Just north of Boston Common lies one of Boston’s best preserved neighborhoods and historic districts. Rows of colonial brick townhouses line the cobblestone streets and brick-paved sidewalks. A stroll down to Charles Street reveals a series of artisan shops and boutiques, as well as top-rated restaurants and cafes. The neighborhood’s proximity to Suffolk University and Boston Common make it a great location for professionals and students, as well as those looking for a quieter retreat near downtown. History buffs will enjoy the beautiful Massachusetts State House, as well as the historic Black Heritage Trail--home of one of the oldests Black churches built by African Americans. Visiting the Nichols House Museum, former home of one of America’s first landscape architects, is another great way to get a snapshot of what New England upper middle class life was like hundreds of years ago.
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