- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 2
- Available: 09-01-2020
- Laundry in Basement
Once an actual bay, the Back Bay was built on top of wasteland created by a dam that no longer allowed for trash and waste to be taken further out to sea. Now, this picturesque area is a shopping and restaurant hub, with assorted green spaces and twinkling lights. The architecture is largely Parisian inspired, featuring the wide, parallel avenues lined with brownstones and tall trees influenced by the then recent Renovation of Paris. The Back Bay is a protected historic district with strict rules and regulations that govern its manicured aesthetic to preserve it as best as possible and is home to prominent Boston markers, including: Copley Square, The Prudential Center, the Boston Public Library, and many more.
A cosmopolitan city neighborhood filled with colleges, museums, and green spaces, the Symphony area is a wonderful showcase of what Boston has to offer. The Symphony area is named aptly so for housing Symphony Hall- one of the top concert halls in the world and home to the award winning Boston Symphony Orchestra. Beautiful brownstones and lush tree lined streets characterize this neighbourhood’s residential streets, while larger apartment buildings and a wide variety of restaurants, bars, and coffee shops can be found on the larger streets like Huntington Ave and Massachusetts Ave. The Green Line E Line (Multiple stops) and the Orange Line (Massachusetts Ave Station) are in close proximity.
Huntington Ave @ Mass Ave Bus Stop 0.1 mi (2 min away)
Massachusetts Ave @ Huntington Ave Bus Stop 0.1 mi (2 min away)
Massachusetts Ave @ St Botolph St Bus Stop 0.1 mi (2 min away)
Symphony Train Station 0.1 mi (2 min away)
Farmer Horse Coffee
Ginger Exchange Symphony
Lucy Ethiopian Cafe
William Morris Hunt Memorial Library