Beacon Hill, with its brick sidewalks and gas streetlights is the oldest historic district in Massachusetts. The neighborhood retains the charm of a village with the convenience of city living. Walking along Charles Street, you will discover grocery stores, specialty shops, antique stores and even a post office.
Commonwealth Avenue with its grand boulevard is the centerpiece of the elegant Back Bay. Its brownstone townhouses are bordered by the chic shops of Newbury Street and the natural splendor of the Charles River and the Esplanade.
The fashionable South End is home to a diverse community with beautifully restored Victorian townhouses and condominiums. The neighborhood is sprinkled with gourmet restaurants and boutiques. It is also home to the Boston Ballet.
Bay Village is home to many fine examples of Greek revival architecture. It’s nestled away between Beacon Hill and the South End, yet steps away from everything.