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Massachusetts is well known for many things, but there are so many more wonderful things you may not realize this state offers unless you live here. Sure, we have great seafood and 4 lovely seasons, but what else? If you are thinking about making a move to Pine Hill Estates, read on and let me clue you in on what you can expect!

The Beaches – Sure, you know we have beaches. Who doesn't? You can spend years on the Cape and still not make it to every one. The Cape is not the only spot for beaches though! The South Coast offers so many options for beach goers. Silver Shell in Marion is a beautiful spot looking over the tri town harbor. You can take a short walk into downtown Marion for a treat or some shopping. You can also take a trip to Horseneck Beach in Westport. The dunes are lovely and the beach is super sandy. Nice big waves are also super fun at this popular spot. West Island on the tip of Fairhaven's Neck has a wonderful beach. It is never over-crowded and is a true hidden gem.

The Seasons – We truly have all 4 seasons. Fall in New England is really as good as everyone says it is. Halloween and falling leaves really are the best. Winter is long, I won't lie. But, it is also wonderful. Christmas and New Years in the north is amazing and something everyone should experience once. Spring rolls in and all of a sudden everyone flocks to the outdoors. Seeing all the dormant trees surge back to life is pretty great. Then of course summer comes and with it warm summer nights and beach days. You are never bored.

The History – One of the original 13 colonies and one of the six New England states, Massachusetts (officially called a commonwealth) is known for being the landing place of the Mayflower and the Pilgrims. English explorer and colonist John Smith named the state for the Massachusetts tribe. Boston, the state capital, was a hotbed of activity, including the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party, during the American Revolution. In addition to its revolutionary spirit, the state is known for sparking the American Industrial Revolution with the growth of textile mills in Lowell, and for its large Irish-American population. Visiting Boston to explore all these points never gets old as you can literally walk the path of the birth of our nation.

Places to study – Massachusetts is known for holding some of the best educational institutions in the world. Not only are there impressive public and private high schools throughout the state, we have some of the world's top universities. Just to name a few: Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston University, Boston College, Babson, Bentley, Amherst College and Tufts. Not that my high school grades would've ever gotten me into any of those schools, but it's no wonder why Massachusetts is voted to have the best education in the nation.

Things To Do – There is never a dull moment in Massachusetts. With countless waterfalls and parks to explore and endless concerts and events under the stars you will never be bored. Cape Cod has a great outdoor musical pavilion called the Melody Tent. There is also the Xfinity Center and the TD Bank Garden. In the fall there are countless farmers markets and harvest festivals. In the summer, you will find endless concerts, parades, and outdoor events.

Pine Hill Estates offers so much more than lovely homes, it offers a way of life in this great state.