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Roxbury was one of the first towns founded in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630. It became a city in 1846, before being annexed to Boston in 1868.
The neighborhood later became known for its large Irish, Latvian and Jewish communities. Then, by the mid-20th century, it had become the epicenter of Boston’s black culture - the city says that today, Roxbury serves as the "heart of Black culture in Boston.”
Modern day Roxbury is a welcoming, diverse place - full of locals who take great pride in their neighborhood.
Like a lot of Boston neighborhoods, Roxbury is well served by public transport. The Roxbury Crossing stop is on the Orange Line, while the Jackson Square and Ruggles stops are just beyond the neighborhood’s boundaries.
Dudley Square is on the Silver Line, while Uphams Corner and Newmarket have stops on the Commuter Rail.
Roxbury, Boston Real Estate
Roxbury has seen incredible revitalization over the past few years.
New homes have led to new shops and restaurants popping up - helping to really transform the neighborhood. Roxbury is a super attractive place to live, and the real estate market here looks to be on the up - for the foreseeable future.
If you’re looking for reasonably priced properties that are likely to see value increases in the future, look at houses near Roxbury’s border with the Grove Hall area in Dorchester. There are currently a number of homes for sale there.
If you’re thinking about buying a home in Roxbury, we recommend you start early and work with an experienced real estate professional. Warren Real Estate is an expert in Boston and Roxbury real estate. Get in touch to arrange a viewing today!
Things To Do In Roxbury
Roxbury has something to do for everyone! Families love taking trips to the huge Franklin Park. Not only can you have picnics and go for walks here, there’s a very popular zoo here!
Art and history lovers will love living here. There are several historic sites in the area, including the 1747 Shirley-Eustis House and Abbotsford, a Victorian Gothic mansion housing the National Center of Afro-American Artists. The Roxbury Center for the Arts and Culture celebrates the culture of the community through visual and performing arts, and is also definitely worth a visit.
Roxbury’s diverse population is well reflected in local eateries. African restaurants cluster around Nubian Square, while you’ll find Italian joints and much more located around Crosstown and Grove Hall.
Roxbury’s excellent public transportation links makes downtown Boston and several other neighborhoods easily accessible from almost everywhere in the area. Boston is famous for its nightlife, sports teams, seafood and rich history. Living in Roxbury makes the city all yours to discover and fall in love with!
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