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.
Downtown Boston comes alive every morning with the rush of commuters heading to work or school, but many people call it home.
Just across the harbor, East Boston is a not-so-hidden gem with a long history of welcoming new arrivals to the community.
Fenway-Kenmore brings together several distinct areas into one neighborhood that holds some of the most iconic landmarks in Boston.
The Financial District is known for its bustling business atmosphere, but it is also home to several high-rise residential buildings.
In just under a square mile, Mission Hill packs in a lot of character and history. This longstanding community is home to a mix of residents.
Newton offers quintessential historic New England charm and lush green spaces, while being only a hop, skip and jump from downtown Boston. Newton is well-known for its high housing prices, strong public school system, and abundant parks and walking paths.
Perhaps best known for exquisite pasta and pastries, Boston's North End retains its strong Italian roots to this day.
Straddling the line between Cambridge and Somerville, Porter Square encompasses the best that both vibrant cities have to offer.
The Seaport District of Boston is one of the newest neighborhoods in the city and is home to a number of public art and entertainment spaces.
Somerville's main streets are lined with a diverse mix of family-owned businesses and restaurants from around the world.
South Boston is arguably the most famous neighborhood in the city, thanks to numerous books, movies and TV shows.
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