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Park Life - Homes Near Notable Green Spaces

Boston, MassachusettsYou may have been hearing that during the pandemic there has been a surge in the number of people wanting to move out of big cities.  The reasons cited include wanting to have more outdoor space and to get closer to nature.  Yet in Boston we are fortunate to have many gorgeous green spaces right within our city.  The string of parks from Boston Common and Public Park through to Franklin Park, known as the Emerald Necklace, offers city residents  open green spaces to explore right on their doorstep.  A little further out in the suburbs we are also blessed with plentiful opportunities to explore nature - the Middlesex Fells in Winchester, Minute Man National Historical Park in Lexington, and Walden Pond State Reservation in Concord are all easily accessible and give residents the chance to enjoy the improved quality of life that green spaces can offer.  City or suburbs, we can help you find your own place to be close to nature.  Get in touch with one of our experienced agents to start your search.

Across the globe some of the most iconic cities have within their limits the most fabulous parks and green spaces to be enjoyed by urban dwellers.  Sotheby’s International Realty has listed some examples of homes for sale within easy reach of these renowned parks, from New York's Central Park to Singapore's Botanic Garden - read more in their blog.  

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