Welcome to Brighton, a Designated Neighborhood in Boston, MA - Real Estate and More
Welcome to Brighton, MA – Real Estate and More
Located in Norfolk County, Brighton is one of 23 designated neighborhoods in Boston, MA. Brighton is connected to the rest of the city by the Allston neighborhood. It is otherwise surrounded by Cambridge, Watertown, Newton, and Brookline. The Charles River separates Brighton from Cambridge and Watertown.Where every Boston student or new grad must live at least once.
This community is known for having many college and graduate students from Boston College, Boston University and Harvard University. You will also find the segment of 20 something artists. The area is known for its hipster vibe.
The bar scene caters to the collegiate and “just out of college” meaning late night beers instead of cocktails. As for food, you have many options from cheap to expensive, everything from gastropubs to tapas to vegan takeout. Dress is casual and jeans seem to work fine in most places.
- Open Table’s Best Restaurants in Brighton
- Yelp Best 10 Restaurants in Brighton
- Things to Do in Brighton (Boston)
For entertainment, consider visiting Brighton Music Hall. Often playing second fiddle to the nearby Paradise Rock Club, the BMH actually holds its own when it comes to quality shows from both touring and local acts.
The City of Boston is now called home to almost 6,873,018 residents. Estimated median household income is $78,800. Median home price is $560,300. Boston has a split tax rate; for fiscal year 2017, the real estate tax rate is $10.59 for residential and $25.37 for commercial and industrial properties.
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Are you considering buying or selling a home in Brighton, MA? Do you need a real estate lawyer? SINC Law provides comprehensive real estate closing services in Brighton, MA. Call our office at 781-930-3189 and speak with Bill Sincavage.
Real Estate Lawyer in Charlestown, Bay Village, Allston and Boston, Massachusetts