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The Pinehills, Plymouth, Massachusetts The Pinehills is a community of homes set in the third-largest pine ecosystem in the world. In just over ten years, more than 1,700 homes have been built by a variety of builders. Each area has its own feel, its own style, and a slightly different package of...
The Pinehills in Plymouth, Massachusetts The Pinehills is a community of homes set in the third-largest pine ecosystem in the world. In just over ten years, more than 1,700 homes have been built by a variety of builders. Each area has its own feel, its own style, and a slightly different package ...
For Speechless Sundays Here's another fabulous photo, taken by imcndbl, in Rivermoor, Scituate Contact me to sell your home, or to arrange a private showing of any home for sale on the South Shore Follow me on Facebook atBrad MacKenzie HomesDuxbury HomesLuxury Homes on the South Shore
America's Cup sailing yacht, Oracle, turns on its foil at 40+ mph This is amazing. I can't think of a similar feat in the panoply of sport. This new technology, applied to the sport of kings, is truly revolutionary, in so many ways. These two yachts simply didn't exist -- no one nowhere had anyt...
Powder Point, Duxbury The Powder Point neighborhood in Duxbury has two main roads that encircle the peninsula. King Caesar Road runs down the south side to the Gurnet Bridge, and Powder Point Avenue runs back along the north side toward the center of Duxbury. The Gurnet Bridge is often called the...
Standish Shores, Duxbury The Standish Shores neighborhood is a private, quiet peninsula in Duxbury. Captain Myles Standish lived here, in an area that was known in the 1600s as the Nook. Now a monument to Captain Standish stands in the middle of a state park bearing his name on Standish Shores. T...
Snug Harbor, Duxbury The Snug Harbor neighborhood is on Duxbury Bay in the center of Washington Street. The nearest cross street is Harrison Street. Washington Street runs along the north half of the shoreline in Duxbury from Powder Point to Hall's Corner. Bay Road runs along the southern half of...
The Middle and High School neighborhood, Duxbury The campus of the Duxbury Middle School and the Duxbury High School is on St. George Street, east of Tremont Street (Route 3A). For the moment, the High School is on one side of the street and the Middle School is on the other side, along with the ...
Tinkertown, Duxbury The Duxbury neighborhood of Tinkertown is an area on the southwest side of Duxbury. The area runs along both sides of Elm Street and Tobey Garden, north of Tremont Street, from Tremont Street up to the Route 3 overpass. Tinkertown was established in 1757. Many tinkers and othe...
Apple Hill Lane, Duxbury The Duxbury neighborhood of Apple Hill Lane is a cul-de-sac neighborhood on the west side of Duxbury, near the Chandler Elementary School. In the past few years, homes in this neighborhood have sold for $495,000 to about $550,000. The Duxbury public schools start with C...