The “Eight Streets” neighborhood is a coveted community nestled in Boston’s historic South End, just east of Tremont Street. Dotted with striking Victorian brownstone townhouses, iron railings, community gardens, and tree-lined streets, it’s a picturesque step back in time. This prime Boston real estate dates back to the 1840s and 1850s and is located close to downtown, Peter’s Park, the new Whole Foods Market, trendy cafes, upscale restaurants, and chic shops.
The Historic “Eight Streets” Neighborhood
The Eight Streets area is brimming with numerous arts, entertainment, and dining opportunities. Catch a contemporary play or avant-garde art exhibition at the Cyclorama, or savor the culinary delights at Orinoco Kitchen. Order the empanadas, lobster rolls, or arepas while listening to Latin music. Find one-of-a-kind dresses from France and Japan at Sooki’s boutique designer shop. Enjoy the signature Italian small plates at the highly-acclaimed restaurant Coppa. This trendy spot specializes in Italian classics, as well as charcuterie including salumi. Take in the great outdoors at nearby Montgomery Park and Carlton Land Trust Park. In the Eight Streets neighborhood, everything is at your fingertips.
In addition to condos and townhouses, the Eight Streets neighborhood has beautiful garden duplexes, like this exclusive bright garden duplex at 10 Milford, #1. This one-bedroom plus nursery duplex features an open floor plan with a chef-inspired kitchen, including granite countertops and custom cabinets. The spacious master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom for privacy. Large windows overlook the private patio, gardens, and yard. This garden duplex also features a wood-burning fireplace and custom bookshelves for cozy nights. Listing agent Brian Dougherty said of the duplex, “The private backyard at 10 Milford is one of the largest in the South End. There is an apple tree that blooms in seasons and the patio has plumbing and electric so the space can transform into a fabulous outdoor living area. The location of 10 Milford is prime! Steps to some of the greatest restaurants, café’s and parks, and it epitomizes South End Brownstone living.”