead of time how much you can spend, then take a look at your income to be sure that it will support your budget. General wisdom says that you should spend a maximum of 30% of your income on rent. In some cases, it might be more feasible to try to rent with a roommate if possible; instead of looking for a one-bedroom apartment for rent, try expanding your search to two-bedroom apartments.

Moving to Hull
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If you will be moving to Hull, it's important to realize that the prices for rental apartments are among the highest in the country. With that said, they pale in comparison to the prices for some of the more upscale beach towns in Massachusetts and other areas of New England. So if you look at it that way, the prices are actually quite reasonable for the area that you'll be moving to. While there are a few complexes in Hull, chances are good that your apartment search will lead you to a lot of multifamily homes. Many of these homes are older but still in excellent condition.

Before looking for an apartment for rent in Hull, decide ahead of time how much you can spend, then take a look at your income to be sure that it will support your budget. General wisdom says that you should spend a maximum of 30% of your income on rent. In some cases, it might be more feasible to try to rent with a roommate if possible; instead of looking for a one-bedroom apartment for rent, try expanding your search to two-bedroom apartments.

Neighborhoods of Hull

Hull can be broken down into three main neighborhoods, each encompassing a different part of the peninsula town.

Town Center: The town center of Hull is made up of the northernmost third of the peninsula, as well as Spinnaker Island. This is where homes are the priciest, and you will enjoy some great views from any of the waterfront homes here. On the island itself, you can grab some fresh veggies at the Hull Farmers Market, or cross the bridge and take a stroll through Mariner's Park.

Nantasket Beach: It has been said that Nantasket Beach is one of the best beaches in New England, which is a pretty lofty designation! The sand is fine and nearly white, and the boardwalk is quaint and fun. Stop in at Paragon Grill for dinner after a day on the beach, or hang out for a while at Beachfront, where you can people-watch while enjoying a few cold ones.

Strait's Pond: This section of Hull is the furthest south and features the most affordable prices. If you want to live in Hull but are afraid that your checking account might not support living in the northern section, this area is not only reasonably priced, but has a very low crime rate. There aren't a lot of local amenities here, but you can grab a coffee at Marilou's News without leaving this section of town.

Neighborhoods of Hull
+

Hull can be broken down into three main neighborhoods, each encompassing a different part of the peninsula town.

Town Center: The town center of Hull is made up of the northernmost third of the peninsula, as well as Spinnaker Island. This is where homes are the priciest, and you will enjoy some great views from any of the waterfront homes here. On the island itself, you can grab some fresh veggies at the Hull Farmers Market, or cross the bridge and take a stroll through Mariner's Park.

Nantasket Beach: It has been said that Nantasket Beach is one of the best beaches in New England, which is a pretty lofty designation! The sand is fine and nearly white, and the boardwalk is quaint and fun. Stop in at Paragon Grill for dinner after a day on the beach, or hang out for a while at Beachfront, where you can people-watch while enjoying a few cold ones.

Strait's Pond: This section of Hull is the furthest south and features the most affordable prices. If you want to live in Hull but are afraid that your checking account might not support living in the northern section, this area is not only reasonably priced, but has a very low crime rate. There aren't a lot of local amenities here, but you can grab a coffee at Marilou's News without leaving this section of town.

Life in Hull

Obviously, one of the biggest draws of this seaside community is the sea! You'll be able to go sailing in the summer, and you can watch beautiful sunrises and sunsets on the water, depending on which side of the peninsula you call home. You'll want to visit the Paragon Carousel and Museum, which has been restored in its original location from the early 20th century. You also won't want to miss seeing the Old Water Tower at Fort Revere Park, nor the Hull Lifesaving Museum.

Are you artsy, or do you wish you were? You'll find painters on Nantasket Beach quite often, and there's also an art gallery, where you can check out the work of the locals. If sports are more your thing, catch a youth baseball, football or basketball game on the weekends. Of course, you might want to root on those Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins or the New England Patriots, if you're more interested in the major league sports of baseball, basketball, hockey or football.

Speaking of Boston, the major city is only about 45 minutes away by car, if you don't run into any of those legendary Massachusetts drivers. Since it's likely that you will hit traffic, you might be better off taking the MBTA bus or even the MBTA commuter boat.

Life in Hull
+

Obviously, one of the biggest draws of this seaside community is the sea! You'll be able to go sailing in the summer, and you can watch beautiful sunrises and sunsets on the water, depending on which side of the peninsula you call home. You'll want to visit the Paragon Carousel and Museum, which has been restored in its original location from the early 20th century. You also won't want to miss seeing the Old Water Tower at Fort Revere Park, nor the Hull Lifesaving Museum.

Are you artsy, or do you wish you were? You'll find painters on Nantasket Beach quite often, and there's also an art gallery, where you can check out the work of the locals. If sports are more your thing, catch a youth baseball, football or basketball game on the weekends. Of course, you might want to root on those Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins or the New England Patriots, if you're more interested in the major league sports of baseball, basketball, hockey or football.

Speaking of Boston, the major city is only about 45 minutes away by car, if you don't run into any of those legendary Massachusetts drivers. Since it's likely that you will hit traffic, you might be better off taking the MBTA bus or even the MBTA commuter boat.