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11 South Main 

Cohasset, Massachusetts 02025 

Phone: 781-383-9202 ● Fax 781-383-0772 

www.NewEnglandMoves.com 

 

by: Margot Cheel 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

Conveniently located between Boston and Cape Cod, the “South Shore” is made up of 

towns and cities to the east and west of Route 3.  This beautiful area is rich in history and 

is home to Plymouth Rock, and the birthplaces of Abigail Adams and John Quincy  

Adams. 

Throughout the seasons, the South Shore offers numerous recreational opportunities in-



cluding boating, fishing, beach combing, biking, hiking, cross country skiing, ice skating 

and many more. 

The South Shore blends the excitement of cities with the quaintness of small villages, 

each offering outstanding restaurants, shops and services.  The landscape on the South 

Shore is exquisite and is highlighted by rocky coastlines, sandy beaches, the scenic North 

River corridor, cranberry bogs and country pastures. 

 

With many options for recreation and commuting, and a wide range of neighborhoods, the 



South Shore is the best place to call home! 

Welcome to the South Shore! 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

  



 

 

 



Table of Contents 

 

A Warm Welcome to the Cohasset Area!....................................    4  



Welcome to Cohasset  ......................................                              5 

Cohasset Education ......................................                                  6 

Cohasset Restaurants ......................................                                7 

Cohasset Attractions ......................................                                 8 

Places to Stay in Cohasset...........................                                    9 

Cohasset (Area) Places of Worship......................                     10-11 

Commuting......................................                                              12 

Cohasset Beaches  ......................................                                  13 

Area Beaches ......................................                                   14 –16 

Area Golf Courses.....................................                                    17 

Welcome to Scituate  ….......................................                         18 

Welcome to Marshfield  ......................................                         19 

Welcome to Hanover......................................                               20 

Welcome to Duxbury  ......................................                             21 

Welcome to Norwell ......................................                               22 

Welcome to Hull  ......................................                                    23 

Welcome to Hingham ......................................                             24 

Children Activities ......................................                                  25 

Helpful Cohasset Telephone Numbers..........................           26-27 

Notes      ......................................                                                  28 

A Commitment to our Community......................................          29 

 

 



 

11 S. Main Street 

Cohasset, MA 02025 

Bus. 781-383-9202 

Fax  781-383-0772 

www.NewEnglandMoves.com 

 


 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

11 S. Main Street 

 

 

         Cohasset, 



MA 

02025 


         Bus. 

781-383-9202 

         Fax 

 

781-383-0772 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

www.NewEnglandMoves.com



 

 

  



 A Warm Welcome to the Cohasset area! 

 

  



      Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage welcomes you.  Allow us to introduce you to our community 

and its surrounding towns and demonstrate to you why we believe that the South Shore is a wonderful 

place in which to live. 

 

      As a member of Multiple Listing Services, we have up-to-the-minute computerized information on new 



listings offered throughout the South Shore area.  After hearing about your needs and preferences, we will 

arrange to show you the properties that most closely match your requirements. 

      

     We are sensitive and responsive to details, which will facilitate your  purchase.  We know the real estate 



market and we will assist you in obtaining the right home at the right price.  We also know the mortgage  

market and will assist with financing.  We will take the time to answer your questions carefully.  We will 

be there every step of the way. 

 

      Our staff of experienced sales associates are involved in and committed to their community.  This per-



sonalized guide is designed to give you a sense of our community and its resources.  However, nothing can 

substitute for the individualized attention our agents can offer you in this process. 

 

      Thank you for contacting us.  We are happy to guide you through the search for your new home and are 



committed to bringing your search to a successful conclusion. 

 

  



 Sincerely Yours, 

 

  



  

  

  



  

 

 



 

 Owned and operated by NRT, Incorporated. An Equal Opportunity Employer.  

        Equal Housing Opportunity. 


 

 

 



Welcome to Cohasset 

 

 



Cohasset is a small coastal town, located about 22 miles South of Boston with a 

population of around 7,600.  Cohasset is known for its spectacular coastline with it’s 

large summer “cottages” and Minot’s Lighthouse.  Minot's Light is known as the "I 

love you" light, named for its 1-4-3 flashing pattern. 

 

The Cohasset Common in the center of these 10 square miles is lovelier than any 



common in New England.  It has a small duck pond at one end and is surrounded by 

three classic New England churches and the Town Hall.  The common hosts weekly 

farmer’s market and carillon concerts in the summer, as well as annual festivals.  

The town has active Community and Arts Centers, three historical museums, the 

Swim Club, two beaches and the recreational facilities of Whitney Woods Reserva-

tion, Thayer Woods and Wompatuck State Park. 

