The attraction of Beacon Hill for Boston condo buyers
Being able to walk, ride a bike, or take the T to nearby amenities and attractions is one of the many reasons Boston condo buyers are attracted to downtown Boston, and this includes historic structures. While State Capital in Beacon Hill and the Boston Seaport are the spots that attract more tourists, there are quite a few buildings and sites you can visit without venturing beyond the downtown districts. According to the Boston Historical Society, nearly 100 structures within the Boston downtown districts meet the archival criteria to make them historic sites. The professionals from Ford Realty, the agents with the most in-depth knowledge about downtown Beacon Hill real estate and urban living in America’s Finest City, offer these recommendations for you to explore.
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