The South End of Boston, Massachusetts is primarily composed of stately mid-nineteenth century bowfronts – aesthetically uniform rows of five-story brick buildings which are used for both commercial and residential purposes. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and preserved by the South End Historical Society and Landmarks Commission, the neighborhood continues to maintain its original charm. This, coupled with numerous delectable restaurants and lively bars which are a destination for those both in and outside of the city have made for a highly desirable place to live and visit.
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