The Carucci Group agents are experts on all things Boston - especially the neighborhoods. The array of neighborhoods in Boston is ideal for suiting different lifestyles, with each area offering distinct characteristics.

Boston Neighborhoods

Back Bay

Back Bay is known for some of the most exclusive real estate, cuisine, and couture in all of Boston. Home to the Boston Common, the Public Gardens, and the historic Boston Public Library. Newbury Street is a shopping destination and iconic Commonwealth Avenue features rows of Victorian brownstones.

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is a historic neighborhood known for its classic Boston Architecture and cobblestone streets. It is home to the Massachusetts State House and situated near the Boston Common and the Charles River Esplanade.


Downtown/Midtown is recognized as the heart of Boston and known for its financial and corporate atmosphere. City Hall, Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market and the historic Freedom Trail are some of its landmarks.


Fenway is the home of the Boston Red Sox and many universities. It is known not only for Fenway Park but the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. The nation’s first public school, the Boston Latin School, is located here, as well as Symphony Hall.

South End

The South End is known for trendy restaurants, art galleries and Victorian brick row houses. There are nearly 30 parks in the South End.

North End

The North End is home to the Old North Church and is famous for its strong Italian roots. It serves as Boston’s hub for the Italian-American community with authentic restaurants and cafes along the narrow streets.


The Seaport offers spectacular views of the Boston Harbor and is home to the Boston Convention Center and the Institute of Contemporary Art.


The Waterfront is known for its fine dining and breathtaking views of the Boston Harbor.


Cambridge is known for its prestigious universities and its diversity. If offers an easy commute to Boston Proper and features unique restaurants and shops.



Brookline is very close to Boston and is home to many world-class hospitals.


Newton offers easy access to Boston and is recognized for its school system. It is comprised of 14 villages and is known as “the Garden city.”


Weston is the wealthiest suburb in the Boston area with the highest per capita income in Massachusetts. Highly regarded public school system and among the 100 most affluent towns in the United States.


Wellesley has one of the highest median household and family incomes in Massachusetts. It has a well-regarded education system and is home to many prominent universities


Westwood is largely populated by families and home to five elementary schools and the Hale Reservation recreational area. The new high school offers an artificial turf field and a synthetic track, both open to the public.