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Bay Village Boston Real Estate
Bay Village is a six-block neighborhood nestled at the heart of Boston, Massachusetts. Aside from being the birthplace of Edgar Allan Poe, Bay Village is also home to historic streets and a family-oriented community.
Exclusive and centrally located
Bay Village is located between two of the most sought-after locations in Boston: Back Bay and the South End. This gives residents easy access to Back Bay’s world-class shopping districts and the South End’s unique restaurants and eateries, as well as the recreational spaces and cultural institutions of both.
Despite its location and proximity to busy areas such as Chinatown and the Theater District, Bay Village retains its small-town tranquility. When you stroll along Melrose or Arlington Street, it’s easy to forget that you’re in the center of all the action.
Idyllic and family-friendly
The community in Bay Village is an eclectic mix of young professionals, couples, families, and students. Unlike its surrounding neighborhoods, Bay Village has relatively few commercial buildings, with only a sprinkling of Park Square restaurants and small businesses on its borders.
With its small pocket gardens and almost exclusively residential streets, Bay Village is the perfect place for those who want a peaceful, green sanctuary, without having to sacrifice urban comforts.
Unique architecture and housing market
Bay Village has one of the most architecturally diverse housing stocks in Boston. You’ll find original red-brick Federal Period townhouses on most streets in the neighborhood but there is also a selection of English Neoclassic single-family homes on Fayette Street, as well as elaborate Greek Revival townhouses on Melrose Street. Near Stuart Street, Art Deco warehouses have been converted into luxury condominium properties.
If you’re interested in investing in this charming Boston neighborhood, you can check out homes for sale below! Top-notch Compass agent in Boston, Jay Jentz, will be happy to guide you through the process from beginning to end. Call him today at 617.201.5704 or email jay(dotted)jentz(at)compass(dotted)com.