Beacon Hill is a neighborhood located in Boston, Massachusetts.
Anyone who loves to eat will enjoy the great variety of restaurants in Beacon Hill with their many kinds of cuisines such as Mongolian, pizza and Italian. With a range of nightlife venues here, there is always something going on that will keep you entertained. You'll never be bored living here as there is always something going on in venues such as museums, music halls and performing arts spots. There's no need to spend much money on weekend activities here as so many of the activities are free or very affordable, such as boating, going to summer camps and running challenge courses. There are many choices for all kinds of shoppers, and close by, due to the many amazing stores, like antique shops, jewelers and photography stores. If you enjoy walking, Beacon Hill is the perfect area to look for your new home since there are so many places to walk, whether it's to getting to work or just for a leisurely stroll.
A high percentage of the residents living in Beacon Hill successfully completed college before going on to find a career here. When you're out and about it's clear to see that this area seems to attract more singles than married couples or families. People who live in this neighborhood tend to have a higher median income than surrounding areas.
In Beacon Hill's real estate market, the average listing price increased 1.8 percent year-over-year to reach $3,571,567 from $3,509,558 last year. At the same time, inventory increased slightly by 4.7 percent to reach 45 listings in this year. This area has some great historic estates so if you move to one of these homes, you'll be inheriting a piece of history. A roaring brick fireplace is one of the centerpieces of an attractive, traditional home, and a decent number of properties around Beacon Hill have them - they are excellent on chilly nights! Some of the apartments in this general area have in-unit laundry rooms, which is a nice way to save time and avoid waiting in line.