 

Cohasset was founded by Capt. John Smith in 1614, and incorporated in 1770.  



What began as a farming village turned into a seafaring town in the 1800's.  In the 

early 20


th

 century it grew as a summer resort.  Many large homes rented rooms to 

visitors who came down to “coot” shoot off the coast, or Actors who participated in 

many plays which were produced and shown at the stage in Town Hall.  An out-

growth of that is the South Shore Music Center which has Broadway plays and Pro-

ductions all summer under a tent on Sohier Street. 

 

The Cohasset school system is highly rated academically.   Many of Cohasset’s resi-



dents make the daily commute to work (in Boston and beyond) by train, bus, car or 

commuter boat.    

 

http://www.cohassetchamber.org/



 

http://www.key-biz.com/ssn/cohasset/index.shtml

 

http://www.mbta.com/



 

 

 



11 South Main, Cohasset, MA  02025 – (781) 383-9202 

 

www.NewEnglandMoves.com



 

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 

 

 

Cohasset Education 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

http://www.cohassetk12.org

 

 

Superintendent of Schools 



Dr. Denise Walsh 

143 


Pond 

Street 


    781-383-6111 

 

JOSEPH OSGOOD SCHOOL 



  781-383-6117 

Principal: Janet Sheehan 

210 Sohier Street 

Grades: K  01  02 

 

DEER HILL SCHOOL 



Principal: Jennifer Dechiara 

  781-383-6115 

208 Sohier Street 

Grades:  03  04  05 

 

COHASSET MIDDLE-HIGH SCHOOL 



781-383-6100 

Principal: Joel Antolini 

143 Pond Street 

Grades:  06  07  08  09  10  11 12 

 

 

DAY CARE/PRESCHOOL 



http://www.eec.state.ma.us/oo_licensing.aspx

 

 



South Shore Community Center Nursery School  781-383-0036 

3 North Main Street 

 

Carriage House Nursery School  



 

781-383-9785 

23 North Main Street 

 

Sand 



Castle 

Child 


Care 

   781-383-6789 

152 

King 


Street 

    781-383-9987 

 

 

SCHOOL INFORMATION 



http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/

 


 

 

Cohasset Restaurants 



Atlantic Bagel & Coffee Company   

Atlantica Restaurant 

47 


South 

Main 


    44 

Border 


Street 

781-383-2902       781-383-0900 

 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

Bia Bistro   

 

 

 



 

Bernard’s 

35 


South 

Main 


    107 

Ripley 


Road 

781-383-0464       781-383-8300 

www.biabistro.com    www.bernardsonline.com 

 

Café Zuppa  



 

 

 



 

Dinero’s 

5 South Main Street 

 

 

 



235 Hull Street 

781-383-6455       781-383-2339 

 

Feng Shui   

 

 



 

 

French Memories 

380 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy  

 

60 South Main 



781-383-3328       781-383-2216 

www.fengshuicohasset.com 

 

Good Fellas Pizza  

 

 

 



Olde Salt House at Atlantica 

105 


Ripley 

Road 


    40 

Border 


Street 

   


781-383-0020       781-383-2203 

 

Papa Gino’s 

 

 

 



 

Pizza Zone 

380 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy  

 

166 King Street 



781-383-6303       781-383-0042 

www.papaginos.com 

   www.pizzaonline.com 

 

Red Lion Inn & Resort   

 

 

Victoria’s Pizza 



71 South Main 

 

 



 

 

790C Chief Justice Cushing Hwy 



 

781-383-1704       781-383-2320 

www.redlioninn1704.com   www.victoriaspizzeria.com 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 


 

 

Cohasset Attractions 



Cohasset Sailing Club   

 

 



Cohasset Swim Center 

Next 


to 

Town 


Dock    89 

Sohier 


Street 

www.cohassetsailingclub.com 

  781-383-9463 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

www.cohassetswimcenter.com 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

Cohasset Golf & Tennis Club   



 

Cohasset Yacht Club 

Lamberts 

Lane 

    99 


Howard 

Gleason 


Road   

781-383-9890       781-383-9633 

www.cohassetgc.org    www.cohassetyc.org 

 

 



Cohasset Historical Society 

 

 

Captain John Wilson House 

106 


South 

Main 


    Maritime Museum 

781-383-1434     4 

Elm 

Street 


       (Open 

Summers 


W-F 

1-4, 


Sat 

10-2) 


 

 

South Shore Arts Center 



 

 

South Shore Community Center 

119 Ripley Road   

 

 

 



