Bay Village is the smallest neighborhood in Boston, tucked away between South End, Back Bay, and Boston’s theater district. It is roughly 5×5 blocks but is one of the most convenient, distinctive, and intimate places to live in the city. There is a lot of pride and sense of community in Bay Village, as well as a friendly and inviting atmosphere. Much of the Boston Bay Village real estate resemble scaled down Beacon Hill townhouses, giving the neighborhood its historical feel.
The Boston Bay Village real estate is one of the most sought after in the city, and people who live here tend to stay put, so if an opportunity becomes available time is of the essence. Along with being built by many of Boston’s chief carpenter-builders, Bay Village was the center of the movie industry in Boston for much of the 20th century. Boston Garden and Boston Common are located just a couple of blocks away from the northern edge of the Village, keeping the spirit of the city alive at all times.
Bay Village Condos compliment the neighborhoods traditional look, and narrow one-way networks make the neighborhoods urban spaces fairly quiet and pedestrian-friendly due to rare traffic. Sidewalks are paved with brick and lit by gas street lamps at night, creating a scenic route for nightly strolls.