The Historic charm of Hingham is felt throughout the town and the sense of history and tradition has been a draw to many. Hingham offers the beauty of Coastal New England with the conveniences of suburban Boston.
Located right on Route 3A it is an easy connection to Route 93 North. The MBTA offers Ferry service from the Hingham Shipyard with paid parking. The Ferry has WiFi on board and a snack bar complete with coffee and a full bar for an evening cocktail on your commute. The MBTA Commuter Rail line has two stops in Hingham- West Hingham and Nantasket Junction, and the ride averages about 40 minutes to South Station.
The downtown Hingham and Crow Point neighborhoods tend to be the most sought after due to their upscale charm and accessibility to the town amenities and water views. Imagine taking a short walk from your house to gather a bouquet at Winston Flowers, cheese from the Bloomy Rind, or a proper pint and lunch at The Snug.
Catching a film at Loring Hall theater is a throwback to simpler times. The historic building was erected in 1852 and converted to a Movie theater in 1932. Downtown Hingham boasts an ever growing community of small businesses including restaurants, retail, and salons that are proudly supported by their neighbors.
Hingham has multiple parks for long walks and hikes including Wompatuck State Park, World’s End, Great Esker Park, and the Triphammer Pond Trail. The Hingham Yacht Club offers sailing for youth and adults alike and operates from May until October in Crow Point. The Hingham Bathing beach is a small, tranquil beach located on the bay. If you are looking for a long sandy Atlantic beach look no further than nearby Nantasket beach in Hull. The South Shore Country club located in downtown Hingham offers and 18 hole range, dining, as well as candlepin bowling.
If you are looking to purchase or rent in Boston’s South Shore, Hingham is a must see. Be flexible in your search as homes in this highly sought after community tend to move quickly.