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Welcome to Boston's South End

One of Boston's most charming and historic neighborhoods, South End is known for its Victorian brownstones, tree-lined streets, and thriving arts scene. The South End boasts several notable landmarks, including The Cyclorama, which features rotating exhibitions of contemporary art, and the Boston Center for the Arts, a hub for artists and performers. Additionally, the neighborhood offers an array of dining options, from trendy cafes to upscale restaurants, that showcase the city's diverse culinary offerings.

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

South End Culture

The South End is a neighborhood with a rich history and culture. It is home to several annual events celebrating the region's traditions and culture, such as the South End Art Hop and the SoWa Winter Festival. The neighborhood is also home to several theaters and performance venues, such as the Calderwood Pavilion and The Boston Center for the Arts, that showcase the region's vibrant arts scene.

Places of Interest

The South End offers endless opportunities for exploration and discovery. Some of the top attractions include:

Things to Know


The South 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 several private schools, including the South End Montessori School and the Cathedral High School.


The South End is easily accessible by public transportation, with several subway stations and bus routes located in or near the neighborhood. The MBTA's Orange Line provides direct service to downtown Boston and other parts of the city, while several bus routes run through the South End, providing convenient access to other parts of Boston.

Real Estate Market

The South End's real estate market features stunning Victorian brownstones and new high-end apartment buildings. The neighborhood's prime location and rich history make it an attractive destination for individuals and families looking to call Boston home. The average home price in the South End is around $1.5 million, with many properties featuring high-end finishes and state-of-the-art amenities.

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If you're interested in living in the South 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 historic and vibrant neighborhood.

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