Beacon Hill, named for the Beacon that sat atop the hill to warn locals of foreign invasion is one of Boston's most oldest, historic, charming and fascinating neighborhoods.
Beacon Hill is home to the Massachusetts State House and one of the most notable hospitals in the country, Massachusetts General Hospital.
Brighton is a peaceful yet vibrant residential neighborhood of Boston. It is bordered by Allston, Watertown, Newton and Brookline. It was once called Little Cambridge and was the cattle and agricultural center for Boston's neighborhoods.
Cambridge, MA is the spirited and slightly mischievous side of Boston, located just a bridge away on the North side of the Charles River. Cambridge is packed with international flair and a youthful vitality. It is a city where classic culture thrives and multi-culture is a way of life.
Kenmore Square is at the intersection of beacon Street and Commonwealth Avenue. Surrounding the square are world class hospitals and attractions; Boston University, Fenway Park, Lansdowne Street, and of course the famous Citgo sign.
Mission Hill's name reflects two of the most important landmarks of the area. The neighborhood is built on historic Parker Hill and after the construction of the Mission Church the area has been referred to as "Mission Hill".
"The South End" is a visual as well as a gourmet's delight.
Tree lined streets are home to an amazing collection of architectural designs, Italianate, French Second Empire, Renaissance Egyptian and Greek revival and the Queen Anne era.