Back Bay


Located just outside of the city center, Back Bay is one of Boston’s most exclusive neighborhoods. It’s known for its high fashion boutiques, fine dining restaurants, and local art galleries that attract visitors from across the city. The real estate market in Back Bay is famous for its Victorian-style row houses that have beautiful brick facades and intricate rooflines. Homes for sale in Back Bay are highly desirable with some selling for upwards of $10 million dollars. Discover everything this wonderful community has to offer below!


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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $3.7M
Lowest Price $323K
Highest Price $16.8M
Total Listings 132
Avg. Price/SQFT $1.7K

Property Types (active listings)

Back Bay


Located just outside of the city center, Back Bay is one of Boston’s most exclusive neighborhoods. It’s known for its high fashion boutiques, fine dining restaurants, and local art galleries that attract visitors from across the city. The real estate market in Back Bay is famous for its Victorian-style row houses that have beautiful brick facades and intricate rooflines. Homes for sale in Back Bay are highly desirable with some selling for upwards of $10 million dollars. Discover everything this wonderful community has to offer below!


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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $3.7M
Lowest Price $323K
Highest Price $16.8M
Total Listings 132
Avg. Price/SQFT $1.7K

Property Types (active listings)

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220 Boylston #1209, Boston

$16,750,000

↓ $1,250,000

220 Boylston #1209, Boston

3 Beds 4 Baths 3,363 SqFt Condominium MLS® # 72966736

Michael Carucci Gibson Sotheby's International Realty

410 Beacon St, Boston

$14,950,000

410 Beacon St, Boston

7 Beds 8 Baths 10,255 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 73033196

Maggie Gold Seelig MGS Group Real Estate LTD

1 Dalton St #4602, Boston

$14,800,000

1 Dalton St #4602, Boston

4 Beds 6 Baths 4,361 SqFt Condominium MLS® # 72983615

Maggie Gold Seelig MGS Group Real Estate LTD

251 Commonwealth Ave, Boston

$12,500,000

251 Commonwealth Ave, Boston

8 Beds 9 Baths 11,793 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 73034159

Rene Rodriguez Cabot & Company

251 Commonwealth Ave, Boston

$12,500,000

251 Commonwealth Ave, Boston

12 Beds 12 Baths 11,793 SqFt Multi-Family MLS® # 73032302

Rene Rodriguez Cabot & Company

1 Dalton Street #3801, Boston

$12,000,000

1 Dalton Street #3801, Boston

3 Beds 4 Baths 3,219 SqFt Condominium MLS® # 73019754

Tracy Campion Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate

142 Beacon #ph, Boston

$10,900,000

↓ $400,000

142 Beacon #ph, Boston

4 Beds 6 Baths 3,908 SqFt Condominium MLS® # 72965776

Michael Carucci Gibson Sotheby's International Realty

161 Newbury St, Boston

$10,500,000

161 Newbury St, Boston

5 Beds 2 Baths 6,912 SqFt Multi-Family MLS® # 72974692

Carl Christie Carl Christie

400 Stuart Street #ph2, Boston

$10,250,000

400 Stuart Street #ph2, Boston

3 Beds 4 Baths 3,545 SqFt Condominium MLS® # 73035827

Tracy Campion Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate

100 Beacon Street #6, Boston

$9,690,000

100 Beacon Street #6, Boston

4 Beds 5 Baths 4,140 SqFt Condominium MLS® # 73035969

Tracy Campion Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate

18 Commonwealth Ave., Boston

$9,250,000

18 Commonwealth Ave., Boston

5 Beds 11 Baths 7,950 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 73035727

Dave Costello & Scott Accorsini Team Advisors Living - Back Bay

305 Commonwealth Avenue #2, Boston

$8,995,000

↓ $1,000,000

305 Commonwealth Avenue #2, Boston

4 Beds 3 Baths 4,253 SqFt Condominium MLS® # 72956753

Beth Dickerson Gibson Sotheby's International Realty

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Discover Back Bay Real Estate

Back Bay has one of the most exclusive real estate markets in the whole of Boston, offering million dollar townhouses that date back to the early 1900s. This waterfront neighborhood is famous for its Victorian architecture that boasts red brick exteriors and ornate roof lines. Because of the community’s outstanding location and undeniable beauty, the homes for sale in Back Bay are among the most expensive in the city.

Brick row houses set the stage for Bay Bay real estate, offering gorgeous interiors that feature tall, coffered ceilings, hardwood flooring, and stone countertops. Rich details like these create the perfect combination of stature and sophistication, impressing those with even the most refined tastes.

Many of the homes have stunning millwork in formal living rooms and home offices, which showcase the highest standard of craftsmanship. These homes truly represent splendor and wealth with their high-end amenities such as gourmet kitchens, breakfast nooks, and media rooms.

Although many of these properties were built in the early 1900s, plenty have been recently renovated to have modern amenities that make life not only comfortable, but convenient. Even so, these homes still retain their unique styles from when they were first built, giving these brick row houses charm unlike any other in the city.

In addition to the Victorian row houses, Back Bay real estate boasts brand new townhouses that mimic the designs from years past. These townhouses are brick clad just as the older ones are, but they are completely brand new in their interior designs. Many of them are equipped with the latest technology, such as smart home devices and energy efficient systems. These homes are the perfect option for those who desire the charm of the iconic Victorians, but require the features of the new-builds.

The Back Bay area also has its fair share of luxury condo buildings that grace the skylines with immaculate glass windows. Condos for sale in these buildings are absolutely stunning, providing every necessity required for a comfortable lifestyle. This means in-suite laundry rooms, open-concept living spaces, and private terraces.

Back Bay Community Lifestyle and Amenities

Back Bay is one of the oldest communities in Boston, with much of its architecture dating back to the late 19th century. Around nearly every corner you can spot historical buildings, such as the Boston Public Library, Trinity Church, and the Old South Church, which reveal the community’s rich pedigree.

When the area was first developed in the late 1800s, city planners devised wide, tree-lined streets that would be graced by stunning brick row houses. These stunning streets still exist today, making Back Bay absolutely gorgeous in its designs.

Now, this area is known for its high-end shopping and fine dining restaurants. Newbury Street and Boylston Street are where you will find designer boutiques and high-class restaurants. It has become an extremely popular spot among all Boston residents, and especially for those who live in Back Bay.

In addition to the street shopping, there are two massive shopping malls in the local area, so you never have to travel far for the essentials. Prudential Center and Copley Place are the two most popular spots.

What attracts so many people to Back Bay is its wide variety of parks and green spaces that are peppered throughout the neighborhood. Back Bay Fens is a picturesque park that locals frequent. It forms a part of Boston’s Emerald Necklace. Other fantastic parks include:

  • Boston Public Garden
  • The Charles River Reservation
  • Charlesgate Park
  • Esplanade Playground

Possibly one of the best parts about living in this affluent neighborhood is that it’s located in the center of the city. This means that you can commute to just about anywhere in Boston with ease—either by car or by transit.

Learn more about making this wonderful community your home by contacting Terrier Real Estate today! They’re your go-to Boston REALTORS® and are always happy to help.