Welcome to Hanover
A quiet and convenient community full of amenities and growing commercial appeal
One of the best places to live in Plymouth County, Hanover is awash with luxuries. Combining rural aesthetics with city amenities, the area sits just 25 miles southeast of Boston. Pockets of verdant green space and picturesque forests can be found throughout the area. Hanover mixes natural beauty with growing commercial attractions, from newly expanded shopping centers to multiplex cinemas. People flock to this quiet city for its charm and quiet tree-lined streets.
Founded about a century after the pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, Hanover stands strong as a great destination for anyone seeking New England charm plus modern luxuries. Even better, the home architecture throughout the area thrives. Residents have many options to choose from, such as well-rated architects based right in the town, or historic architecture, in addition to cozy ranch homes and luxury estates. For quiet, convenience, and a close-knit suburban community, look no further than Hanover.
Things to Love
- Full of commercial appeal
- Close-knit community
- Lots of gorgeous green space
- Home to high-achieving schools
- Top-tier services like public libraries and annual events
Hanover is blanketed in a quiet charm throughout its pleasant streets. Families can grab an ice cream cone after exploring some of the town’s great parks during the summer, and date nights have never been easier than with the plethora of options all offered right in town. Between growing modern options and locally-owned mainstays of business, this area runs the gamut on eateries, fine dining, and shopping. Hanover is home to just under 15,000 people and sustains its sparse suburban allure through attractive natural scenery and beautiful homes. It’s a cinch to commute to Boston and nearby universities, which are some of the best in the nation. On top of that, Hanover is home to its own industries, such as advertising and marketing, manufacturing, and medical services. From small-town charm to new-and-improved commercial outposts, Hanover has it all.
Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping
Blending an array of options from world-favorite brands and restaurants with well-loved locally-owned businesses, Hanover has no shortage of dining and shopping opportunities for any occasion or time of year.
Visit the 3 Brothers Bar and Grill
for warm company, refreshing cocktails, perfectly-cooked steaks, seafood, and more. Or, for a lighter fare with airy surroundings, check out Epicurean Kitchen
, which has locally sourced ingredients. This creative yet down-to-earth restaurant is proud to make “comfort food with a twist.”
International foodies will love Tsang’s Village Cafe
. A sushi bar, Chinese cuisine, and delightful ambiance along with extensive wine and liquor all make for an excellent fine dining experience. Classy surroundings create a wonderful atmosphere for the fine dining at Alba on 53rd
, which boasts seafood along with other dishes including wine, and a full bar.
Things to Do
The great outdoors beckons, but that’s not where Hanover’s options end. In addition to the parks and green spaces are cinemas and more.
The community of Hanover looks forward to enjoying Hanover Day
every year! Complete with car shows, artists, food vendors, and more, there’s more than enough fun for Hanover residents of every age. Celebrate the holidays in a unique, community-forward way at the annual New England Holiday Craft Spectacular
, which has countless artisan crafts and foods.
Forge Pond Park has it all—parks, natural scenery, athletic fields, and sports are all found here. A recreational game of baseball is as easy as walking your dog around the paths. For a more rugged yet still well-taken-care-of natural excursion, spend an afternoon at Folly Hill and Bog Iron Trails
. With 38 acres of preserved woods, there’s more than enough for every nature-lover out there.