What it means to live in Boston

One of reasons so many have called Boston America’s most European city is its unique sense of intimacy, of time preserved, of neighborhood. Beacon Hill is proof. Here “neighborhood” encompasses Boston Common, looks across to the Public Garden, down to the Esplanade. It spills into Back Bay and winds its way toward downtown. It’s walkable. It’s livable. From the grandeur of the State House to the convenience of a drugstore, from elegant parks to pizzerias, it’s your neighborhood.
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Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is townhouses, meeting houses and antique stores. It’s window boxes and wrought iron lamp posts, weathered brick and cobblestone. But it is also your favorite restaurant, shop keepers who know you by name. It’s skating on the Frog Pond in winter, an ice cream cone on Charles Street in summer. And atop it all…the gilded dome of Charles Bulfinch’s State House.


Farther Afield

Boston’s intimate scale makes Beacon Hill an ideal location. Walk across the Common for afternoon tea or an evening of theatre. Stroll past Back Bay’s magnolias and swan boats. Walk to work in the Financial District. Shop haute couture or unique boutiques. Run on the Esplanade, sail on the Charles, and choose from hundreds of nearby bakeries, cafés and restaurants.
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