Neighborhood Spotlight: North End

Che posto! Boston’s slice of Italy, aka the North End, is the city’s oldest residential neighborhood. It’s here almost 244 years ago to the date that Paul Revere signaled that the British were marching by sea to Lexington and Concord igniting the American Revolution.

Today, the cobblestone streets are bustling with restaurants, pastry shops, cafes, butchers, and fish markets reminiscent of an Italian village and the waterfront views can’t be beat.

Check out some of my favorite spots in the neighborhood.

    • Mike’s Pastry. Stop in for their famous cannolis. On weekends, the line can be out the door and down the street.
    • The Old North Church. Feel the history of Boston through this landmark that was instrumental in the Revolutionary War.
    • Improv Asylum. Because who doesn’t like entertainment and checking out new talent.
    • Ristorante Fiore. Nothing beats a margherita pizza and glass of wine on the rooftop on a warm, summer night.
    • Daily Catch. Get the squid ink pasta. You can taste the family history and love at this North End staple establishment.

Thanks to the number of parks and quality of the schools, the North End is quickly becoming a top pick for families.

North End Real Estate Market*
Median Sale Price: $800,000
Median Price Per Sq. Ft. Sold: $896

North End Listings

Check out some of the available listings in the North End below.

Contact me for further information about a move to the North End or to set up a showing and let’s get a conversation started.

*Source: Compass Q1 2019