59 Pill Hill Lane


A picture-perfect Colonial landscape of historic ship captains’ homes, Duxbury is a welcoming seaside community along greater Boston’s south shore.

By the time European settlers arrived in the area, Wampanoag Native Americans had referred to the region as “Mattakeesett”, meaning “place of many fish.” Pilgrims flocked to the region, where they came to work on their farms during the warm months and return to Plymouth during the winter. By 1637, Duxbury was officially founded. The town boomed during the shipbuilding era, immediately after the American Revolution. As merchant families began to amass large fleets, shipyards flourished and Duxbury prospered.

Duxbury would soon gain reputation as an idyllic summer resort, with a convenient location just a half-hour south of Boston. Families are attracted to the public schools, library, and wealth of shops and restaurants which give the town a feel of a small, classic New England community. The town has become one of the nation’s go-to seafood and oyster sources. With its gorgeous sand beaches, Colonial homes, museums and galleries Duxbury offers a Cape Cod-esque destination without the crowds.


Restaurants & Cafés

Grab your morning coffee at French Memories or enjoy a sumptuous selection of seafood at The Oysterman. By land or by sea, Duxbury’s finest dining awaits

Private Clubs


Located on Boston’s South Shore, Duxbury Yacht Club was founded in 1875 and is one of the oldest running yacht clubs in the United States. This private club offers golf, tennis, paddling, swimming, sailing and a variety of junior activities.


North Hill Country Club, built on the former Merry Family Farm, features a 3,501 yard; par 36, nine-hole golf course. Designed by William F. Mitchell, ASGCA, the North Hill golf course opened in 1962.

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