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Charming tree-lined streets and European-style squares define this family-friendly and diverse neighborhood. Here you’ll find many of Boston’s top restaurants alongside dog parks, cafés, and locally owned boutiques. Residents frequently gather on front stoops, giving the area a strong community feel.

Homes for Sale in South End, Boston

The South End is one of Boston’s Landmark Districts, celebrated for its colorful history, European courtyards, and thriving arts scene. 

Diverse and lively neighbors

The South End is one of the most culturally diverse neighborhoods in Boston. Historically, the area has been a haven for immigrants, the LBTQ+ community, and young families and professionals. Today, residents continue to imbibe that warm spirit of solidarity and diversity through its art collectives, homegrown restaurants, and pockets of public green spaces.

For example, the Southwest Corridor Park is a veritable community hub, where residents and visitors alike enjoy its meandering paths, community gardens, and waterfront restaurants. 

Historically and culturally engaged

The South End is the largest intact Victorian row house district in the country, earning its position in the National Register of Historic Places. 

The neighborhood was originally planned by prominent architect Charles Bulfinch in the mid-19th century. You can still see his imprint in the connected brick bow-front townhouses and in the elegant fountains of its hidden courtyards. 

The richness of this neighborhood’s history is only rivaled by the vibrancy of its culture. The South End has institutions such as the Boston Center for the Arts that houses four resident arts organizations and theater companies, and also hosts year-round art shows and events. Meanwhile, the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion is where residents can watch both major theater productions and local art performances. 

High investment potential

Much of the South End’s housing stock consists of Victorian or Federal-style single-family homes, condominiums, and rental apartments. But, there is also a growing number of modern mid-rises and compact residential developments that can accommodate the influx of new homeowners and tenants. 

The South End’s location in the midst of Back Bay, Chinatown, and Roxbury and the excellent quality of life it offers make it a great place to invest in. Learn more about the South End by getting in touch with local real estate expert Jay Jentz today. You can also check out available properties below! 

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