3 North Main Street 

781-383-ARTS (2787)     781-383-0088 

www.ssac.org     www.southshorecommunitycenter.com 

 

 



South Shore Music Circus 

781-383-9850 

www.themusiccircus.org 

 

 



Cohasset Village 

 

A collection of wonderful boutique shops and restaurants along South Main, Elm,  

Ripley Road, and Pleasant Street 

 

 



 

 

 

Places to Stay in Cohasset 



 

  

  



  

  

 



 

 

  



  

 Cohasset Harbor Inn 

124 Elm Street 

781-383-6650 

www.cohassetharborresort.com 

 

 

 



Red Lion Inn 

71 South Main 

781-383-1704 

www.redlioninn1704.com 

 

 

 



 

  

 

 

Cohasset (Area) Places of Worship 



 

 

 

 

 

Beechwood Congregational Church, United Church of Christ 

45 Church Street, Cohasset (781) 383-0808 

www.beechwoodcongreagationalchurch.org

 

 

St. Anthony’s Catholic Church   10 Summer Street, Cohasset  (781) 383-0219 

 

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Parish 

16 Highland Avenue, Cohasset (781) 383-1083  www.ststephenscohasset.org 

 

Nativity-Assumption of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church 

811 Jerusalem Road, Cohasset (781) 383-6380   www.panagiaparish.goarch.org 

 

First Parish in Cohasset Unitarian Universalist 

23 North Main Street, Cohasset (781) 383-1100     www.firstparishcohasset.org 

 

Second Congregational Church, United Church of Christ 

43 Highland Ave, Cohasset (781) 383-0345    www.2ndcc.org 



 

Vedanta Center 

130 Beechwood Street, Cohasset (781) 383-0940    www.vedantacentre.org 



 

First Baptist Church  85 Main Street, Hingham (781) 749-2516 

 

First Church of Christ Scientist  386 Main Street, Hingham  (781) 749-1946   

 

Congregation Sha’aray Shalom  1112 Main St, Hingham (781) 749-8103    

www.shaaray.org



 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 


 

 

Cohasset (Area) Places of Worship 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glastonbury Abbey  16 Hull Street, Hingham MA  02043  -  Phone: (781) 749-2155 

 

Jehovah’s Witness   90 Ward Street, Hingham MA 02043  -  Phone: (781) 749-5777 

 

House of Prayer Lutheran Church  916 Main Street (Office), Hingham (781) 749-

5533 

 

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 379 Gardner St, Hingham (781) 

749-4815 



 

Religious Society of Friends New England Friends Home 

86 Turkey Hill Lane, Hingham MA 02043 - Phone: (781) 749-3556 

 

South Shore Baptist Church  578 Main Street, Hingham MA 02043  (781) 749-

2592 

 

United Methodist Church of Hingham   -  Phone: (781) 749-3786 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

Commuting 



By Land and By Sea… 

 

MBTA 

(Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority) 

 

The MBTA services over 1.1 million riders each day.  On the South Shore the 



MBTA offers the subway, the commuter rail, commuter boats, and many bus routes.  

The Greenbush commuter rail line is open and provides service from Boston ‘s 

South Station through the Braintree, Weymouth, Hingham, Cohasset, and  

Scituate 

 

 

For more information please call 617-222-3200 or visit www.MBTA.com 



 

 

Hingham Commuter Boat (to Rowe’s Wharf Boston) 

781-749-8009 

www.bostonharborcruises.com 

and 

www.MBTA.com 

 

 

Quincy/Hull Commuter Boat (to Logan Airport & Long Wharf, Boston) 

617-222-6999 

www.harborexpress.com 

 

By Air … 



 

Logan International Airport 

 

Located in Boston, Logan Airport is New England’s largest transportation center. 



 

For more information please call 1-800-23-LOGAN, tune to 1650AM or visit 

www.massport.com/logan 

 

 

 

Cohasset’s Beach 



 

 

Cohasset Sandy Beach 

 

Cohasset Beach is for Cohasset Residents only.  Town Hall issues all Facilities 

permit stickers which are necessary to park at the Sandy Beach parking lot.  A 

limited number of out of town permits are allowed each year.  Contact the Sandy 

Beach Association to get on the waiting list.  They are located at Town Hall 

781-383-4109 

 

Mooring List, Cohasset Harbor Master 

Renews every year 

781-383-0863 


 

 

Area Beaches 



 

Brant Rock Beach  

Marshfield, MA  

LIFEGUARDS BEGINNING MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND The beach is  

covered with pebbles and is narrow at high tide. Nearby are a general store and 

ice cream shops. Parking lot available for non-residents. Directions: Beach runs 

parallel to Ocean Street (Route 139). 



