Senné Associates work and live in the same communities as our clients. There are so many towns and cities to choose from, so we’ve compiled a series of neighborhood profiles to introduce the different communities we serve and give potential buyers and renters a sense of what life is like in each area. If you’d like more information on a specific neighborhood, don’t hesitate to contact us! We’re here to help.
For those looking for a unique and vivacious community of thinkers, doers, and makers in Boston, Allston-Brighton is the answer.
Back Bay offers quick access to some of the city’s best shopping and luxurious apartments, which are surrounded by historic buildings.
Beacon Hill, named for the beacon that warned residents of impending attacks in the early days, is home to some of the most iconic scenery.
The cobblestone streets of Boston are steeped in America's history, and its future is shaped in the city's universities and laboratories.
Brookline’s charming tree-lined streets hold a wealth of history and offer a wide array of food, culture and shopping options. This highly walkable enclave provides easy access to downtown Boston via public transportation.
Cambridge is home to two of the most respected universities in the world, but the city is so much more than that.
From old-school shops to startups that breathe new life into the neighborhood, Central Square's diverse community welcomes all.
Charlestown, the oldest neighborhood in Boston, has been home to a vast, diverse group of people throughout its five centuries.
Boston's Chinatown is one of the last in New England, and its residents take pride in the legacy and the future of this neighborhood.
Dorchester is Boston's biggest neighborhood, but the close-knit communities that have formed block by block are a major source of pride.
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