The cobblestone past of Boston’s Beacon Hill could practically be a history lesson in American high society. As one of the city’s oldest and most affluent neighborhoods, it was home to many of America’s first movers and shakers, including writers Louisa May Alcott and Robert Frost, artist John Singleton Copley, architect Charles Bulfinch and patriots and statesmen such as John Hancock, William Prescott and Henry Cabot Lodge
Even after The Great Bambino was infamously traded from the Red Sox to the Yankess, the slugger still called Boston home. Today, that home is now for sale. The estate is appropriately called Home Plate Farm and is located in Sudbury, MA which is about 20 miles outside of Boston and is currently for sale with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage agent, Scott Adamson.
What do Chicago, Boston and Savannah all have in common? They may be unique in their culture and history – but in March, they are also known as three of the best places in the U.S. to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. It can be debated for hours which town has the liveliest parade, friendliest pubs [...]