About Hewitts Landing Condo
The glittering deep blue sea serves as the backdrop for , an upscale residential condominium with breathtaking coastal views and a glorious oceanfront setting in Hingham, Massachusetts. Comprising 150 condominium houses split between multiple two- and three-story townhomes—including USS Buckley, HMS Stayner, HMS Whitaker, and HMS Halstead—this picturesque community stretches across 28 acres across from Hingham Shipyard.
Discerning buyers will appreciate the condominium's picture-perfect location, desirable design elements, and sought-after amenities. Surrounded by fantastic shopping, a 500-slip marina, eclectic restaurants, movie theaters, and proximity to the MBTA commuter boat, Hewitts Landing is the pinnacle of residential living.
Hewitts Landing condos boast enticing features and design elements like spacious, open floor plans with hardwood flooring and soaring ceilings. Living rooms come adorned with gas fireplaces, while the luxurious master suites have roomy walk-in closets.
You'll love cooking and entertaining guests inside your gourmet kitchen characterized by solid granite countertops and stainless appliances. Kitchen islands give you more room for food preparation and storage. The ingenious layout also includes bathrooms fit for a spa and covered decks to enjoy the outdoors in comfort. Some units even feature private elevators.
Beyond the master-planned architectural design and layout of your condo, there are plenty of top-tier amenities to enjoy within the Hewitts Landing community. Guests are privy to stunning harbor views at all hours of the day. Bask in the meticulous, artistic landscaping while going for a dip in the outdoor swimming pool or getting some exercise on the tennis court. Additional amenities include a private clubhouse and a state-of-the-art, high-impact fitness center.
Residents are taken care of 24/7 with on-site professional management and emergency maintenance available at all hours. The condos are also pet-friendly, although some restrictions apply. As an added benefit, residents will appreciate the proximity to commuter boat transportation, shopping, dining, recreational activities, and several major highways.
Around the Neighborhood
The surrounding area of Hewitts Landing is rife with things to do and see. Along with multiple shopping and dining districts in Hingham, there are several local hotspots that both residents and visitors will appreciate. Before you set out for a day of adventure and recreation, you'll likely take a pleasant boat ride on the local in Hingham. The Hingham boat/Hull Ferry takes passengers from Hingham to the Rose Wharf in Boston.
Most residents find tranquility and enjoyment on the peaceful boat ride across the crystalline waters, allowing them a chance for a reprieve and sea breeze as they glide toward their next destination. Commuting is simplified with the boat ride, allowing you a unique way to travel while simultaneously giving you a chance to sit down and relax.
From Boston Harbor, you can take a day to explore the , the largest recreation area in metro Boston. Whether you're interested in learning history by visiting the Civil War-era forts or getting active by hiking along the beach, there's something here for everyone, and it's only a short distance away.
For those who can't get enough of the glorious skyline and science views, explore the 4.5 miles of trails at , a tranquil coastal park residing on 251 acres. This park and conservation area is located on the peninsula and features several tree groves harboring a vibrant ecosystem of wildlife, like grassland-nesting birds and widespread fields attractive to butterflies.
is another peninsula outdoor area replete with outdoor recreational activities. It's an excellent spot for hiking, picnics, and fishing. Dogs are allowed off-leash in designated areas.
History buffs will be endlessly fascinated by the local . Learn about firefighting techniques predating the smoke alarm, 9-1-1, and other modern technology. The impeccable collection of documents, equipment, and artifacts includes the captivating history and story of how firefighting technology has developed throughout the decades, focusing on the New England farming communities.