This cosmopolitan, centrally located neighborhood is on the up and up, attracting residents and visitors alike from all around Boston. Home to families, young professionals, and a vibrant gay and lesbian community, South End South is characterized by the bustling hubs of Tremont Street, Columbus Avenue, and Mass. Ave. Elegant brownstones, eclectic shopping, and a broad range of dining options make South End South one of Boston’s less known but locally sought after destinations.
Flanked by Tremont Street, West Springfield Street, Washington Street, and West Haven Street, South End South sits just north of Lower Roxbury, adjacent to the Back Bay Fens, Symphony, and the Museum of Fine Arts. With easy access to 1-90 and 1-93, South End South is ideal for commuters, busy families, and everyone in between.
The South End South neighborhood sees around eighteen sales each year, and sellers can expect to wait around forty-five days before an offer is made. South End South’s desirable real estate has been trading for around $964 per square foot.
A handful of parks characterize the cultured South End South, which offers easy access to Flour Bakery, Jaho Coffee and Tea, Toro, and Orinoco. The South End Burial Ground, along with Blackstone and Franklin Squares, sit to the east of South End South, and the O’Day Playground lies just northeast. Easy walkability to the South End’s many eateries, parks, and bars make South End South one of the larger neighborhood’s best kept secrets.