Welcome to South Boston!
South Boston, also known as “Southie”, is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the country and boasts rich history and tradition. Residents living in South Boston enjoy plenty of conveniences and amenities. The Red Line Broadway T Station and multiple bus routes provide easy access to Greater Boston and the Seaport. The Fort Point Channel Historic District is a popular hub for working artists and the arts community.
Things to Do in South Boston
Each year, the area holds one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day Parades in the country with a spectacular lineup of marching bands, military vehicles, floats, and a variety of costumes and performers.
Explore plenty of gorgeous beaches in South Boston, including the family friendly beaches at the Curley Community Center and Pleasure Bay. L Street Beach, M Street Beach, and Carson Beach adjoin each other and provide about 3 miles of uninterrupted beach along Dorchester Bay. Carson Beach features outdoor tables, snack bar, and a walkway. Castle Island has some wonderful places to walk, jog, picnic, and swim.
Dorchester Heights, the highest point in the area, offers fantastic views of Boston Harbor and downtown. South Boston is home to a vibrant nightlife and restaurant scene. There’s something for everyone, including plenty of neighborhood restaurants, ethnic cuisines, Irish Pubs, saloon style bars, and much more.
South Boston Real Estate
Many young professionals and families are proud to call South Boston home. You’ll find a great selection of South Boston apartments, single family homes, condos converted from old Victorian homes, and some new construction.
Thinking about moving to the highly desirable neighborhood of South Boston? Start your South Boston real estate search below or contact Rooney Real Estate and let us help you find the perfect home!