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Charlestown is a Boston neighborhood with history, in part because it hosts the Bunker Hill Monument and the Navy Yard. The area is home to many aspiring professionals and recent immigrants, though its heritage is Irish-American. If local flavor and proximity to downtown Boston appeal to you, homes for rent in Charlestown may be what you're looking for.

Interesting Facts Charlestown Renters Should Know

  • English colonists first settled Charlestown in the 1600s, and it was established prior to the founding of Boston.
  • The Battle of Bunker Hill brought a fire that caused significant damage to the town in 1775, which necessitated the later rebuilding of Charlestown after the revolution.
  • Charlestown's population boomed from 1830 to 1870, reaching almost 30,000 - three times what is was previously.

Useful Resources for Renters in Charlestown

  • The official website of Charlestown provides local information and access to neighborhood resources.
  • The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority website provides various public transportation tools, including maps, schedules and purchasing options.
  • Charlestown Online offers many links helpful to both residents and visitors, including tips on what to do in the area and classifieds.

Things to Do in Charlestown

Charlestown is home to several historic sites as well as a multitude of dining options. The Bunker Hill Monument lies at the heart of the neighborhood, its giant obelisk commemorating the site of the first battle of the Revolutionary War. Restaurants range from classic bar fare at locales such as the Warren Tavern to exotic cuisines exemplified by the likes of Tangierino. Several parks and playgrounds are also speckled about the area, making a day spent outside within walking distance possible for most residents. Downtown Boston is also just over the Charlestown Bridge and is easily accessible by public transportation or even on foot.