St. James is a quiet residential street with a missionary church at the top of the hill. It's a short street that gives quiet space in the city. No crime is on this street and it has neighbors who care and watch out for each other.... more
South End has become quite famous and popular with well known chefs. Jamaica Plain has some great choices also. Newbury St is a great street scene especially in summer. The Fenway has seen significant additions to it's restaurant in recent years. Brookline's Coolidge Corner has a very busy restaurant business also.... more
Yiwen.gao0724 I find it very interesting the different way disclosures take place in different parts of the Country. Common sense should always apply if you were the buyer would you like to know?
Keep in mind here in the Greater Los Angeles area, we have about 30+ pages of disclosures but most of those are given once there is acceptance. We even have a Natural hazard Disclosure Booklet and on the first few pages it lists in how many different natural hazards the property falls under. Keep in mind you have what is called an investigation's period and during that time you learn of many issues the property might have in addition to your own research that you discover.
Hence you can decide if you want to move forward with the purchase or not after your investigation's period end.
Endre Barath, Jr.
Beverly Hills, CA
Meetup.com is a great website that offers common interest group activities. You can join meetup groups based on hobbies, activities, location and more. It was helpful for me when I first moved to Boston. There is also an organization called Boston Young Professionals, which hosts several social activities in the Boston area for young professionals; their website is: http://www.bostonypa.com/.
There is so much to do in that area. There is Mike's Fitness a gym upstairs in the brewery area. Also there are a few restaurants, as well as a community center area. JP is hot right now. Lot's of new restaurants and many things to do.... more
Wow .. This is question that should have a slew of answers from hidden places to fantastic places to eat. One of the things I truly enjoy when walking in Boston or Cambridge is the amount of history that is tucked away around every corner. No matter how many times the same route over and over again my eye always catches something new. If you can keep your eyes open you will notice small brass signs and other postings from one of the local historical societies. One of my personal favorites is perfect for this time of year. Take the Graveyard tour of Boston's largest cemeteries . You will be amazed at the local folklore and the historical info given during one of these tours.... more