Boston is where it's at


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8 Dec 2017 05:01 - +871
And it'll only cost you a couple million!
8 Dec 2017 05:18 - +235
I love Boston. It's the smallest big city.
8 Dec 2017 01:16 - +168
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8 Dec 2017 06:06 - +101
For only $2000 a month! (student discount applied) ...lived in boston for years, still love that city ;) Edit: shit my bad more like 4k+, forgot the rate at which real estate goes for there.
8 Dec 2017 05:08 - +84
I used to live in this neighborhood! Beautiful but often treacherous in the winter with all of the bricks. Also, the people are a bit snobby.
8 Dec 2017 04:22 - +39
I would LOVE it if I lived in a city and this was my little courtyard.
8 Dec 2017 05:38 - +32
Pickman's Gallery?
8 Dec 2017 01:46 - +25
Nothing like NE falls
8 Dec 2017 05:12 - +15
I love these kind of multi-level, interconnected areas like this. Everything where I live is so spaced out and disconnected.
8 Dec 2017 04:19 - +11
Not gonna lie, I dont think I could truly feel somewhere at home where the buildings arent made of bricks.
8 Dec 2017 05:27 - +11
I'm visiting Boston over the holidays for 5 days, what should I do while I'm there?
8 Dec 2017 05:53 - +10
I'm conflicted right now because it is a beautiful picture and is charming in every way but I know in the back of my mind that the years I lived in and around Boston made me the biggest road raging asshole on the planet. There was nothing cozy about that time. That city and me were like oil and water, I was not cut out for life in that part of the state for sure. Lovely photo though, no denying that.
8 Dec 2017 06:04 - +10
If I only I was super-rich and could live on Beacon Hill...
8 Dec 2017 06:55 - +8
I was in "Old Town" Boston earlier this year to eat at a restaurant during the evening. The street the restaurant was on looked like I stepped back in time 200 years. It was crazy how surreal it felt. Very cool...especially for a guy in Missouri that doesn't really know how old was "really old".
8 Dec 2017 05:41 - +8
The best thing about this picture is that there are no Bostonians in it.
8 Dec 2017 03:54 - +7
Adore!!!
8 Dec 2017 07:24 - +6
My favorite city in all of the US.
8 Dec 2017 05:56 - +6
If only Philadelphia hadn't decided to replace much of its beautiful old historic neighborhoods with I-95 and Independence Mall we would have more places like this :(
8 Dec 2017 08:13 - +5
There's no place like New England.
8 Dec 2017 07:02 - +5
Ooh, could sell that parking space for like 80k
8 Dec 2017 07:34 - +5
I am in Boston right now. The city is superb.
8 Dec 2017 08:56 - +5
I live here. It's true. I do fairly well and I struggle to pay bills.
8 Dec 2017 04:03 - +4
This is cozy. Can confirm.
8 Dec 2017 08:57 - +3
I feel like this title is underappreciated. It's informative yet exclamatory at the same time!
8 Dec 2017 07:38 - +3
Right outside Pickman gallery, right?
8 Dec 2017 07:53 - +3
Until you need to shovel snow. Where do you put it?
8 Dec 2017 08:37 - +3
I looked at apartments in Beacon Hill, one of which was a 1bed with a total of two windows, both facing the cement side of another building next door. You could not see the sky or anything else besides that cement wall which was about 3 feet away. Rent back then for it was $2100. Now? Probably $3500/mo.
8 Dec 2017 08:31 - +3
I went a lot in Boston when my husband was doing his masters there and Beacon Hill was one of my favorite neighbourhood to just walk and get lost. Boston is still my favorite USA city (I'm from Canada).
8 Dec 2017 04:39 - +3
Nice & comfy, perfect for xmas with that wreath!.
8 Dec 2017 08:39 - +3
I love driving in Boston and can’t stand driving anywhere else. Gosh darn slow polite drivers. 🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬
8 Dec 2017 08:13 - +3
I'm from Boston and I'm currently freezing my ass off, so I'm going to call bullshit
8 Dec 2017 07:42 - +3
As a Bostonian it’s a lovely city but our winters absolutely blow and bars/clubs close at 2 am.
8 Dec 2017 07:40 - +3
Yeah this looks really cozy in the picture. just wait till you're by yourself and it's pitch black out and you hear a weird noise just steps away from your door.
8 Dec 2017 08:20 - +2
Woah I actually know this exact spot. Great photo!
8 Dec 2017 08:13 - +2
Wish I could live here for a year
8 Dec 2017 08:37 - +2
work in boston .... would love if I could live there the housing prices are just rediculious for what you get.. I'll keep my 2 hour (round trip) commute
8 Dec 2017 06:44 - +2
Where what’s at? Cold and frozen sorrow?
8 Dec 2017 09:04 - +2
If it weren’t for all the casual violence there, I’d be into it.
8 Dec 2017 10:18 - +2
Looks cold and uninviting. Like the rear entrance to a morgue.
8 Dec 2017 09:05 - +2
Looks very British.
8 Dec 2017 07:53 - +2
All your friends say Boston's beautiful
8 Dec 2017 09:08 - +2
Take out those little bitty trees and put up some chain link and razor wire and a prison you have got.
8 Dec 2017 07:35 - +2
>where it's at where it is *
8 Dec 2017 09:09 - +2
Owning an 2 bed about 6 blocks from here in the South End of Boston, owning on this block would be roughly 1200-1500 per sq foot. Listing about a block away... https://www.zillow.com/savedhomes/for_sale/59184061_zpid/1_pnd/42.33945,-71.074255,42.338318,-71.076534_rect/18_zm/1_rs/1_fr/
8 Dec 2017 07:06 - +2
Boston is the reason I’m feeling so blue, damn you.
8 Dec 2017 10:22 - +2
I live in a suburb of Boston and wouldn’t want to live near any other city. Every time I’m in the city I’m amazed by the beauty.
8 Dec 2017 06:42 - +1
This somehow reminds me of the movie A Streetcar Named Desire.
8 Dec 2017 06:59 - +1
Back Bay is beautiful, but lots of rats and mice. Relatively cockroach free.

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