Charlestown (Boston, MA)
By David Laven, “The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.”-SA
(EXP Realty)
Are you in search of Charlestown Multi Family Homes For Sale? Well then you have come to the right place. Below is a list of multi family homes for sale in Charlestown . This list includes 2 families, 3 families, duplexes and large 4+ unit buildings for sale in Charlestown MA. If you would like to see any of these Charlestown Multi Family properties please contact David the your local Charlestown real estate expert at 617-259-0235. Enjoy! 
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By David Laven, “The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.”-SA
(EXP Realty)
In this spotilight we look at a great Charlestown MA Home for sale. This 1988 Sqft greek revival has been taken care of by the owners and offers a attention to detail that is hard to find in tradtional Charlestown Homes. From the  fireplaced living room to the formal dinning room & grand entrance with sweeping staircases you will not be dissapointed in this home. If you would like to find out more about this home please use this link....> 7 Elm Street Charlestown MA Home For Sale If you would like to see more Charlestown Real Estate please use these links..> Chalrestown Single Family Homes For Sale Charlestown Condos For Sale Charlestown Multifamilies Popular Charlestown Real Estate Searches: Charlestown Apartments, Charlestown Condos,  Sullivan Square Station, Community College Station...
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By Christian Heide
(Fitkova Realty Group)
Charlestown, founded originally by British colonists, began as an independent neighborhood. British colonists founded Charlestown across the Shawmut Peninsula's harbor before Boston was established. In 1775, the neighborhood was severely damaged subsequent to the Battle of Bunker Hill. Charlestown was built again in the 19th century after the revolution. The neighborhood became one of the centers for maritime and transport industry. The population of Charlestown increased three fold to over 28000 in the four decades between 1830 and 1870. Migrants from Ireland were a majority (about a quarter of the population) amongst those who migrated to Charlestown in 1865. In 1874 the neighborhood was annexed to Boston. Today, Charlestown is known for its remarkably prosperous industrial buildings ...
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By Scott Strang, Licenced RE Broker and Realtor Office in MA&NH
(Scott Gregory Group)
  Homes # sold  average median Avg DOM  2007 51  $   675,648.00  $   640,000.00 130 2008 59  $   672,852.00  $   640,000.00 102 2009 44  $   593,407.00  $   567,500.00 140 Condos # sold   average    median  Avg DOM 2007 301  $   494,464.00  $   444,000.00 118 2008 226  $   469,507.00  $   425,500.00 121 2009 216  $   437,722.00  $   402,100.00 115
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By Lynda Longmire
(Virtual Homes Real Estate)
Charlestown MA Foreclosures, Bank Owned and Short Sale Property for Sale Register to receive Charlestown MA real estate foreclosure (bank-owned) listings and short sale opportunities. One of our Charlestown real estate professionals will contact you and provide: A list of existing real estate foreclosure (bank-owned) and short sale listings in Charlestown. Email alerts on NEW foreclosure (bank-owned) and short sale listings in the Massachusetts MLS. Address and mapping information. For Charlestown community information including school reports, demographic, relocation, home buying and selling information go to Charlestown MA real estate.  To search the MA MLS listings visit Charlestown MA MLS listings.  Go to  Charlestown MA Foreclosures for a map based search result of bank owned prope...
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By Pat Laracy Baker, Pat Baker Dream Home Maker
(Realty Executives Boston West)
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By Maria Salvaggio, MA North Shore REAL ESTATE
(Century 21 North Shore)
Designed by HNTB, the Lenny Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge, over the Charles River, in Boston is an unusual structure.  The 185 ft. width of this bridge makes it the widest of its kind in the world.  The two bridge cable-stayed project is priced at $100 million.  The service load and dynamic forces are complicated by the asymmetric, and unusual cable stay geometry.  This bridge will be the widest cable-stayed bridge in the world at ten lanes wide.  It is replacing the upper and lower decks of I-93.  With twin spires that echo the Bunker Hill Monument this bridge will be a landmark for Boston. My husband had the honor or working on this wonderful structure, and our family will always think of him when we pass over the Lenny Zakim Bridge in Boston MA
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