South End


Located south of the Back Bay, Boston’s South End offers a mix of commercial and residential areas that provide a different landscape and ambiance street by street. Offering blocks of Victorian brick row houses, upscale restaurants and art galleries, South End homes for sale have become some of the most popular and sought-after in Boston. From the 1960s on, many of the row houses underwent renovation and today, the community is a vibrant mix of both old and new.


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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $300K
Lowest Price $300K
Highest Price $300K
Total Listings 1
Avg. Price/SQFT $340

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The South End Real Estate Market

Few neighborhoods are as representative of Boston’s long, proud history than the South End. A part of the city from the very beginning, South End real estate reflects this pedigree. Containing the largest row house district in the United States, the community is also on the national register of historic places.

While the South End is well known for its stunning collection of Victorian brownstones, the area has become a very hip, trendy area of the city to make a home. An influx of young professionals and families demonstrates the diversity in the area.

Dotted with an incredible 11 residential parks, the supremely walk-able South End has become a smart choice for families. It’s not unusual to see young couples pushing strollers to any one of the playgrounds found in the nearby parks.

South End Community Amenities & Highlights

The influx of this younger demographic in the past few decades has made it incredibly trendy and culturally significant.

Along the with the younger population came an excellent collection of restaurants, bars, boutiques, studios and galleries. Adding to the area's walk-ability is the stunning variety of local artists and business owners that have made this among the most dynamic areas of the city. More notably, the Boston Center for the Arts makes its home in the South End.

Especially with a walk along Tremont Street, it will soon become clear why Boston’s South End community has been repeatedly named among the city’s best neighborhoods for food. World-class eateries like Coppa, SRV, Toro and Kava Neo-Taverna have come together to offer a wealth of choice for locals.

With so many great amenities, it’s easy to see why homebuyers choose to make this lovely neighborhood their home. To start your real estate search in the South End, contact Terrier Real Estate today! Their Boston REALTORS® are here to help.