This quaint and cozy residential area is an attractive spot for anyone who desires a quiet neighborhood street with near immediate access to a commercial center. Home to a diverse mix of families, artists, and professionals, the streets of St. Botolph feature mostly historic brownstones with some newer condominiums and apartment towers. Though the neighborhood is mostly residential, its prime location between Back Bay and the South End offers residents easy access to the best parts of Boston’s top neighborhoods.
Nestled between Prudential to the northwest and Claremont to the southeast, St. Botolph’s eight-block stretch is bounded by Huntington Avenue, Copley Place, the Southwest Corridor Park and Massachusetts Avenue.
This sub-neighborhood sees about ten sales per year, with the average unit netting an offer in just 21 days. A property in St. Botolph sells for an average of $970 per square foot.
This small stretch of residences is home to about 3,250 people, who average 37 years of age. Though there are minimal commercial establishments in the neighborhood itself, St. Botolph offers “roll out of bed” access to the shops and attractions of the Back Bay, as well as the South End’s many great dining options. Moreover, its proximity to the thoroughfares of Columbus Avenue and Huntington Avenue give residents quick access to the other parts of the city.