Boston’s own Little Italy, the North End, is a study in contrasts. One of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods, with European roots where parades and pastries seem to flow from every street corner. Home to Old North Church and it’ signature spire, Paul Revere’s house, and Copp’s Hills Burial Ground, the neighborhood continues to thrive on its old-world traditions and history. While the old days of Italian charm certainly aren’t gone, the North End has changed significantly in recent decades. Still an enclave for the city’s Italian community, it’s the neighborhood’s proximity to Downtown and the Waterfront that make the North End of Boston's real estate a dream to experience.
Aside from countless Italian restaurants, the neighborhood is filled with historical homes and buildings, too, from the Old North Church to the famed Skinny House. Perhaps the most wonderful aspect of the North End is the neighborhood’s fierce pride in itself. Folks who grew up or run businesses in the area love to celebrate the community, particularly during the annual revelry of Feast season and honoring of the patron saints.
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