Guides

  • Seaport

    Seaport

    Seaport is an area south of Fort Point and is also referred to as the Seaport South Boston area. Within it, there has been a lot of recent construction and…

  • Waterfront

    Waterfront

    The Waterfront neighborhood in Boston is just to the south and east of Boston’s financial district and just to the north of South Boston Seaport neighborhood. It has been a…

  • South End

    South End

    The South End is located just to the south of Back Bay divided by the southwest corridor. Similar to Back Bay, a Victorian style brownstone is the favored architectural landscape…

  • Back Bay

    Back Bay

    Back Bay is the epicenter of Boston and one of the most desirable living areas in the city. It is home to two of the most popular streets in the…

  • Beacon Hill

    Beacon Hill

    Beacon Hill is one of the oldest and most historical neighborhoods in Boston. Located just north of Boston Common, Beacon Hill is home to the capitol of Massachusetts. It is…

  • North End

    North End

    The North End is regarded to be the “Little Italy” of the city with plentiful amounts of home-cooked Italian restaurants, authentic Gelato shops, and renowned bakeries. Located in the northeast…

  • West End

    West End

    The West End name suggests that this neighborhood should be in the west part of the city but it’s actually more eastern and northern in terms of the city’s terrain.…

  • Charlestown

    Charlestown

    Charlestown is a lovely neighborhood just to the north of the North End and West End. It is accessible to Boston by a footbridge to-and-from the North End. There are…

  • South Boston

    South Boston

    South Boston, also known as “Southie”, is located just South of the Boston’s Waterfront and East of Boston’s South End. It is very large in size and for that there…

  • Midtown

    Midtown

    Boston midtown real estate is on the rise, offering some of the most luxurious apartments Boston has seen over the years. Boston Midtown Condos provide high-quality living in a dynamic…

  • Bay Village

    Bay Village

    Bay Village is the smallest neighborhood in Boston, tucked away between South End, Back Bay, and Boston’s theater district. It is roughly 5×5 blocks but is one of the most…

  • Fenway/Symphony

    Fenway/Symphony

    The Fenway/Symphony neighborhood is located just west of Back Bay. This area includes the symbolic landmark and the great pillar of Boston, Fenway Park. Fenway Real estate is among the…

  • Leather District

    Leather District

    The Leather District is a neighborhood of Boston near South Street, between the Financial District and Chinatown. The Leather District is a tightly defined area bounded by Kneeland Street to…

  • Cambridge

    Cambridge

    Cambridge is the city directly to the North of Boston. It is separated from Boston by the Charles River but is close enough to commute to-and-from the city. Cambridge real estate…

  • Central Square

    Central Square

    Central Square is a very historic area of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Widely known for its variety in ethnic restaurants, churches, nightlife, and live music and theatre venues. Central Square real estate…

  • Harvard Square

    Harvard Square

    The historic center of Cambridge, Harvard Square, sits adjacent to the Harvard Yard, and Harvard University. Not only just a commercial center, it also refers to the entire neighborhood surrounding…

  • West Cambridge

    West Cambridge

    West Cambridge is bounded by the Charles River on the south, JFK Street on the east, Concord Ave on the north, and Fresh Pond, Aberdeen Ave, and Watertown line on…

  • Porter Square

    Porter Square

    Porter Square Real Estate has been popular over the years due to its proximity to Boston, convenient access to the MBTA and Commuter Rail, and location between Harvard and Davis…

  • Inman Square

    Inman Square

    Inman Square is considered one of Bostons hidden gems. Although its considered up and coming, Inman Square has some of the most multicolored storefronts and many of Bostons most prized…

  • East Cambridge

    East Cambridge

    East Cambridge is so close to downtown Boston that you can see it from across the Charles River. The commute is short, even on traffic-clogged roads, and the MBTA’s Green…

  • Somerville

    Somerville

    Somerville is a city just north of Boston and bordered by Cambridge, Arlington, Medford, Everett, and Charlestown. Somerville has a number of squares that are centers for business and entertainment,…

  • Brookline

    Brookline

    Brookline is a suburban town on the western edge of Boston and east of Newtown. The northern area is considerably urban, highly walkable and easily accesible to public transportation. Although…

  • Coolidge Corner

    Coolidge Corner

    Coolidge Corner is a neighborhood in Brookline that is centered around the intersection of Harvard Street and Beacon Street. The neighborhood gets its name from the Coolidge Brothers General Store…

  • Mission Hill

    Mission Hill

    Mission Hill is located just west of Boston Proper and very close to Longwood Medical, Beth Israel Hospital, WIT, Harvard Medical School, and Northeastern University. It has public transportation surrounding…