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This active neighborhood is best known for its student population due to its proximity to many colleges and universities. In recent years, an influx of immigrants and young professionals has taken an increasingly active role in the neighborhood. This varied mix of residents creates one of the most energetic and diverse populations in Boston MA. Harvard Avenue, Commonwealth Avenue and Brighton Avenue host many ethnic restaurants and popular watering holes. The Honan-Allston branch public library, named after the late Boston City Councilor Brian Honan, is a treasure of information and a resource for the entire community.
A large majority of the Allston population is Catholic (44.96%), followed by Protestant (4.77%). There is also a large demographic of immigrant populations in this area, the largest groups being Russian, East Asian, South Asia, Brazilian and Colombian. You’ll find several categories of homes, but mostly small to mid-sized apartment rental buildings, condos, and some classic triple decker multi-families and single family homes.
Allston Real Estate Pricing – 2015 Sold Condos
Average Sold Price: $396,261
Average Price / SF: $458
Average Days to Offer: 38.69
Allston Real Estate Pricing – 2014 Sold Condos
Average Sold Price: $333,533
Average Price / SF: $429
Average Days to Offer: 30.26
Allston Real Estate Pricing – 2013 Sold Condos
Average Sold Price: $314,776
Average Price / SF: $386
Average Days to Offer: 15.99
For more detail on Allston Sold condos and homes, or any other neighborhoods, visit our Sold Properties page.
Realtor.com Lifestyle and Demographics
Property data provided by MLS