Somerville MA Real Estate
Neighborhood highlights: Real Estate, transportation, entertainment and more
Somerville was established as a town in 1842 when it was separated from the urbanizing Charlestown. The Seven Hills of Somerville (Central, Cobble, Ploughed, Prospect, Spring, Winter and Seven Hills Park) provide the neighborhoods with walking paths, a wonderful range of restaurants and all levels of transportation. If you are looking to invest in Somerville MA real estate you will find a variety of opportunities.
Powder House Park in West Somerville is one of the great city parks. It houses an old stone armory dating from the 1700's. Davis Square Somerville named in 1997 by the Utne Reader as the one of the 15 hippest places to live in the US, is home to a lively coffeehouse scene with each boasting its own fiercely loyal clientele. It is also known for its mom-and-pop shops, vintage stores, and other independent retailers.
Parking permits required for overnight parking.
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