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Welcome to Boston's North End

North End, Boston is one of the city's most historic and picturesque neighborhoods, with a rich cultural heritage that reflects its Italian roots. This vibrant community offers residents and visitors an array of culinary delights, stunning architecture, and exciting entertainment options. Whether you're a food lover, history buff, or art enthusiast, North End has something for everyone.

North End Culture

Located in the heart of Boston, the North End is a lively neighborhood characterized by its narrow streets and beautiful brick buildings. The area is home to over 100 Italian restaurants, bakeries, and cafes, as well as specialty shops, boutique stores, and galleries. The neighborhood is also known for its historic landmarks, including the Paul Revere House and the Old North Church, both of which played significant roles in American history. The area boasts several other notable landmarks, such as the Copp's Hill Burying Ground, which offer even more of a glimpse into the neighborhood's rich history. Additionally, the North End features several annual events celebrating the region's traditions and culture, such as Saint Anthony's Feast and the Fisherman's Feast.

In the North End, you'll be able to easily access other parts of Boston via public transportation, and with a diverse real estate market featuring historic brownstones and modern luxury apartments, the North End has something for everyone. Whether you're a lifelong resident or new to the area, the North End is an exciting and dynamic neighborhood that offers something for everyone. Join the community and experience the rich cultural heritage, culinary delights, and historic landmarks that make the North End one of Boston's most beloved neighborhoods.

If you're interested in living in the North End, or you would simply like to learn more about the neighborhood, contact Remmes & Co. today. 

Places of Interest

The North End offers a variety of entertainment options, from exploring historic landmarks to enjoying a delicious meal at one of the many Italian restaurants. Some of the top attractions include:

Things To Know


The North End is served by Boston Public Schools, a district that offers a range of educational programs for students of all ages. The neighborhood is also home to a private school, St. John Catholic School, and a trade school, North Bennet Street School.


The North End is easily accessible by public transportation, with several subway stations located in or near the neighborhood. The MBTA's Orange Line and Green Line both stop at Haymarket Station and North Station, while the Blue Line stops at Aquarium Station. Additionally, several bus routes run through the North End, providing convenient access to other parts of Boston.

Real Estate Market

The North End's real estate market is diverse, featuring a mix of historic brownstones, modern condos, and luxury apartments. The neighborhood's prime location and proximity to downtown Boston make it an attractive destination for those looking to call the city home. The average home price in the North End in February 2024 was around $1.2 million, with many properties featuring stunning views of the Boston skyline or the waterfront.

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If you're interested in living in the North End or you would simply like to learn more about the neighborhood, contact Remmes & Co. today. Our team of experienced agents can help you find your dream home in this charming and inviting neighborhood.

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