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Hull MA Area Information
Hull, Massachusetts in Plymouth County has an approximate population of 10,293. Hull began as a fishing community before Hull's long coastline and beautiful natural beaches led to its development as a popular resort area just 18 miles from Boston by car and only 5 miles by boat. Today, Hull is a prized residential town with stunning ocean views. There are three principal 'hills' that make up the town - Allerton, Strawberry, and Hull. Hull's home styles range from expansive single family homes and gracious colonials to cottages and condominiums. Residents have a multitude of civic and social organizations to choose from as well as a host of entertainment and dining facilities. Nantasket Beach is a very popular summer location.
Geographically, Hull has 26.9 sq.miles; 2.8 sq. miles of land; 24.1 water sq. miles of water. Hull is located on Nantasket Peninsula. Hull borders the Weir River, an 140 acre estuary with 80% protected from development. Hull’s lands also include Peddocks Island and Boston Harbor Islands State Park
Tax Rate 2020: $12.82/Thousand
Medium Income: $80,584
Government: Selectmen, Town Administrator, Open Town Meeting
Approximately 890 students with a teacher ratio of 11:1
Jacobs Elementary School
Memorial Middle School
Hull High School
Students may also attend South Shore Vocational Technical High School
Athletics team: Pirates
Yacht Club: Hull Yacht Club; Nantasket Beach Saltwater Club
Beaches: Nantasket Beach, Newport Beach, Street Bayside Beach, Nantasket Beach Reservation, Gunrock Beach, James Avenue Beach, Darcys Beach, Helen Street Beach