Kingston Massachusetts is a coastline town located on the South Shore of Massachusetts in between Plymouth and Duxbury. Because it has a stop for the commuter rail to Boston, Kingston is within convenient commuting distance to the city of Boston. Kingston has several waterfront areas that provide easy access for boating and swimming.
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What is it like to live in Kingston MA?
“I moved from Hingham to Kingston because it was affordable and I have to say that I really do love this town.”
“Kingston has a lot of areas and things that aren’t obvious like beautiful farms, antique homes and that historic feeling.”
“The community is friendly here and it is nice to know all of my neighbors.”
“We can go to Boston or Cape Cod easily being right in the middle of both.”
The town of Kingston was designated a “Green Community” by the Department of Energy Resources in recognition of its renewable energy initiatives. The Town of Kingston actively protects its open space for conservation and recreational purposes.
Kingston MA: Recreation
Kingston’s coastline is on Kingston Bay, an inlet to the larger Plymouth Bay. A popular beach area is Gray’s Beach, on southern Kingston. The Jones River runs through the town and there are several brooks that branch off the river, and many small ponds. Kingston also has a town forest and an extensive trail system which runs from one end of town to the other.
The Indian Pond Country Club has a championship golf club and is surrounded by wooded conservation land and a community of homes known as Indian Pond Estates.
Kingston MA: Shopping and Conveniences:
There are grocery stores, restaurants and general shopping areas all within easy access. Additionally, what was once the Independence Mall in Kingston, is now the newly renovated Kingston Collection and is located away from residential areas off of Route 3.
Many Kingston residents commute into Boston using the extended MBTA commuter line which has a station in Kingston.
Kingston MA: Schools
Kingston is a member of the Silver Lake Regional School District along with Halifax and Plympton and shares a middle and high school. There is also the Kingston Elementary School and Kingston Intermediate School. Sacred Heart, a private school, is located in Kingston.
Kingston MA: Climate
Kingston, Massachusetts averages in the low 80’s during the summer months and the mid to high 20s during the coldest months.
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