The Hingham Shipyard

Today we are going to take a look at the vibrant Shipyard Community in Hingham. It’s a great and convenient place to call home in an awesome town. It is a modern and sought after neighborhood which offers a unique blend of historical charm and contemporary living. 

You may be surprised to know that the Shipyard used to be…well a Shipyard! In the 18th and 19th centuries, the Hingham shipyard was renowned with it building many notable vessels which include probably the most notable vessel, the USS Constitution which is known as “Old Ironsides” and is the oldest American Warship that is docked in Charlestown. 

Today the shipyard looks a lot different. It is a thriving mixed-use development that combines residential, commercial and recreational spaces. The neighborhood offers a variety of housing options which include luxury apartments, townhomes and condominiums where many of them have stunning views of the harbor and 500 boat marina. 

Living here offers numerous benefits which include direct access to Hingham Harbor, opportunities for boating, kayaking and paddleboarding. The neighborhood is pedestrian-friendly with walkable streets, scenic promenades and beautifully landscaped parks. It’s a great community where residents can enjoy leisurely strolls along the waterfront, visit nearby shops, boutiques and restaurants. The neighborhood also boasts convenient amenities such as a grocery store, fitness centers, yoga studios, a movie theater and a variety of retail and dining establishments. 

Some notable restaurants are Alma Nove, Whalburgers and the Trident Galley and Raw Bar. Fun fact, Whalburgers and Alma Nove are owned by the Whalberg Brothers. 

The community also hosts various events and activities throughout the year which include outdoor concerts, farmers’ markets and art festivals. 

Plus the Shipyard offers easy access to the city of Boston. The shipyard is home to the Hingham Ferry Terminal which provides a convenient scenic ferry ride into downtown Boston. It’s a commuter's paradise. 

Now let's talk about housing options in the Hingham Shipyard. 

The Brio
Let’s start with the Brio which is located at 10 Shipyard Drive. This is a 77 unit full service luxury condo development that was built in 2019 and is in the heart of the Hingham Shipyard. The Brio blends convenience and practicality with beautiful finishes, Juliette balconies, hardwood floors, soaring ceilings and oversized windows. There were seventeen floor plans with units ranging from 750 to 2,100 square feet and offered in one and two bedroom configurations. Penthouses also offered roof deck options. 

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The Moorings
Another condo option is the Moorings which is located at 23 Shipyard. Built in 2012, the Moorings is a 26 unit building with seven different floor plans of 1, 2 and 2+ bedroom units that range from 858 square feet to 2,119 square feet. Condos in the Moorings have expansive views, private balconies, high end finishes, hardwood floors and marble bathrooms.

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Hewitt's Landing
And then there is Hewitts Landing which is an upscale residential community tied to the Shipyard. There are a variety of exterior designs with different styles of two and three story townhomes that have 2 and 3 bedrooms and range from 2,144 square feet to 2,696 square feet. The neighborhood consists of 150 townhomes set on 28 acres of land. Features of Hewitts Landing include a Private Clubhouse, Outdoor Swimming pool, Tennis Court, fitness center and on-site professional management. The townhomes all feature spacious and open floor plans with soaring ceilings, hardwood floors, gourmet Kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite counters plus  luxurious master suites. 

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Questions about Hingham, the shipyard or any of these communities? Then find all of my contact information below. I am also more than happy to send along the current availability of homes for sale as well. 

Whether you are looking to buy or sell a home in Hingham or any town for that matter in Massachusetts, then I would love to help.

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