| ||Packed with bookstores, boutiques, restaurants and an eclectic crowd, Cambridge is home to two of the nation's most prestigious universities, Harvard and MIT. Harvard, founded in 1636 is the country's oldest university, and it is said that if you rub the statue of its benefactor, John Harvard found in Harvard Yard, you will be blessed with good luck. Historically, the home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow on Brattle street was where George Washington planned the Seige of Boston in 1775 and 1776. Today, this bustling area houses one third of all Massachusetts’s biomedical firms. Although home to academia professionals and the like Cambridge has a diverse mix of entrepreneurs, students, musicians, and young families.|
|In the city of Cambridge, real estate can be found in a variety of styles. Potential buyers will see pockets of the city that are more residential and neighborhood-like while other parts have a more urban feel. |
Cambridge homes for sale often fall into one of the many “squares” that make up the city. Popular squares of commerce and living include Kendall Square, Central Square, Harvard Square, Porter Square, Lechmere Square and Inman Square.
Historically, the home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow on Brattle Street was where George Washington planned the Siege of Boston in 1775 and 1776. Today, this bustling area houses one third of all Massachusetts’s biomedical firms. Although Cambridge real estate is home to a large number of academia professionals, the city has a diverse mix of entrepreneurs, students, musicians, and young families.
Because Cambridge is a large area within Boston-metro and its offerings vary greatly, it is essential to have a Cambridge real estate agent by your side that has specific experience with Cambridge homes for sale in the area. If you are interested in learning more about the neighborhood and available properties, contact us directly.