A Luxury Real Estate Company in Boston Massachusetts.
The Boston Back Bay Area was developed in the mid-1800’s, and has since then earned itself the reputation for being Boston’s premier high-end housing and shopping district.
Beacon Hill offers residents easy access to the most popular outdoor recreational space in the city. Beacon Hill is rich in history, and is known for it's beautiful brick row architecture.
Brookline succeeds in giving its residents a more small suburban feel, while still being in immediate reach of the entire city of Boston. It has a rich legacy of parks and open space.
Cambridge is home to two of the world's most prominent universities, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is a very unique and historic area.
Charlestown is considered an up and coming luxury destination in Boston. Several historic attractions are located throughout Charlestown. There is something for everyone here.
Just some of the attractions in the area include the legendary Fenway Park, Museum of Fine Arts, Symphony Hall, and the House of Blues. It has seen tremendous change recently.
Midtown is a relatively large area consisting of several smaller districts such as the Financial District, Leather District, Chinatown, Theatre District, and Downtown Crossing.
Very rich in history given that this area has the distinction of being the city’s oldest residential area. It is well known for it's Italian eateries and coffee shops.
The Seaport District is another one of Boston's up and coming areas, and is as of right now, the hottest section of the city. It is now officially nicknamed, "The Innovation District."
Traditionally a working class neighborhood, the improvements to Boston’s Harbor have allowed property values to skyrocket, and with it an influx of new residents and luxury.
The South End's residents are a very diversified group. The area is distinguished from other neighborhoods by its Victorian style houses and the many parks in and around the area.
The Waterfront District is a small neighborhood that is the “waterfront” of the financial district. There is plenty to do in this area to keep yourself entertained.