The Back Bay is a living museum of urban Victorian residential architecture.
Eight-block long Newbury Street is Boston's Fifth Avenue, with Brooks Brothers, Armani, Burberry's, and dozens of specialty shops offering fashionable clothing, china, antiques, paintings and prints. It is also a street of beauty salons, sidewalk cafes, bookshops, and at the Mass. Ave. end, stores that sell funky merchandise appealing to students.
248 Newbury Street (studios)
272 Newbury Street (studios)
405 Beacon Street (studios)
Fenway residents tend to be a diverse cross-section of students, professionals, artists, and long-timers with affordable rents who can't imagine living in any other place. After all, where else in Boston can you take a morning walk through the Back Bay Fens, tour an exhibit at the MFA, grab Thai food for lunch, catch an afternoon show at the Symphony, take in a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, and end the night at a club on Lansdowne Street?
77 Park Drive (studios, 1, 2, 3 bedroom)
81 Park Drive (studios, 1, 2, 3 bedroom)
Beacon Hill is home to the famous gold dome that adorns the State House. Its tree-lined streets and cobblestone walkways make this neighborhood a very desirable place to live.
Charles Street is Boston's antique district with an assortment of bookstores, leather-good shops, small restaurants, and vintage clothing boutiques. Dollhouse furniture, Italian ice cream, fresh fruit and the Boston Common are within steps of each other. This street sparkles at dusk from gas street lamps, making it a romantic place for an evening stroll.
Kenmore Square is where the Fenway, Back Bay, and Brookline neighborhoods merge and Boston University begins. You can board one of the Green Line trains at the Square for a surface-level ride westbound to Boston College, or head in the opposite direction for a quick underground trip through the Back Bay to downtown.
854 Beacon Street (studios)
Brookline, MA. is a community with a mixture of busy streets and rolling countryside, upscale shops and village pubs, apartment buildings and large estates. Many professors from area institutions call Brookline home as well as professionals from the Longwood Medical Area who require a quick commute into Boston.
1061 Beacon Street (studios, 1, 2, 3 bedroom)
1077 Beacon Street (studios, 1 bedroom)