#BostonCondos #BostonRealEstateAre you thinking about where in Boston you'd like to live? Do youprefera neighborhood that is quaint, charming, and close to parks? Or maybe one that is modern and neartheatre productionsand plenty of fine dining options? Or maybe something else, but you're not sure what? Boston is a city with an eclectic range ofdistinctive neighborhoods to choose from, each having its ownpersonalityand feel. And because the city is so compact, most downtown neighborhoods are not that far apart from one another. If you're considering which neighborhood might suit you best, you may want to start with my Where to Live in Boston overview.You can see more about some of theindividual neighborhoods, including condos and homes for sale in them, at my South End, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Midtown, Leather District, Waterfront, Seaport, South Boston, and Fenway neighborhood pages.Are you planning a relocation to Boston?If you're lookingfor a home in a luxury residential building, there are many excellent options in the heart of the city.Many are high-rise buildings,while some are smaller and boutique-style. The majority of theseluxury buildings haveelevator, central air, and full time conciergeservice. Almostall have garage parking,sometimes by valet, and many also havehealth clubs, catering kitchens, andentertaining rooms on site.If you have any questions at all about buying or selling Boston real estate, please get in touch!Call me at617-584-9790, or send me an email using the blue "Questions?" button below. In my23+ years working with the Boston real estate market, I have made it a priority to buildan extensive knowledge of Boston, itsneighborhoods,buildings, people, and of course the issues that are involved in the local real estate market.
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