New, concierge-style developments like Parris Landing and Flagship Wharf stand near charming single-family homes ranging from 1,000 to 6,000 square feet.
Densely populated, upscale and urban, Charlestown is often exactly what young and middle-aged professionals are looking for.
Fall in love with spending time outdoors; picnics in the park and chowder at the local tavern.
Weekends here represent prime time for exploring the many parks around the peninsula. Spread out a picnic blanket atop Breed’s Hill, or kick a soccer ball across the lawn of Paul Revere Park
Boston’s oldest neighborhood boasts historic homes with period detail and Navy Yard luxury condominium living.
Housing stock ranges from brick row houses ringing the Bunker Hill Monument, to traditional wood homes that sing of days gone by. Charlestown is home to a healthy mix of single families and condominiums, with full amenity buildings mostly occupying the Navy Yard.