South Shore, MA Homes for Sale

The South Shore area of Massachusetts is known for its impressive views, numerous desired communities, and a variety of real estate options. The beautiful harbors, boating opportunities, high-quality restaurants, beaches, relaxed pace of life are all inviting for residents and tourists alike.

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About South Shore, MA Real Estate

The majority of South Shore properties are a mix of single-family homes and condos.

South Shore condos and townhomes start around $130,000 and can cost up to $2 million. Most condos have between one and two bedrooms and one and two bathrooms.

Single-family homes start around $70,000 and can cost beyond $13 million.

Multi-family homes cost between $300,000 and $17 million.

Land in South Shore can cost between $30,000 and up to $4 million.

Living in South Shore, MA

The South Shore is made up of many communities. They include Abington, Braintree, Bridgewater, Brockton, Carver, Cohasset, Duxbury, East Bridgewater, Halifax, Hanover, Hanson, Hingham, Holbrook, Hull, Kingston, Marshfield, Middleborough, Norwell, Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton, Randolph, Rockland, Scituate, West Bridgewater, Whitman, and Weymouth.

There are fantastic educational opportunities for students in the South Shore area. Along with excellent public schools, there are extracurricular activities and programs available for prolific students, summer workshops, advanced classes, and additional courses. Many communities offer vocational-technical training for residents of all ages with night classes available for the working class. There are many post-secondary institutes, including community colleges and universities.

The South Shore hospital is not-for-profit. The regional provider takes care of home health, hospice, outpatient, and acute care for residents. The organization has many accolades, incredibly skilled professionals, and specialized facilities for sick patients.

The communities that make up the South Shore are charming seashore villages welcoming of new residents from all walks of life. There’s a variety of landscapes, including residential towns, waterfront communities, neighborhoods with incredible green spaces, and more. The ocean is a significant draw for many people to consider the South Shore area as their new home.

The communities each have their own well-organized activities and facilities for those who want to join team sports or activities. There’s so much natural beauty to explore on bike rides, swimming, jogging, and camping.

There are deep roots in history in this area of the country. Many towns and cities have dedicated historical sites, museums, and knowledge to gain. There are numerous cultural attractions, including art galleries and museums like The Art Complex Museum, The Fuller Museum of Art, and more.

Residents have access to everything they need in the South Shore. With Boston so close, what amenities are not available in each town, they are close by for people to take advantage of. The premier shopping destinations, renowned restaurants, cute cafes for morning coffee, and a strong arts community, means there’s always something for residents to do.

Each community that makes up the South Shore has something unique to offer its residents. There are many opportunities for those looking to relocate to any of these towns to find their dream home. If you love natural beauty, the ocean, and being close to all that Boston has to offer, the South Shore might be a great place to call home.