Welcome to Hull

Private seaside lifestyle with incredible outdoor opportunities
A scattered set of islands connected by a prominent sandbar, Hull is a fabulous location to reside in the South Shore area. Its coastal atmosphere provides residents with a relaxing, calm paradise that is nearby the quaint and bustling city of Boston. Hull is a coastal  community with incredible opportunities for fun and peace.
Hull hosts beautiful homes and estates, all of varying styles and themes. Cape Cod styles of homes accented by shingle siding and side gables are popular in the area, reflecting its seaside ambiance. Colonial Revival is also a featured style in Hull. It is a revitalized take on the Colonial style with symmetry and elegant front porches. Georgian Revival homes with brick stones and simple ornamented exteriors are also scattered throughout Hull. No matter what style, homes in Hull are breathtaking.
Hull’s rich history as a fishing and trading epicenter carries on in the present day as people love to go out sailing and fishing on the South Shore. It is a town perfect for those craving an oceanside lifestyle combined with easy access to Boston.

What to Love

  • Aquatic activities like boating, sailing, or surfing
  • Easy commute to Boston by car, train, or ferry
  • Beautiful homes and beaches
  • Peaceful, relaxed way of living

Local Lifestyle

Locals of Hull enjoy the area’s beauty both in its endless beaches and shorelines, as well as picturesque parks with tall trees. It is an area where one can relax in the sun on the beach or porch or seek more adventure with the various trails and water activities. The area offers stunning views right from home.
One of the great advantages of living in Hull is its closeness to Boston. The quick ferry ride between Hull and Boston allows easy access to the city and a more scenic view than other routes. 

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

Chel Bella is a nearby women’s clothing store that offers styles from the most sought-after designers. It is praised as the perfect shop for buying an outfit for a night on the town. Charming boutiques and luxury shopping experiences are scattered throughout the towns surrounding the quaint city of Hull. 
There are also many popular restaurants in the area. Dalat is a Vietnamese restaurant serving outstanding, semi-formal cuisine accompanied by a lovely cocktail lounge.  Jake’s Seafood Restaurant is a seasonal Hull institution with delicious fresh seafood as well as a fish market to purchase items for home.

Things to Do

Hull has incredibly fun activities to pursue. Its best-known beach is Nantasket Beach. It extends across a mile of shoreline with charming tide pools for children to play in and explore. The Paragon Carousel is located right by Nantasket Beach and is a popular destination to explore. 
Fort Revere Park is the perfect visit for history lovers. It holds historical relics of forts from the American Revolution and was used later until World War II to protect the Boston Harbor. It is also a lovely spot for a picnic, with grills scattered along the park. Bumpkin Island, a way away from Hull, is a picturesque island that residents love to use for camping. It has beautiful greenery, plant life, and trails to explore.
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Overview for HULL, MA

10,120 people live in HULL, where the median age is 53.9 and the average individual income is $63,148. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for HULL, MA

HULL has 4,380 households, with an average household size of 2.31. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in HULL do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 10,120 people call HULL home. The population density is 3,523.97 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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