Once considered a “garden suburb” of Boston, today’s residents of Roslindale are still attracted to the neighborhood’s natural beauty. Expect to know your neighbors and their dogs as locals walk and bike in the Arnold Arboretum, the 265-acre oasis that is part of Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace. Roslindale Village, centered around Adams Park is the city’s original Main Street district and now one of the most vibrant, featuring several bistros, unique shops and hosting a number of annual events showcasing the neighborhood. Public transportation is abundant via MBTA Orange Line and Commuter Rail, linking the area directly to Downtown with multiple bus lines out of neighboring Forest Hills fanning out across surrounding areas.
Real Estate in Roslindale
Roslindale is demographically diverse and one of the surging markets in the City accommodating the influx of young professionals and families. Housing features a mix of relatively affordable single family homes, newly converted condominiums, traditional triple-deckers, and small apartment buildings with pricing across the spectrum on a dramatic rise.