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    What does your money buy in Hull?

    Susan Hagstrom
    806 Nantasket Ave. in Hull

    $340,000

    806 Nantasket Ave.

    Year built: 1890

    Lot size: 0.10 acre

    Bedrooms: 4

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    Baths: 2 full, 1 half

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    Taxes: $3,962 (2016)

    A beautiful updated kitchen with granite counters and stainless-steel appliances masks the age of this 1,677-square-foot Colonial, but the charming living room fireplace and refinished wood floors give it away. A block from the ocean, this home has a backyard with an outdoor shower to help you get ready for that après-beach party. This home requires flood insurance.

    $669,000

    48 Highland Ave.

    Year built: 1900

    Lot size: 0.14 acre

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    Bedrooms: 5

    Baths: 3 full, 1 half

    Taxes: $7,035 (2014)

    This 3,100-square-foot Victorian, updated throughout in 2012, has water views on all three levels, a large master bedroom with a private balcony overlooking the bay, and a swoon-worthy wraparound porch — complete with swing — from which to lazily inhale the ocean air. Flood insurance is not required.

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    48 Highland Ave. in Hull

    Jon Gorey is a freelance writer in Quincy. Send comments to jongorey@gmail.com. Follow him on Twitter at @jongorey.