The Back Bay, originally a bay of water, is now one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Boston. It consists of an alphabetically organized block of nine streets crossing five thoroughfares: Beacon, Marlborough, Commonwealth, Newbury, and Boylston. Beacon, Marlborough and Commonwealth are impressive, residential tree-lined streets, while Boylston and Newbury Streets are home to the city’s most exclusive shopping. The Back Bay contains some of Boston’s most recognizable buildings and attractions. These include: the Trinity Church, Hancock Tower, the beautifully landscaped Public Garden, and the Victorian brownstones that represent quintessential Boston architecture.
Back Bay Buyer Testimonial:
"Ariel Szabo worked with us as a buyers agent in the Back Bay. When we first began looking for a new home in Boston with her, we found a property we wanted, but lost out to another offer. Because of Ariel's persistence and dedication in finding us the perfect place, she was able to find a unit in the same building for us to see that was not even on the market. This particular unit did not work for us, so we continued our search. When we finally found a home we loved, Ariel provided us with information on comparable sales and market conditions so that we could make an informed decision about how much to offer. The transaction had some challenges but Ariel successfully negotiated on our behalf to come to a reasonable agreement in order to move forward with the purchase. We appreciated her persistence, patience, and attention to our questions and concerns throughout the process. Not only is Ariel a skilled real estate agent, but she is also very personable, making her a pleasure to do business with."- Michael and Tracy