North End Homes for Sale
The North End has the distinction of being the city's oldest residential community, where people have lived continuously since it was settled in the 1630s. With historic sites such as the North Meeting House, the Paul Revere House and the Old North Church as well as modern creations such as the Rose-Kennedy Greenway, the North End is wonderful place to live.
Notoriously known as Boston’s “Little Italy”, the North End is full of incredible Italian cuisine. Some locales that have made a name for themselves are Pizzeria Regina, Daily Catch, Florentine Café, Cantina Italiana and many more. And of course the world renowned Mike’s Pastries is the place to go for a sweet delight. Strolling Hanover Street is an experience in itself.
The North End is also home to arts and culture. Currently, there are six of Boston's publicly accessible artworks in the North End, including the Paul Revere and Christopher Columbus Statues and the North End Library of Mosaics. Moreover, the North End Music and Performing Arts Center as well as the Improv Asylum bring in a range of people.
The North End is accessible via mass transit, including the MBTA's Orange and Green Line at both Haymarket and North Station and by the Blue Line at Aquarium Station. There are also several bus routes that can be accessed. Since streets in the North End are narrow and short, a lot of the trips can be made within the neighborhood by walking