Open house on 8/19/2018 at 2 Holbrook Ave Boston, MA 02122

Date: 08/19/2018 Time: 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM  
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BIG PRICE DROP! Complete renovation -, sun splashed and open concept first floor features a beautiful living room with a gas fireplace and triple dentil crown molding. The open dining area flows to the sparkling eat-in granite kitchen with S/S appliances, convenient to the half bath and laundry. Sliders from the dining/kitchen area open to a deck and a cozy mature vegetable garden with a fruit tree.The second floor contains a large master suite featuring lighted double closets and a tiled bath – plus a extra large second bedroom and the tiled family bath. The entire third floor holds a second master suite with 2 closets, vaulted ceilings and another full tiled bath with a skylight! Lots of flexibility with living arrangements! There is a very large full basement for storage and there are two much desired assigned off-street parking spaces next to the home. Located in the vibrant Neponset neighborhood close to shopping and transportation – this is a very special home ready to be yours

How To Find A Family Friendly Neighborhood

Having a family changes a lot. For one, your priorities about where you’d like to live change. This shift could be from a desire to live near restaurants and bars to parks and the best schools in a safe neighborhood. If you want to find a good neighborhood to search for a home in, there are a few things that you can research ahead of time before you even start your search for a home.

Research School Districts

For most parents, the school district in which they choose to live is an important part of the decision where to live. If you don’t know the area, or aren’t sure how the schools are, there are plenty of tools to help you. A quick online search can help you to compare and contrast neighboring school districts. Another important question to ask to find a suitable school district is if they actually have room for all of the students that would like to be enrolled in the school of your choice. You can also talk to people in the community about the schools and how they feel about them. Even a visit to local schools can help you to see what the education system in a certain neighborhood is all about.


Once you have a family, safety becomes even more of a priority. You do all of the right things from feeding your family well to baby-proofing the home. Yet, one thing that’s sometimes hard to control is the safety of the area that we live in. You’re going to want to find a neighborhood with low crime rate. There’s a few different tools online that help you to check the crime rates in certain areas. Don’t assume that the city is less safe than the suburbs, or even a rural area. Doing research and getting to know the area is key to finding a safe place to settle down in. 

Shortcuts And Speedways

In the same realm as safety, you want to check out the actual street that you hope to settle down on. Some streets can be used as shortcuts and can end up being a speedway. You should check to make sure that the street you choose isn’t a high traffic route. You’ll never feel comfortable having your children outside playing if you know that traffic is so dangerous on your street. 

Community Sense

Once you have a family, you suddenly find a need to build a network of other parents and families that are just like you. A good way to tell a family friendly neighborhood could be just taking a peek through it. If you see families outside for a walk together, toys in the front yard, or a thriving neighborhood park, it’s a good bet that your home will be in a family-friendly community.