 

Duxbury Beach  

Duxbury, MA  

More than 4 miles of clean and well-maintained, white, sandy beach. No  

alcohol; barbecues allowed with permits available at the bathhouse. Lifeguards, 

showers, restrooms, concession stand and luncheon restaurant. Public Parking at 

Route 139 in Green harbor. Parking for 1,400 cars. Directions: Route 3A to 

Route 139 north. Turn right at Canal Street at Duxbury Beach sign. 

 

Fieldstone Beach  

Marshfield, MA 02050 

LIFEGUARDS BEGINNING MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND NO PARKING 

AVAILABLE FOR NON RESIDENTS Long, sandy beach on open ocean. 



 

Gray's Beach Park  

Kingston, MA 02364 

PARKING, RESIDENT STICKER ONLY A very small beach with limited 

swimming area. Lifeguards from July 4 through Labor Day, daily at high tide 

only. Off Route 3A in Rocky Nook 

 

Green Harbor Beach  

Marshfield, MA 02050 

LIFEGUARDS BEGINNING ON MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Long, clean 

sandy beach that curves from Green Harbor in Marshfield to Duxbury Beach. 

Public parking is available at the Green Harbor Lobster Pound. $5.00 weekdays / 

$10.00 weekends and holidays. 



 

Hingham Bathing Beach  

Hingham, MA 02043 

Small bathing beach next to Monument Park. Large picnic area, restaurants 

nearby and restrooms. Lifeguards at the end of June. Parking available. Entrance 

to public parking is north of Hingham Harbor from Route 3A. 


 

 

Area Beaches 



 

Myles Standish State Forest  

Carver, MA 02330  

Telephone: (508) 866-2526 

Website: 

http://www.state.ma.us/dem/forparks.htm

 

Myles Standish State Forest at 14.651 acres, is the largest publicly-owned recreation 



area in southeastern Massachusetts. The park has 16 ponds, 15 miles of bicycle trails, 35 

miles of equestrian trails, and 13 miles of hiking trails. Recreational opportunities in-

clude interpretive programs, hiking, cross-country skiing, swimmimg, boating, and fish-

ing. 


 

Nantasket Beach  

Hull, MA  

Telephone: (617) 727-1330 

More than 3 1/2 miles of fine, hardpacked sand beach,very wide at low tide narrowing at 

high tide; 1,000-car parking lot. Swimming, lifeguards, bathhouses and refreshments. 

No cooking or alcohol. Directions: Route 3A to Route 228 to Nantasket Ave. MDC 

Beach 

 

Nelson Beach  

Plymouth, MA 02360  

Off Route 3A, north of Plymouth Center. No lifeguards. Free parking and children's play 

area 


 

Onset Beach  

Wareham, MA  

Onset Beach is a smooth, sandy beach sharing the warm ocean waters with many Cape 

Cod beaches. Picnicking is allowed, and there’s a bandstand for early evening music. 

Parking is available and there are bathhouses and concession stands. Directions: Cran-

berry Highway (Routes 6 & 28) to Onset Ave. 



 

Plymouth Beach  

Plymouth, MA 

More than 3 miles of sandy beach on the open ocean. One of the most publicly accessi-

ble swimming beaches on the South Shore. Views of Saquish Neck to the northwest and 

Manomet Bluffs to the southeast. Lifeguards, concessions and bathhouse. Parking for 

200 cars. Parking fee. Directions: 3 miles south of Plymouth Center on Route 3A. Turn 

left into beach parking lot just after Plimoth Plantation. 


 

 

Area Beaches 



 

Rexhame Beach  

Marshfield, MA 02050 

LIFEGUARDS BEGINNING MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Sandy Beach on 

the northern coast of Marshfield. Snack bar and restrooms. Restaurant and stores 

nearby on Ocean Street, 25 non-resident parking spaces available. Mon-Fri $5. 

Sat-Sun $10 



 

Scusset Beach  

Bourne, MA  

Telephone: 508) 888-0859 

Scusset Beach Road off Sagamore Bridge Rotary, north of Cape Cod Canal. A 

relatively uncrowded beach with snack bar, restrooms, picnic tables. Open for 

camping and fishing. A season pass is $25. Daily parking available $7. Directions: 

North of the Cape Cod Canal, Exit 1 off Route 3 

 

Stephen's Field Beach  

Plymouth, MA 02360  

Off Sandwich Street, Route 3A, south of Plymouth Center. No lifeguards, Free 

parking. 



 

White Horse Beach  

Plymouth, MA 02360  

Taylor Avenue, Manomet. Only South Beach is public. No lifeguards. 


