I serve Marshfield, Duxbury, Plymouth, Scituate and other South Shore towns and understand the real estate market in these towns. This area is popular with commuters looking to enjoy the benefits of small-town living while still being able to get into the city to work. And while prices have risen in the last few years, these communities have a lot to offer to their residents.
A beautiful, coastal community located 30 miles from Boston with a yearly population of about 25,000 that grows to about 40,000 people during the busy, popular summer months. Proud of the education and services the town offers to its residents, the town also offers plenty of events and activities throughout the year. Home to the Marshfield Fair and Levitate which attract visitors from all over the State.
If you’re looking for coastline, Duxbury is the place! Enjoy all the benefits of coastal living in this quaint town. The small-town charm is coupled with great schools and an easy commute into the city, making it an ideal location for anyone.
Outdoor enthusiasts will instantly be at home here. The city itself is quite walkable, and there are endless options for outdoor activities, excellent restaurants, and quality schools.
Looking for something a little off the beaten path? Like much of the South Shore, Scituate
boasts that quaint small-town feel and great schools. This is a top location for families and retirees.
River enthusiasts enjoy the options here as the North River forms the town's southern border. With a small population and excellent schools, Norwell continues to be considered a desirable commuter town.
Hanover is considered a “country town” yet offers its residents many modern amenities such as shopping areas and restaurants. It’s ponds, streams and rivers flow into the historic North River which meets the Atlantic Ocean. There is plenty to do in this community with plenty of summer and winter recreation opportunities.
A hot spot for young families seeking that small-town feel. While the town and house sizes are growing, the charm remains the same. Ample waterfront and outdoor activities await you here.
Shoreline and shopping abound here, offering residents a little of everything. Home prices
here are higher than other towns on the South Shore, but the schools are top-notch, and public transportation makes commuting doable.
Rich with history, Weymouth offers residents a lower cost of living than other South Shore
towns but keeps the charm.
This tight-knit town offers residents a bit more space and a very small-town feel. Children have a quality school district, and there is no shortage of outdoor activities.
A great place for families and young professionals. The school district is top-rated, and the commute to the city is reasonable.
Rural life at its best. Carver is home to cranberry farms and plenty of green spaces. A great place to live if you’re seeking quiet.
A great town if you want to be away from the city and enjoy lower costs. The school district is satisfactory, and residents have plenty of room to roam.