Boston is the Massachusetts hub and capital spanning over 48 square miles making it the largest city in New England. One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston is now home to some 600,000+ residents that live in many of the different neighborhoods found throughout.

Comprised officially of 23 neighborhoods, it has sometimes been regarded as the “city of neighborhoods.” What makes the city so robust and distinct is the variation of culture, architecture and landscape of each and every neighborhood ultimately offering something for everyone. Whether you are in South Boston, South End, Beacon Hill or North End, there are unique elements to all making visits to each exciting.

Boston’s history runs deep stemming back to being founded in 1630. Home to the scene of several events including the Boston Tea Party, American Revolution, Boston Massacre and Battle of Bunker Hill there is a long standing history which has all shaped what it is today. Currently, Boston has transformed into a bustling economy. It is a perfect combination of industry including financial, medical and education. Numerous top-rated universities and colleges line the city bringing students in droves from all over the world. Due to its high quality of life, many students stay after their schooling and plant their roots here. Housing options are also abundant and come in many shapes and sizes. On the historic side you have classic brick rowhouses and brownstones with both apartments and condos. Peppered in between there are some preserved single families. In recent years due to increased housing demand, many new construction full service buildings have been erected offering luxury residences for the discerning buyer. No matter what your walk of life is, Boston is sure to have the combination of unique neighborhood and prime real estate for you to call home.

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