Comfortable duplex in Boston's most beautiful, trendy neighborhood

Comfortable duplex in Boston's most beautiful, trendy neighborhood


Jun 2012

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Two-bedroom duplex situated on a quiet tree-lined one-way street; eat-in kitchen and 140sf patio with a gas grill off of the living room. One room has a queen-size bed and the other is set-up as a nursery with a crib. We also have an inflatable queen-size air mattress can sleep an additional two adults.

Located in the heart of Boston, the South End has all of the trappings of the big-city yet it remains a neighborhood at heart. Our neighborhood was listed on the National Register of Historic Places for having the largest district of Victorian brick row houses in the country, many dating from the 1800s, and the South End is proud to be one of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods.

Some of the city's finest dining can be found lining Tremont Street and the arts shine at the Calderwood Pavilion and the Boston Center for the Arts in addition to the numerous art galleries and artists' studios.


Paige's reviews

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More about us

  1. Loving family with three adult children

  2. Mom and dad (Brad and Missy) live on 10 acres of farmland in central New Jersey, the oldest and youngest kids (Tyler and Paige along with son-in-law Ben) live in the heart of historic Boston, and middle-child Abby lives with her fiance Rob in bustling Brooklyn, New York

  3. We enjoy travelling as a family and have an eclectic range of properties to offer for home exchanges.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Toro, Butcher Shop, B&G Oysters, Stella, Hamersley’s Bistro, Sibling Rivalry, Gaslight, Coppa...along with too many others to name! More than happy to share specific recommendations if you'd like..
Cool bars
The Beehive, Delux Café, Anchovies, Franklin Cafe
Cozy cafés
Flour Bakery and Café, South End Buttery, Berkeley Perk Café
Retail therapy
SoWa Open Market, Mohr & McPherson, Hudson, Diseño, Uniform, Design Within Reach, Turtle
Bit of culture
Boston Center for the Arts, Wally’s Café (oldest continually operating jazz club in the US), The Beehive (free live music nightly)
Walks in the park
Esplanade along the Charles River, Boston Common and Public Garden, Southwest Corridor Park
Day tripping
Centrally located and easily accessed by public transportation or car.

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