 

 

Area Golf Courses 



 

Green Harbor Golf Club 

624 Webster Street 

Marshfield, MA  

781-834-7303 

 

North Hill Country Club 

29 Merry Ave 

Duxbury, MA 

781-934-3249 

 

Pembroke Country Club 

94 West Elm Street 

Pembroke, MA 

781-826-5191 

 

Rockland Golf Course 

276 Plain Street 

Rockland, MA 

781-878-5836 

 

South Shore Country Club 

274 South Street 

Hingham, MA 

781-749-1717 

 

Widow’s Walk Golf Course 

250 The Driftway 

Cohasset, MA 

781-544-7777 



 

 

About the town of Scituate 



 

Scituate is a small to mid-sized seacoast community    

located equidistant between Boston and Plymouth. In the 375 

years since its incorporation, it has evolved from a summer 

colony to a residential community but has managed to retain 

some of the flavor of its past. Ocean-related recreational ac-

tivities make it a very desirable place in which to live and to 

raise families. 

Its Town Pier accommodates a working fishing fleet and that

coupled with three business areas, represents   commercial in-

terests in the town. Scituate also has a strong sense of its history and commemorates its 

founding in August each year via the celebration of "Heritage Days". 

Historic points of interest include: Scituate Lighthouse, The Old Oaken Bucket Homestead 

and Well, The Lawson Tower, Stockbridge Mill and the Cudworth House as well as the Lit-

tle Red School House which is the home of the  

Scituate Historical Society

The Town of Scituate is a delightful mix of rural, suburban and seaside lifestyles within a 



25 mile ride to the City of Boston. 

 

Scituate Public Schools 

Cushing Elementary (781) 545-8770 

Hatherly Elementary (781) 545-8780 

Jenkins Elementary (781) 545-9410 

Wampatuck Elementary (781) 545-8790 

Gates Intermediate (781) 545-8760 

Scituate High (781) 545-8750 



For more information on public schools: 

http://www.mpsd.org/ 



For community profiles, administrative 

Information, & MCAS scores: 

http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/ 

Please visit 

www.town.scituate.ma.us/ 

to learn more about Scituate & the following: 

 

~Neighborhood Associations   



~Places of Worship 

 

~Town Government 



~Service 

Organizations 

  ~Youth 

Sports & Scouts   

~Town Boards 

~Social 


Organizations 

  ~Recreation 

Areas 

  ~Town 


Committees 

~Fraternal 

organizations 

  ~Utility Informtion 

 

~Phone Numbers  



 

 

About the town of Marshfield 



 

Established in 1640, Marshfield’s fertile land and 

marshes provided the early settlers with rich farmland and 

thriving homesteads.  Later the navigable North River 

spawned shipyards and with the building of the Boston to Ply-

mouth Railroad, Marshfield became a favorite summer desti-

nation for well-to-do visitors. 

 

Today, or course, Marshfield is a  



prosperous, residential community offering the benefits of an 

affordable lifestyle in a  

delightful waterfront setting.  The schools are very good, as are 

community services.  Recreational opportunities are virtually endless.  And the town is so 

pretty, with varied landscape and 5 miles of ocean beachfront and 20 miles of rivers, ponds, 

streams and marshes. 

 

On a clear day a resident standing atop a hill overlooking the  



Atlantic can not only see Provincetown, 26 miles away, but with a slight turn of the head, 

relish the view of the unique charms of his own town that spices New England colonial 

charm with seafaring flavor. 

 

 



Marshfield Public Schools 

Eames Elementary (781) 834-5090 

Martinson Elementary (781) 834-5025 

South River (781) 834-5030 

Daniel Webster (781) 834-5045 

Gov. Edward Winslow (781) 834-5060 

Furnace Brook Middle (781) 834-5020 

Marshfield High (781) 834-5050 



For more information on public schools: 

http://www.mpsd.org/ 



For community profiles, administrative 

Information, & MCAS scores: 

http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/ 

Please visit 

www.townofmarshfield.org 

to learn more about Marshfield & the following: 

 

~Neighborhood Associations   



~Places of Worship 

 

~Town Government 



~Service 

Organizations 

  ~Youth 

Sports & Scouts   

~Town Boards 

~Social 


Organizations 

  ~Recreation 

Areas 

  ~Town 


Committees 

~Fraternal 

organizations 

  ~Utility Informtion 

 

~Phone Numbers  



 

 

About the town of Hanover 



 

Hanover, originally a part of Cohasset, was first settled in 

1649.  The town was incorporated in 1727 and named in honor of 

King George I of the ruling “House of Hanover”. 

