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About Bay Village
The smallest neighborhood in the City of Boston, Bay Village more than makes up for its lack of size with its inviting and charming atmosphere. Created by a landfill in the 1820’s by developer Ephraim Marsh, the area has been known as the Church Street District, South Cove and Kerry Village. Many of the homes look like smaller versions of Beacon Hill townhouses because the craftspeople who built the Beacon Hill residences settled in this area and built local residences for their own use. The neighborhood is also centrally located with several restaurants, the Theater District and many other cultural attractions.
Bay Village is a very small neighborhood with a population of just 1,120 people. The majority of the population is in the age brackets of 20-29 and 30-39, giving it a vibrant and young feel. Among Bostonians, the neighborhood is thought by many to have one of the strongest advocates for LGBTQ rights in the city.
The local MBTA stations nearby include Arlington & Boylston (Green Line) and Tufts Medical Center & Back Bay (Orange Line). These stops make the village quite accessible, which is good news given the low number of on-street parking spaces available.
Bay Village Real Estate Pricing – 2013 Sold Condos
Average Sold Price: $488,750
Average Price / SF: $670
Average Days to Offer: 14.50
Bay Village Real Estate Pricing – 2014 Sold Condos
Average Sold Price: $561,630
Average Price / SF: $753
Average Days to Offer: 35.60
Bay Village Real Estate Pricing – 2015 Sold Condos
Average Sold Price: $799,544
Average Price / SF: $808
Average Days to Offer: 35.44
To search recently sold properties (condos or homes) for this neighborhood or any others, visit our Sold Properties page.
Realtor.com Lifestyle and Demographics
Property data provided by MLS