Roslindale, Jamaica Plain, and West Roxbury are great places to buy a home and find community. While each neighborhood has a distinct flavor, they are all wonderful places to meet community-minded people who love where they live. I’m a lifelong Boston resident and would love to help you find community or buy a home in one of these neighborhoods. And please check out
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The Roslindale Village Farmer’s Market is held on Saturdays from June through October and features live music, entertainment, and childrens’ activities, as well as locally grown fruits, vegetables, produce and flowers.

Roslindale began as a classic street car suburb, known as the “suburb superb.” Today, Roslindale is a magnet for young families and singles eager to contribute their time and expertise to the tapestry of local groups and organizations.

Adams Park, in the heart of Roslindale Village, is the site of the Farmers Market and community events throughout the year. Referred to as the Village or the Square, Roslindale’s vital commercial center is the recipient of a National Trust for Historic Preservation Award. Find out more

Jamaica Plain

Beautiful Jamaica Pond is one of the jewels in Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace and is a popular spot for jogging, dog-walking, fishing and sailing,

“JP,” as it is lovingly referred to by residents, offers a wide range of properties, from grand Georgian and Victorian mansions to condos and affordable single-family homes. Professionals, artists, activists, and students flock to this vibrant community.

Jamaica Plain’s eclectic shops and restaurants are complemented by gorgeous green spaces including Jamaica Pond, the Arnold Arboretum, and Franklin Park, all “jewels” in Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace.
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West Roxbury

This statue of noted Unitarian minister Theodore Parker stands in front of West Roxbury’s Theodore Parker Church, which boasts seven stained glass windows created by the Tiffany Studios between 1894 and 1927.

Originally part of the town of Roxbury, West Roxbury formed its own government in 1851 and was annexed by Boston in 1874. Bordered by Roslindale, Hyde Park and Dedham, West Roxbury’s main thoroughfare, Centre Street, is lined with a tempting array of ethnic restaurants and retail establishments.

Today, the neighborhood’s tree-lined streets and charming homes give it a suburban feel in an urban setting. Life in the neighborhood revolves around political and civic activism as well as community and religious centers. Find out more