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Boston’s historic North End is rich with history and pride for the role it played in helping to shape our country’s future. Some of the most well-known people from the time of the Revolutionary War made their homes in this small Boston community. Paul Revere was one of the most famous of its residents. Irish, Jewish, […]

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The Waterfront area follows Boston Harbor and lies just below Boston’s North End. In the past, the area was known for its manufacturing facilities, while companies along Boston Harbor used it as a storage hub. Now instead of bustling Harbor traffic, the area is home to restored wharves that have been turned into beautiful townhomes, […]

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The South End neighborhood was developed in the 1800’s and was well-known for its wealthy residents and fountained squares. Over the past 20 years, the area has gone through many changes. Bow-front houses neatly line the streets creating a peaceful and uniquely quaint neighborhood. South End is also home to the largest number of Victorian […]

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Much like its name suggests, Seaport at one time was a large port warehousing district known for its large parking lots and many warehouses. Now the area is a bustling, multi-functional neighborhood that is full of retail stores, luxury condominiums, office buildings, and cultural venues. Young professionals who are looking for luxury property in an […]

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Midtown is a neighborhood where modern is in. It sits along Boston Common, on the eastern side. The area has undergone recent changes to revitalize what was once one of the most popular areas in the city. The neighborhood is very compact and includes the thriving Theater District. When spanning from one side of the […]

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New, concierge-style developments like Parris Landing and Flagship Wharf stand near charming single-family homes ranging from 1,000 to 6,000 square feet. Densely populated, upscale and urban, Charlestown is often exactly what young and middle-aged professionals are looking for. The history of Charlestown goes well back into the 1600’s, making it one of the oldest cities […]

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Anchored by the gleaming, golden dome of the State House, Beacon Hill is one of Boston’s most desirable neighborhoods. It’s quintessential Boston: steeped in tradition but forward looking, with homes that balance their historical facades with updated interiors. Walk out the front door and down the cobbled streets toward the sparkling Charles River for a […]

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Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood is one of the city’s most prestigious and affluent areas. Flanking the Charles River, and within close proximity to some of Boston’s most iconic landmarks, Back Bay is punctuated by its well-preserved urban and architectural designs. Luxurious apartments and condos that have been converted from historic single-family homes offer Bostonians the […]

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