Welcome to Cohasset
From a historic village center to the lively coastline, Cohasset is a quintessential, classic seaside community.
One of the most elite towns along the South Shore, Cohasset spans more than 31 square miles, filled with well-preserved historical landmarks and homes. Boasting a highly-rated public school system and a wide variety of outdoor activities, Cohasset is the perfect coastal community.
What to Expect
All of the benefits of coastal living with easy access to the city.
When they’re not hopping on the commuter rail or the Hingham ferry to Boston, you can find Cohasset residents immersed in their community, riding bikes along the shore or shopping at the local farmers’ market.
Small town feel with historic landmarks and boutique shops and restaurants.
The Cohasset Common is the ideal New England “common,” recognized for the stately First Parish Church. Home to families, singles and elders alike, Cohasset offers endless opportunities to partake in the local culture, including exhibits and classes at the South Shore Art Center, picking produce at Holly Hill Farm and a round of golf at the Cohasset Country Club. The South Shore Music Circus provides an annual program of concerts throughout the summer and brings in music enthusiasts from across the region.
Some of the most beautiful private beaches between Boston and Cape Cod.
Skip the drive to the Cape and take a walk on the white sands of your own private coastline or enjoy the company of your neighbors at Sandy Beach.
A diverse housing market from million-dollar mansions to affordable homes.
Offering magnificent oceanside mansions, home to celebrities and business leaders, as well as smaller beach bungalows, the elite and young professional can all call Cohasset “home.” With home prices rising year-over-year, Cohasset is a coveted place to plant your roots, with a price-tag to match.
You'll Fall In Love With
The scenic drives along the Gold Coast.
With a slower pace than Boston city life, Cohasset residents make time in their day-to-day lives to enjoy the natural and historic beauty of their town, including the picturesque Gold Coast.