 

The North River played an important part in the town’s his-



tory.  Shipbuilding, gristmills, sawmills and iron forges dotted its 

banks.  Bog iron mining (iron ore deposits mined in and around the 

bogs) was another important industry, producing anchors, cannon 

balls, bells, stoves and hollow ware.  The anchor for the USS Con-

stitution (Old Ironside) was cast here. 

 

Today, Hanover is a thriving residential community but, happily, one that has retained 



its old-fashioned rural New England charm.  The white clapboard Town Hall, the many 

Revolutionary era homes, quiet residential neighborhoods, the herring run, and town park 

provide delightful contrast to the modern school system, the Hanover Mall and many other 

modern facilities.  This, combined with exceptional recreational and cultural activities, an 

almost unlimited selection of dining establishments and an abundance of historic sites, 

makes Hanover an exceptional town. 

 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

Hanover Public Schools 

Cedar Elementary (781) 878-7228 

Center Elementary (781) 826-2631 

Sylvester Elementary (781) 826-3844 

Hanover Middle (781) 871-1122 

Hanover High (781) 878-5450 

For more information on public schools: 

http://www.hanoverschools.org 



For community profiles, administrative 

Information, & MCAS scores: 

http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/ 

Please visit 

www.hanover-ma.gov 

to learn more about Hanover & the following: 

 

~Neighborhood Associations   



~Places of Worship 

 

~Town Government 



~Service 

Organizations 

  ~Youth 

Sports & Scouts   

~Town Boards 

~Social 


Organizations 

  ~Recreation 

Areas 

  ~Town 


Committees 

~Fraternal 

organizations 

  ~Utility Informtion 

 

~Phone Numbers  



 

 

About the town of Duxbury 



 

John Alden and Myles Standish were among the first settlers 

in Duxbury way back in the early 1600’s.  Initially a farming  

community, Duxbury gained world renown status in the 18th cen-

tury for the fine ships built there.  Later, fishing became a major 

 industry. 

 

Today, after more than three centuries as a relatively quiet 



summer community, Duxbury is thriving. 

 

The spectacular harbor, the beautiful 5 mile long sandy  



peninsula, the sea captains homes and other fine colonial homes that line Washington Street, 

all add to the special charm of the authentic New England colonial town. 

 

Living in Duxbury is something more, though.  In addition to the obvious benefits, 



Duxbury is sound.  Yes, sound.  The school system, on a 75 acre campus, is rated excellent, 

town services and programs are varied and comprehensive, and town planning and develop-

ment has been thoughtful and effective as evidenced by the quality of new homes and new 

home areas in town. 

 

Duxbury is truly an enchanting town that offers a most pleasant and satisfying way of 



life.  A place that anyone would love to call home. 

 

 



 

 

 



Duxbury Public Schools 

Chandler Elementary (781) 934-7680 

Alden Elementary (781) 934-7630 

Duxbury Middle (781) 934-7640 

Duxbury High (781) 934-7650 

For more information on public schools: 

http://www.duxbury.k12.ma.us/index.html 



For community profiles, administrative 

Information, & MCAS scores: 

http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/ 

 

Please visit 



www.town.duxbury.ma.us/default.shtml 

to learn more about Duxbury & the  

following: 

 

~Neighborhood Associations   



~Places of Worship 

 

~Town Government 



~Service 

Organizations 

  ~Youth 

Sports & Scouts   

~Town Boards 

~Social 


Organizations 

  ~Recreation 

Areas 

  ~Town 


Committees 

~Fraternal 

organizations 

  ~Utility Informtion 

 

~Phone Numbers  



 

 

About the town of Norwell 



 

Norwell first settled around 1634, was later named after 

Henry Norwell, a prominent and well-to-do summer resident.  The 

North River, meandering eleven miles to the ocean, allowed Nor-

well to develop as a farming community and as a builder of many 

of the finest ships of her day including frigates, schooners and 

whaling ships. 

 

Today the North River, the salt marshes, the pine forests, and 



the 500 acres of town conversation land typify the character and 

flavor of this pretty New England town.  Modern schools and other 

municipal buildings blend perfectly with the old colonial homes on Main Street, the wooded 

country roads, the open fields and old stone walls that give Norwell its unique charm. 

 

Excellent recreational facilities, convenient shopping, easy access to Boston and spe-



cial places like the South Shore Natural Science Center, Black Pond Preserve and, of course, 

the unspoiled North River make Norwell a town that is great to live in.  

