Alongside the Seaport, South Boston (often referred to as “Southie”) has also been constantly evolving over the last several decades. Home to an array of individual neighborhoods, the South Boston real estate market features a wide variety of single and multifamily homes and condos.
South Boston Real Estate
South Boston Properties
65 G Street
List Price: $1,899,000
4 Bed / 3 Full Baths / 1 Half Bath
525 East 7th Street #9
Sale Price: $1,115,000
2 Beds / 2 Full Baths
584 East 3rd Street #2
Sale Price: $690,000
2 Beds / 1 Full Bath
Some of the other Greater Boston neighborhoods we specialize in include:
The epitome of a diverse neighborhood, the South End has something for everyone. With some of the hottest restaurants and most happening nightlife spots in Boston, the real estate market in the South End ranges from modern luxury condos to renovated historic brownstones and everything in-between. Browse current listings and recent sales in the South End, and let us know if we can help you navigate this competitive market!
Having experienced a development boom over the past decade, the Seaport is constantly evolving. This seaside neighborhood is known for modern, upscale living, and is home to much of the thriving Boston tech scene. And with some of the most popular restaurants and bars in Boston, the Seaport is attracting a diverse array of buyers and investors.
Brookline features abundant green space and a thriving cultural community. From historic Coolidge Corner to iconic restaurants and bars, Brookline combines the convenience of city living with the serenity of the suburbs.
Charlestown combines the charm and tranquility of small-town New England with the excitement and convenience of Boston. Just minutes from downtown, families and young professionals flock to Charlestown to get more space for their money while still maintaining easy access to the city via public transportation.
Located near the heart of the financial district in downtown Boston, Midtown is home to some of the most luxurious lifestyle condo buildings in the city. Buyers seek out Midtown for quintessential city living, with ample public transportation and many of Boston’s attractions within easy walking distance to the theater district.
Perhaps best known as the home of Harvard University, Cambridge has a European, intellectual feel to it. With plenty of green space and some of the best running and biking paths near the city, Cambridge sits just across the river from downtown Boston.
Located alongside the picturesque Charles River, the Back Bay is one of the most sought-after parts of downtown Boston. From Newbury Street shopping to summer afternoons in the Public Garden, many of Boston’s well-known landmarks can be found within this charming and historic neighborhood.
Beacon Hill is perhaps the most historic neighborhood in Boston. Situated under the golden dome of the State House, and a short walk from the Boston Common, charm permeates the cobblestone streets of this quintessential Boston district.