South End Homes for Sale
The South End was established in 1728 and is next to Boston’s Back Bay District and close to Beacon Hill and downtown Boston. The main commercial streets of the South End are Washington Street, Tremont Street, and Columbus Avenue. Between 2000 and 2010, the South End grew nearly 12 percent.
In recent years, the area has become one of Boston’s most popular neighborhoods, attracting a blend of young professionals and families. The South End is mostly built of mid-nineteenth century Victorian brownstone buildings.
The South End is home to a multitude of fine dining venues, a thriving arts community, and nearly 30 parks.
It is well known for its tree lined streets, art galleries, and friendly community feel.
The South End is easily accessible from many parts of Boston, with several bus routes running through it and several stops on the MBTA Green and Orange line, as well as the commuter rail.