The Oldest Neighborhood in Boston
Charlestown is a residential, walkable area with many historic brick buildings, narrow streets, and a strong sense of community. The neighborhood is well-connected to public transportation, with several bus lines and the Charlestown MBTA Station providing easy access to the rest of the city. Charlestown is a family-friendly neighborhood with several top-rated schools, including Warren-Prescott Elementary School and the Charlestown High School.

While the neighborhood is not known for its nightlife or entertainment options, it is located near several other neighborhoods that offer more in the way of dining, shopping, and entertainment, including the nearby North End and Beacon Hill. Overall, Charlestown is a great place to live for those who value a strong sense of community, historic charm, and easy access to the city's many amenities.
What Charlestown Residents
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Median rents in Charlestown
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Best Apartments
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2 Beds $1,575

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Studio $3,025
1 Bed $3,365
2 Beds $4,566

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