Quincy Ma Homes for Sale
Browse Quincy Massachusetts Properties for Sale Below
Quincy MA is a city rich in history and has often been referred to as the “Birthplace of the American Dream”. Located in Norfolk County Massachusetts, Quincy MA is just 7 miles from downtown Boston. Previously acclaimed for its abundance of granite, Quincy was also a major shipbuilding center. It was at the Fore River Shipyard where “Kilroy was here” became a worldwide graffiti phenomenon.
Quincy is blessed with several coastlines including Quincy’s largest beach, Wollaston Beach. Wollaston beach stretches along Quincy Shore Drive and is a great place to kick back on summer days with the Boston skyline as your backdrop. Don’t forget to stop by for some fried clams or ice cream.
Quincy MA is broken up into 3 zip codes. As you begin your home search you can search by zip code 02169, 02170, or 02171 or by a specific neighborhood listed below. Quincy is made up of a variety of communities, all of which have unique characteristics. From the close-knit community of Hough’s Neck to the bustling streets of Quincy Center, Quincy MA has something for everyone.
Quincy MA Neighborhoods
Quincy Center – The original center for commercial development in Quincy; soon to undergo a $1.6 Billion redevelopment. Vibrant commercial district along Hancock Street including historic sites for tourists.
Quincy Point – A more residential area neighboring Quincy Center. “The Point” to locals is home of the Quincy Shipyard.
Merrymount – Seaside community with expansive views of the Quincy Bay thanks to its hilly terrain. Residents have access to the private Merrymount beach.
Houghs Neck – This seaside community was once a summer town known as the “Flounder Capital of the World”. Close knit community where many homes boast gorgeous waterviews as Houghs Neck is a peninsula.
Marina Bay – Luxury waterfront community consisting mainly of condominiums with a few single family homes. Famous for its boardwalk overlooking a private marina with views of Boston.
North Quincy – Commuter location with easy access to Boston through the Red line. Home of the new State Street Bank complex.