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Blackstone and Franklin Square Neighborhood | By Kate Sullivan

Blackstone and Franklin Squares are two of the biggest parks in the South End and serve as the cornerstone of this special sub-neighborhood.

Blackstone and Franklin Squares were designed by famed architect Charles Bulfinch, originally the squares were intended to be one larger square called
Columbia Square. Present day, the two squares are surrounded by iron fences and feature fountains in the center of the grassy areas. The squares act
as a centerpiece to the neighborhood, with eateries and shops located on nearby Washington Street and Shawmut Avenue. Notable non-residential highlights
in the neighborhood include:

The roughly 3,000 residents of the neighborhood have a median age of 35, and are split 48% Male, 51% Female. This neighborhood boasts approximately 1,700
households, 1,300 of which are 1 and 2 person households.

The 19 sales in the Blackstone Franklin Square Neighborhood over the past 6 months (02/13/17-07/13/17) were on the market for an average of 33 days before
an offer was made. Over the past 6 months homes have sold for an average of 3.5% higher per square foot than the asking price. Buyers in this neighborhood
can expect to pay around $828 per SF on average.

Columbus & Over Group is your hyper-local expert on the Blackstone Franklin Square Neighborhood. Let us know if we can help you find a way in or if
we can introduce your home to its next lucky resident.