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About Somerville

Somerville was once known as the poor cousin of Cambridge. Today, all that has changed. Somerville has tons of restaurants of all descriptions, great shopping, and excellent transit options.

Luckily, Somerville real estate is still more affordable than Cambridge, and is vary varied in nature. Wood-frame single family and condos in rehabbed multi-family homes predominate, but there are many recently constructed condo buildings as well.

Somerville Attractions

The Somerville Theater in Davis Square built in 1914, is not only a great place to catch a film, but there is also live theater and music as well. Assembly Row has a huge selection of restaurants and stores, including lots of brand-name factory outlets. Eat and drink at a varied selection of well-reviewed restaurants and bars all over Somerville, including Spoke Wine Bar, Sarma, Field & Vine, BackBar, Five Horses Tavern, Rosebud, and the Highland Kitchen.

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Navigating Somerville

Somerville is bordered by Cambridge, Arlington, Medford, the Mystic River, and Charlestown. See map.

For mass transit, Somerville is currently served by the MBTA’s Red Line at Porter Square (where you can also catch the commuter rail), Davis Square, and Alewife. The Green Line is currently constructing service into Somerville with D service to Union Square (to be completed by March 2022) and E service extending out to Medford/Tufts University, also to be completed in spring of 2022.

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