 

 

 



 

Norwell Public Schools 

Cole Elementary (781) 659-8823 

Vinal Elementary (781) 659-8820 

Norwell Middle (781) 659-8814 

Norwell High (781) 659-8810 

For more information on public schools: 

http://www.norwellschools.org/ 



For community profiles, administrative 

Information, & MCAS scores: 

http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/ 

 

Please visit 



www.norwellma.virtualtownhall.net 

to learn more about Norwell & the following: 

 

~Neighborhood Associations   



~Places of Worship 

 

~Town Government 



~Service 

Organizations 

  ~Youth 

Sports & Scouts   

~Town Boards 

~Social 


Organizations 

  ~Recreation 

Areas 

  ~Town 


Committees 

~Fraternal 

organizations 

  ~Utility Informtion 

 

~Phone Numbers  



 

 

About the town of Hull 



 

Founded in 1622, and incorporated in 1647, the first  

settlement in Hull was a trading post erected by refugees who were 

expelled from Plymouth Colony for sedition and alleged  

profanation of the church.  Not surprisingly, fishing was the pre-

dominant early industry before the community’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’s Hull is a prized residential town a bedroom  



community with an ocean view.  The three principal ‘hills’ Allerton, Strawberry, and Hull, 

typify Hull’s home style variety, which ranges from expensive single family homes and  

gracious colonials, to cottages and condominiums. 

 

Schools, government, town services and land recreation facilities are all very good.  



Residents have a multitude of civic and social organization to choose from as well as a host 

of entertainment and dining facilities.  But it is the surrounding sea - the scent of it, the sight 

of it, the fun of it - that makes Hull so unique. 

 

 



           

 

Hull Public Schools 

Lillian M. Jacobs Memorial (781) 925-4400 

Memorial Middle (781) 925-2040 

Hull High (781) 925-3000 

For more information on public schools: 

http://www.town.hull.ma.us/ 



For community profiles, administrative 

Information, & MCAS scores: 

http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/ 

 

Please visit 



www.town.hull.ma.us 

to learn more about Hull & the following: 

 

~Neighborhood Associations   



~Places of Worship 

 

~Town Government 



~Service 

Organizations 

  ~Youth 

Sports & Scouts   

~Town Boards 

~Social 


Organizations 

  ~Recreation 

Areas 

  ~Town 


Committees 

~Fraternal 

organizations 

  ~Utility Informtion 

 

~Phone Numbers  



 

 

About the town of Hingham 



Incorporated in 1635, Hingham was the 

twelfth town founded in Massachusetts. 

Primarily a residential community, 

Hingham is connected to Boston by high-

way, bus, commuter boat and in the near 

future, the restored Greenbush commuter 

rail line. It has multiple recreation sites on 

fresh and salt water and within parkland.  

It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and 

Cohasset on the north, Cohasset and Cohasset on the east, Norwell and Rockland on the 

south, and Weymouth on the west. Hingham is 15 miles southeast of Boston; 30 miles 

north of Plymouth; 42 miles from Providence, Rhode Island; and 218 miles from New 

York City.  The town's history is reflected in its many immaculately kept antique houses, 

including the "Old Ordinary" on Lincoln Street, which now houses the Hingham Historical 

Society Museum. Derby Academy, founded in 1784, is the oldest co-educational school in 

the country and Hingham's First Parish Old Ship Church is the oldest wooden structure in 

the country in continuous use as a place of worship. The beauty, rustic charm, quaintness 

& serenity make Hingham a truly wonderful place to live.  



Hingham Public Schools 

Foster Elementary (781) 741-1520 

Plymouth River Elementary (781) 741-1530 

South Elementary (781) 741-1540 

Hingham Middle School (781) 741-1550 

Hingham High (781) 741-1560 



For more information on public schools: 

http://www.hinghamschools.com 



For community profiles, administrative 

Information, & MCAS scores: 

http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/ 

 

Please visit 



www.hingham-ma.com 

to learn more about Hingham & the following: 

 

~Neighborhood Associations   



~Places of Worship 

 

~Town Government 



~Service 

Organizations 

  ~Youth 

Sports & Scouts   

~Town Boards 

~Social 


Organizations 

  ~Recreation 

Areas 

  ~Town 


Committees 

~Fraternal 

organizations 

  ~Utility Informtion 

 

~Phone Numbers  



 

 

Children Activities 



South Shore Community Center 

 

South Shore Natural Science Center 

3 North Main Street 

 

 

 



Jacobs Lane  

Cohasset, 

MA 

    Norwell, 



MA 

781-383-0088       781-659-2559 

 

Cohasset Recreation Department 

 

 

Meadowcroft Day Camp 

600 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy  

 

260 Bowker St 



 

Cohasset, MA 

 

 

 



 

 

