The North End neighborhood has the distinction of being the city’s oldest residential community, where people have continuously inhabited since it was settled back in the 1630s. Though relatively small in size, the neighborhood has nearly one hundred establishments and a variety of tourist attractions. It is known for its underlying Italian culture and restaurants that can be found throughout as well as line the infamous Hanover Street. The North End has a mixture of architecture from all periods of American history where one can find structures such as the Old North Church, the Paul Revere House, the Pierce-Hichborn House, and the Clough House all from the 1600’s and 1700’s.
Boston’s Waterfront is home to numerous residential and commercial properties. This neighborhood has attractions that include waterfront parks, bars and restaurants. Many wharfs are found along the coast with retail and residential buildings that benefit from the refreshing ocean breeze and breathtaking harbor views. Ferry service and harbor tours can be enjoyed from one of the many boats docked at port.
Historic sites, statues and buildings are also found throughout along with harbor views that one can enjoy day and night. All of this with a close proximity to Boston’s Financial District makes the Waterfront a great place to live.
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