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Perhaps one of Boston’s most well-known neighborhoods by name, The Fenway has some tremendous residential property in addition to its most famous resident, Fenway Park. The Fenway traditionally has been home to a very high student population with its proximity to Boston University and the Green Line, but it has recently seen the introduction of high-end luxury developments. Learn more about Fenway / Kenmore real estate below.

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About Fenway / Kenmore

Fenway, officially recognized as Fenway–Kenmore by the city of Boston, is one of the city’s most well-known neighborhoods.

Downtown Boston is less than a 4 mile drive from Fenway, and is also easily accessible via public transport.

It’s a very popular area for younger people to live in. Parts of Boston University, Northeastern University, the Berklee College of Music, and the Boston Conservatory of Music are located in Fenway–Kenmore, and many students reside in the neighborhood.

The baseball stadium Fenway Park, home to world-famous the Boston Red Sox, is located immediately south of the Turnpike from Kenmore Square. Fenway boasts plenty of eateries and bars surrounding the stadium, there’s also small, independently-owned shops scattered throughout the neighborhood.

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The Fenway real estate market features a mix of the old and the new.

The Fenway area has seen a lot of residential development in recent years, with many new condo buildings popping up throughout the neighborhood.

Tucked away behind the new high-rise buildings are several streets of older brownstone townhouses and five/six-story apartment buildings, typically constructed between 1880 and 1930.

Fenway is one of the last areas where you can still find a small studio or one-bedroom condo under $500,000 in Boston.

Living in Fenway / Kenmore

So many things! It’s hard to name them all, so here’s a few reasons:

Fenway is home to several interesting cultural landmarks that are definitely worth visiting. The Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and Symphony Halls are all excellent places to spend an evening.

If you’re a baseball fan, then living in The Fenway is as good as it gets. You can make weekly trips to see the Boston Red Sox play, in the oldest - and one of the most iconic stadiums in baseball.

Even if you’re not much of a sports fan, there’s always a good buzz around the area - and not just on game nights.

Kenmore Square is a hotspot for socializing, while several different sports bars and clubs line Lansdowne street - many of which are packed with students during happy hour. Some of the most popular bars include The Squealing Pig, Cask 'n Flagon, Bleacher Bar, Tony C's Sports Bar & Grill, and Baseball Tavern.

There are also many quality restaurants in the area. Some of the best options include Au Bon Pain, Yard House, El Pelón Taqueria and Eventide Fenway.

And, of course, with its proximity to Downtown Boston, living in Fenway makes the entire city your oyster. Whether you want to take a harbor cruise, walk the Freedom Trail or visit the Sam Adams Brewery - Boston is packed full of fun and adventure for people of all ages and interests.

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