The North End of Boston is well known for being the city’s oldest residential neighborhood. This quaint, smaller neighborhood is home to countless attractions and nearly one hundred fine establishments to enjoy. Stroll down Hanover Street on any evening and choose from numerous delicious restaurants. In addition to dining, the area is chock full of history including the Paul Revere House, Copp’s HIll Terrace, and St. Stephen’s Church. From apartments to condos the North End’s brick buildings offer a wide array of historic classic homes and renovated inventory.
The Waterfront of Boston is home to a plethora of residential and commercial properties. This area has numerous attractions including waterfront parks, top-rated bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Historic sites, statues and buildings are also found scattered along the panoramic harbor views that one can enjoy day and night. Combine all of that with a close proximity to Boston’s Financial District and you have a great place to live.
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