Location, location, location!!! Enjoy 3 Levels of Living in this beautiful Single Family across the street from the beach!! Large back deck and yard w/ water views. This property is being sold as-is and does need work. If your not afraid of a little renovation and would like to make yourself a million dollar home, please stop by the Open House Wednesday, May 22nd, from 5:30-7PM!! The property is located on 215 I Street in South Boston. To schedule a private showing, please do not hesitate to contact me. I can be reached via email firstname.lastname@example.org or on my cell at 617-596-1948.
As a longtime resident with great insight to the history and culture of South Boston and its surrounding neighborhoods I offer knowledge of transportation information, attractions and amenities within the community. I understand that each individual must work within the confines of price, location, amenities and other liming factors and the importance of helping to create the ideal match of home and homeowner. Whether you are looking to buy, sell, lease or looking for a professional agent to show your property and run a background check (credit, employment and letters of recommendations from previous landlords).
I also offer a unique insight into the investment property niche with an educational background in marketing and finance having worked side by side with some of the most accomplished investors in this market.
While being associated with a firm, Capital Residential, that is constantly establishing ourselves as leaders in our market that pride ourselves in the use of technology cutting edge industry standards we work to give clients the latest and most recent market conditions.
Please reach out to me at 617.634.9339 or email@example.com. Consultations are always at no cost to you!
While perusing Boston.com today I came across some amazing pictures in the "Your Town" section that I just had to share. They are aerial shots of South Boston taken way back in the 1920s. It is awesome to see that although this part of the city has undeniably transformed over the years, the proximity to downtown and presence of the ocean still remains. Check it out for yourself here!
Optimism comes from the Latin word optimus, meaning "best," which describes how an optimistic person is always looking for the best in any situation and expecting good things to happen. Optimism is the tendency to believe, expect or hope that things will turn out well. Even if something bad happens, like being down 4-1 in the 3rd period of a hockey game, an optimist sees the silver lining. The Boston Bruins and their fans showed their Optimism last night for sure. The Bruins are the first team in the league's 96-year history to win a Game Seven after trailing by three goals in the third period.
With that being said, I guess being Optimistic pays off, certainly does for us. Boston is the Strongest!! Here’s to winning the cup!! Thank you guys for a game I will never forget!! #Believe #Optimism
The Boston Redevelopment Authority defines the Fort Point District within the neighborhood of South Boston as "an area of approximately 100 acres defined by the Fort Point Channel to the west, Summer Street to the north, the Bypass Road to the east, and West 2nd Street to the south” The area’s name is derived from the fort that guarded the city during colonial times.
Fort Point is a section of South Boston’s Waterfront district that, like the rest of the Waterfront, is a state of rapid growth. Attractions such as the Children’s Museum and the newly opened Boston Tea Party Museum draw visitors and locals. The area houses great dining and drinking spots such as Flour, Menton, Lucky’s, Blue Dragon and Drink. A new specialty market The Bee’s Knee’s offers farm to table goods, house made chocolate and a wine and beer selection desperately needed for the loft residences of the neighborhood. The Lofts at Atlantic Wharf are high end residential rentals that overlook the channel and the financial district.
There really are countless reasons why I love living in South Boston, but this morning I was feeling extra fortunate. It was a dreary morning, pretty humid, and about to rain...but then I realized I live in Boston, I can walk to work, and I can smell the ocean just by having the windows open in my apartment! Where else in New England can you live in a city but walk to the beach after work to catch some rays? I could go on and on, but I will say with the warm weather just days away, I'm excited for what the summer has in store living in this great city!
Memorial Day weekend is the time when the weather turns noticeably warmer and drier, affording great opportunities for families, neighbors and friends to really come out and shine in the great outdoors! Take advantage of living right on the water and enjoy all that South Boston has to offer!!
With the warm weather arriving and all of us itching to get out South Boston’s Waterfront has a unique offering, the Bank of America Pavilion. The outdoor amphitheater sits on the water with a seating capacity of 5,000. Although the venue is used mostly for music performances it venue has the capability of hosting tennis, boxing and circus performances. Run by LiveNation the venue has already booked numerous artists for the 2013 season (see below) with more performances being added daily.
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Please get out and vote today!! Every vote counts!! Polls are open 7AM-8PM!!
Spring has sprung!! This time of year does something to us. We have new love in the air, baseball, barbeques, travel and getting outside. I for one, love that I no longer have to exercise indoors. Living in South Boston, gives me that advantage! I can grab my dog and take a nice serene walk out Castle Island. I can enjoy the warmth of the sun hitting my face, while breathing in the smell of the ocean and seeing tons of familiar faces along the way.
If you live here in South Boston or even if you do not, do yourself a favor and talk a walk along the “sugar bowl”, I’m certain you will enjoy as much as I do. Happy Spring!!