If you’re interested in buying, selling, or renting property in Hanover, you’ll receive over 20 years of sales experience and expertise with Hanover realtor Valerie Ribeiro. Founder of the Local Veteran Fund, a 501c3 dedicated to veterans and active service members in Massachusetts, Valerie offers veterans and first responders a $500 moving credit when they use her real estate services.
Below are the listings in Hanover that are in the MLS. If you see a property that you would like more information on or to view, please let me know. Also if you aren’t quite seeing what you are looking for contact me and let me know what you are desiring. I will be glad to stay abreast and ahead of the Hanover real estate market on your behalf. Sometimes we find out about properties before they are entered and show up in the MLS system. If any fit your needs I will let you know immediately!
Hanover Properties for Sale
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Hanover was first settled by English settlers in 1649, when a farmer named William Barstow built a bridge along the North River at what is now Washington Street. The land was originally part of the westernmost portion of the town Scituate, which later separated and officially incorporated as the town of Hanover in 1727.
The town of Hanover was named in tribute after King George I, who was the first Hanoverian King of Great Britain. Hanover’s early industry was mostly revolved around farming, small mills, and a shipbuilding area along the North River, which later included tack and shoe factories along the smaller waterways in town.
Making tacks and fireworks were among the popular industries in Hanover around the nineteenth century, which later become the site of where the invention of the first tack-making machine took place. Hanover is now home to the New England Football League, and also to the Semi-Professional Football Team, The South Shore Chiefs.
Hanover’s eastern and southern borders consist of waterways, including the North river, the Indian Head river, the Third Herring Brook, and the largest pond known as Factory Pond, which is a tributary of the Indian Head River. With its combination of historical buildings, old-fashioned and contemporary homes, parks, and modern facilities, Hanover perfectly blends the old and new.
Hanover has many open spaces and woodlands where family day trips are often enjoyed. Summer and winter recreational facilities are also available for water sports, fishing, boating and swimming. Hanover is the perfect place to call home, and Hanover realtor Valerie Ribeiro and the Weichert Realtors team can help with all your real estate needs today!
Hanover is also the home of the South Shore Vocational Technical High School, which serves the vocational needs of the surrounding communities. There are no private schools in the town; there are, however, schools in the surrounding communities. The nearest colleges are Massasoit Community College in Brockton, and Bridgewater State University.
The town has no rail or air service, though the town used to have rail service on the Hanover branch. The nearest rail service is the Kingston-Route 3 line of the MBTA’s commuter rail service, which passes west of town, the closest stations being in Abington and Whitman.
Hanover is the perfect place to call home! Whether it is listing your home for sale or needing help with finding the right home for you and your family, Hanover realtor Valerie Ribeiro with Weichert Realtors can help you today!