One of the most storied, aesthetically pleasing, and nostalgic urban neighborhoods in the country, Beacon Hill remains as popular as it was when the city of Boston first came to be. Sitting atop the Boston Common and Public Gardens and housing the Massachusetts State House, Beacon Hill is known for its narrow, sometimes brick and cobblestone-laden streets, lined with stately appointed Federal-Style Brownstones. Since Boston’s inception, Beacon Hill has been the premier neighborhood’s for the city’s elite and well-heeled families. The neighborhood is a National Historic District, so while the exterior of many of the neighborhood’s houses look virtually unchanged, many of the homes’ interiors have been extraordinarily renovated and are truly magnificent to behold. Of all the most popular neighborhoods in Boston, Beacon Hill has remained one of the city’s most peaceful and iconic.
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