New England’s Triple Decker – Unique Style and History

New England’s Triple Decker – Unique Style and History Source: Boston Bayside Properties “ In the late 1800s through 1910, three-family homes on top of each other called “triple-deckers” sprung up in New England’s booming mill towns and industrial cities. Ambitious immigrants typically favored these types of houses as it was an easy way to…

National Trivia Day – Local Dorchester Quiz

Dorchester is Boston’s largest neighborhood, divided into micro-neighborhoods, each with unique character. Originally settled by Puritans in1630, today is a vibrant, and bustling community with the benefits of suburban living, with a pleasingly chic-urban feel. Encompassing 6 square miles, packed with history, culture and diversity. If living in Dorchester is good enough for the Mayor…

Neighborhood Views

As one of the neighborhood’s local independent businesses, Boston Bayside Properties wants to thank the lower mills neighborhood for your support. Thank all of our neighbors who have worked hard to keep us healthy, and fed. To all the workers that helped deliver with our daily needs. We have made this “Bird’s Eye” view, which…