"Quaint Living in the Center of Boston"
Arlington Street, at the beginning of Back Bay abuts the Public Garden and stretches from Beacon Street to the Theater District. Its proximity to the Public Garden makes it a serene street for relaxing stroll and the Back Bay brownstone neighborhood is a quiet and gorgeous is rather expensive area in which to live in Boston. Around rush hour the traffic can get quite heavy due to the nearby off ramp for the highway. There are also not many retail shops or cafes close by unless you wander away from the park on Arlington toward Boylston Street.