45 Point Allerton was my listing and I sold that property. You asked a simple question, which has a complicated answer. At the time of that sale, FEMA had produced new maps of Hull and they were not final versions. As is often the case in many parts of Hull, a property can be in more than one zone!! The borders of the property may be in a flood zone, but the structure may not be, or may be in a less risky zone. On this property, the draft maps showed the house to be in the new "Zone X," while the edge of the property may have been in a flood zone and/or a High Velocity Zone. Flood zones effect insurance and the ability to build or expand property. Buyers in Hull should consult with the Conservation Commission, the Building Department, their insurance agent (and of course, their attorney) when buying coastal property. More info under "Buyer Resources" at NantasketBeachHomes.com
The Home Insurance Specialist
Follow the link below to FEMA's web site where you can generate a Flood Map for the area.