Boston’s North End is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Boston and has the historic sites to prove it. Paul Revere’s house, Old North Church and Copp’s Hilly Burial Ground are all among the many points of interest in this historic neighborhood. The substantial brick architecture, street lamps, and narrow cobbled streets evoke the neighborhood’s colonial past and offer old world charm to the North End that has for the past century served as Boston’s own Little Italy. Adjacent to North Station is the Boston Garden, the city’s famous sports and concert venue, and home to the Boston Celtics Basketball team. Much of the North End is along the waterfront of Boston Harbor. Residential and commercial space are highly prized here and there have been a great many development projects recently.
Prices of homes in the North End reflect the neighborhood’s central location and desirability. Condominium units are the predominant homes for sale in the North End.