#474: North End
If you are looking for one of the best places to live in Boston, look no further. This 738-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is located on the first floor in the heart of one of the best neighborhoods. The room can accommodate a queen-size bed. This is a smoke-free apartment. WiFi is available, and there is a communal laundry room in the building. Other features include radiator heating, new appliances, and street parking. It is a short eight-minute walk to the Haymarket station to catch the Orange Line and eleven minutes away from the Aquarium station for the Blue Line. Known today for its authentic Italian cuisine, numerous establishments, and variety of tourist attractions, North End is Boston’s oldest residential community. Less than half a mile in total square footage, everything is within walking distance from your home. However small, this Suffolk County neighborhood has a population of over 10,000. You will never have to worry about where to eat or what to do in North End Boston. This neighborhood is packed with historic sites such as the Old North Church and The Paul Revere House. You will no doubt get a taste of what being a true Bostonian is all about by living in the North End....
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