The Back Bay of Boston is undoubtedly one of the most highly sought after neighborhoods for those who desire the utmost in luxurious city living. The rows of Victorian brownstone homes are neighbored by some of the top shopping and dining destinations that one could ever dream of.
While many laws prohibit the tampering of the existing buildings, the Back Bay remains marvelously preserved and give it such a unique and charming character. With Boylston and Newbury Streets being the most famous for shopping, dining, and visiting art galleries, the other streets of Beacon, Marlborough, Commonwealth Avenue, and others are well known for having some of the most high-end and rare residences in all of the east coast of the United States.
The exclusivity of living in the Back Bay means that residents are also graced with having the Charles River Esplanade, the Boston Public Garden, the Boston Common, Copley Square, the Boston Public Library, Copley Mall and Prudential Center all within the area. There are also fantastic cultural and educational institutions in the Back Bay such as the Berklee College of Music, the Boston Conservatory, the Boston Architectural College, the New England College of Optometry, the New England Historic Genealogical Society, and much more.