Back Bay Real Estate
The Back Bay of Boston can easily be argued to be the most exclusive and highly sought after place to live in all of the Hub. With the highest density of stores, restaurants, hotels and more, this area is bustling with activity and has some of the finest real estate around. From popular streets such as Newbury and Boylston Streets where all of the top dining and boutique shopping stores exist, to the Prudential Center, Copley Mall and more, there really is not one aspect affording a luxurious lifestyle that is spared in the Back Bay of Boston.
Much of the Back Bay’s residential Victorian brownstone residences that it is famous for are protected and thus have been beautifully preserved throughout generations. It is rare buildings as such that line streets such as Beacon, Marlborough, and Commonwealth Avenue with it’s picturesque Commonwealth Avenue Mall outside that are met with newer developments and completely renovated buildings that ensure that there really are not two homes in the Back Bay that are alike one another.
The Back Bay is also full of history, and is home to the famous Boston Public Library, Trinity Church, Copley Square, The Boston Public Garden, The Boston Common, Charles River Esplanade and much more. The neighborhood is also next to The Fenway, South End, and Beacon Hill and offers residents and visitors alike a plethora of transportation options.
It is no wonder why the Back Bay, with such history, charm and energy year-after-year represents some of the most in-demand real estate and subsequently higher prices than most neighborhoods that can be found all throughout the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.
Boston's Back Bay neighborhood is also home to a large number of luxury condominium buildings such as The Clarendon, The Mandarin, Heritage on the Garden, Four Seasons, The Ritz Carlton Towers, Taj Boston, The Belvedere, The Somerset, Trinity Place, Millennium Place, Church Court, 45 Province, Windsor Place, Le Jardin and The Marlborough.