Norwell, MA 



781-545-8738       781-659-2362 

 

The Little House of Arts   South 



Shore 

YMCA 

157 


Front 

Street 


    75 

Mill 


Rd 

Cohasset, 

MA 

     Hanover, 



MA 

781-545-9326       781-829-8589 

 

Pilgrim Area Skating Arena   

 

Webb’s Pro-Fitness Center 

75 


Recreation 

Road    Rte 

53 

Hingham, 



MA 

    Norwell, 

MA 

781-749-6660       781-878-7900 



 

 

 



 

 

Cohasset Recreation 

Town Hall 

41 Highland 

781-383-4109 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

  



 

 

HELPFUL COHASSET TELEPHONE NUMBERS 



 

 

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage (781) 383-9202 



 

 

11 S. Main Street 



Cohasset, MA 02050 

Bus. 781-383-9202 

Fax  781-383-0772 

www.NewEnglandMoves.com 

 

Board of Assessors 781-383-4114 

Board of Selectmen/Town Manager 

781-383-4105 

Board of Health 

781-383-4116 

Building Inspector/Zoning Board 

781-383-4112 

Conservation Commission 

781-383-4119 

Council on Aging 

781-383-9112 

Fire Department, Non-emergency 

781-383-0616 

Harbormaster 

781-383-0863 

Health, Board of 

781-383-4116 

Highway Department/Public Works 

781-383-0273 

Housing Authority 

781-383-1948 

Planning Board/Sewer Commission 

781-383-4118 

Police Department-Non-emergency 

781-383-1055 

Public Library 

781-383-1348 

Public Nurse 

781-383-0771 

Recreation Department 

781-383-4109 

Recycling Center 

781-383-9627 


 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

  



 

 

HELPFUL COHASSET TELEPHONE NUMBERS 



 

 

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage (781) 383-9202 



 

 

11 S. Main Street 



Cohasset, MA 02050 

Bus. 781-383-9202 

Fax  781-383-0772 

www.NewEnglandMoves.com 

 

Police/Fire Emergency, Ambulance 

911 

Police Emergency-Alternate Emergency # 

781-383-6047 

School Department 

781-383-6100 

     Deer Hill 

781-383-6115 

     Metco 

781-383-6105 

     Middle & High School 

781-383-6100 

     Osgood School 

781-383-6117 

Tax Collector 

781-383-4102 

Town Clerk 

781-383-4100 

Treasurer 

781-383-4102 

Tree & Park Department 

781-383-6709 

UTILITIES: 

  

Water Department 

781-383-0057 

KeySpan Energy Delivery (Gas) 

800-532-9600 

AT&T Broadband (Cable) 

888-633-4266 

Massachusetts Electric Company 

1-800-322-3223 

Aquarion Water Co of MA 

800-759-2220 


 

 

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A COMMITMENT TO OUR COMMUNITY 



 

The agents and employees of the Cohasset Office of Coldwell Banker Residential Bro-

kerage have been involved in many community organizations and continue to support the 

community as a whole.  We have sponsored events, donated our time, participated in pro-

gram book advertisements for worthwile causes and this list continues to grow each day.  

Some of our recent work includes sponsorship and participation in many events for Com-

munity Servings, The Home for Little Wanderers, The National Center on Family Home-

lessness, Cohasset Food Pantry and the others listed below. 

 

Aids 


Action 

Committee 

    League 

of 


Woman 

Voters 


American 

Cancer 


Society 

    Make-a-Wish 

Foundation 

American 

Diabetes 

Foundation 

   Massachusetts Assoc for the Blind 

American 

Heart 

Association 



   MADD 

American 

Legion 

     MDA 



Anti-Defamation 

League 


    MSPCA 

Avon 


Breast 

Cancer 


Walk    N.E. 

AIDS 


Ride 

Carolina 

Hill      One 

Family, 


Inc 

Catholic 

Charities 

of 


Boston 

   Pan 


Mass 

Challenge 

Children’s 

Hospital     Pine 

Street 

Inn 


Dianne 

DeVanna 


Center 

    Project 

Bread 

DOVE       Ronald 



McDonald 

House 


Easter 

Seals 


      Cohasset 

Community 

Center 

ESAC 


       Cohasset 

Senior 


Center 

Friends of Mass general Cancer Center 

 

South Shore Families in Need 



Franciscan 

Sisters 


     Special 

Olympics 

Friends of Dana Farber Cancer 

Inst 


  St. 

Francis 


House 

GLAD 


 

 

 



 

 

 



United Way 

Habitat 


for 

Humanity 

    Wellspring 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

WGBH 


        Youville 

Hospital 




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