The historic neighborhood of Beacon Hill is well known for being one of the most expensive districts in the state. This area is composed of Federal-style rowhouses, and is renowned for its narrow, gas lit streets and gorgeous brick sidewalks. Originally, this area was named after the location of a former beacon, which sat atop the highest point in central Boston. Although this landmark was originally used for warning residents of invasion, it now serves as an archival piece of history that both Boston residents, and tourists can appreciate. Quaint Charles Street runs through the flat of the hill and is lined with mom and pop owned restaurants, shops and cafes. The ideal location is between the Boston Common and borders the Esplanade on the Charles River where recreational activity is at your fingertips.
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