Nine Beautiful Neighborhoods in Boston

Author: Alecia Pirulis  

Faneuil Hall, Boston MA

Boston, Massachusetts is a slice of Americana. History lives here in the austere lines of Faneuil Hall and the Freedom Trail, beauty thrives in Boston Common and the rest of the Emerald Necklace, and tradition continues at Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox since 1912. Incorporated in 1630, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the country. Top-rated universities such as Harvard and Cambridge continue to make Boston a prosperous and educated city. Thinking of living in the cradle of the country? Try one of these beautiful Boston neighborhoods:

1. Downtown – be in the heart of it all by living in one of the most dynamic and historic downtown areas in the country.

2. Beacon Hill – brownstones and cape cods mix in this classic Boston neighborhood.

3. Chinatown – combined with the leather district, this is a funky, interesting place to call home.

4. Back Bay – the perfect walking neighborhood, Back Bay is shops, cafes, elegant boutiques—and soaring skyscrapers.

5. Kendall Square – love restaurants? You’ll love dining in the fashionable Kendall Square.

6. Fenway-Kenmore – if you live for sports, this is the Boston neighborhood for you.

7. Prospect Hill – this great Boston neighborhood is home to historic Union Square, a farmer’s market, and amazing city views.

8. South End – trendy and expensive, South End is known for art galleries, upscale restaurants, and an outdoor market.

9. North End – As one of the oldest neighborhoods in Boston, the North End is historic and beautiful. Its narrow streets are dominated by curvy buildings filled with shops, cafes, and art galleries. The Paul Revere House, built around 1680, is located here, along with a multitude of other national landmarks.