Fun Fact: Much of the South End was originally marshlands in Boston's South Bay. To relieve overcrowding in downtown and the Back Bay, the marshlands were filled in with gravel from Needham. Construction of the neighborhood began in 1849.
It is just minutes from downtown. With more of a city feel to it, it has become one of Boston's most popular neighborhoods.
It is distinguished from other neighborhoods by its Victorian style houses and the many parks in and around the area. The South End has more public playgrounds per square foot than other Boston neighborhoods.
While no MBTA trains run directly through the South End, it is in close vicinity of many subway stops. The Commuter rail is also available at two nearby stations. The neighborhood is served by multiple bus routes.
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