When I worked in Boston, I drove through the South End every day. I was always curious about the brownstones along Massachusetts Avenue and in the little squares nearby. Outwardly, the brownstones are stately and very Victorian. I longed to go inside one and often wondered what they were like when they were new. I envisioned four stories of dark wood trim with detailed crown molding and large, airy rooms. From outside I could see tall windows and beautiful entrances. Since I don't know anyone who lives in the South End, I decided check out Boston Real Estate on my own.
Real Estate in Boston is as interesting as it is varied. I found luxury apartments, condos and lofts, as well as single family homes like the brownstones. Aside from the brownstones, luxury lofts intrigue me the most. At the turn of the 19th century, cast iron framed buildings for light industrial use were built. While these buildings had great expansive windows on the front, they generally housed sweatshops or warehouses. Redevelopment of the Seaport District, East Boston and the theater district has followed the trend to convert these old factories and warehouses into stunning luxury lofts.
Boston is a vibrant city, steeped in history and tradition. Boston is well known for it's cultural center, champion sports teams and educational institutions. If you are seeking a lovely, well appointed home in Boston, check in with Bushari Group Real Estate.
The Bushari Group specializes in city living, and a residential real estate specialist will answer all your questions and schedule private showings.