Those who are looking for homes for rent in the Boston area have a number of quality choices, as the many bordering towns and neighborhoods have become somewhat absorbed by the city, reflecting its culture and benefiting from its array of public services. But of course, members of each of these communities take pride in the particular aspects of the neighborhood that make it endearingly unique. For those who rent homes in Revere, Massachusetts, these elements range from the rich history of the area to the well-maintained coastline.
Perhaps more than any other town in the Boston area, Revere makes great use of its shore along the Atlantic Ocean. In fact, as beachgoers leave their Revere rentals for the beach on those hot summer days, they're numbered among the patrons of the oldest public beach in the U.S. Once commonly used by the Boston's working class, the shore now attracts all sorts of people, remaining in great condition and still boasting an active beachfront district. Though the area was once dominated by amusement park rides, ballrooms and food stands, today the area is a popular place to live, and a good option for a Revere rental home.
Entertainment is also a staple of the area, even though the boardwalk days are a thing of the past. Since 2004, Revere Beach has been the site of the New England Sand Sculpture Festival, which typically draws visitors from all over Massachusetts and the coastal area. Those who are interested in participating can win up to $15,000 in prize money, and those renting Revere houses who just want to spectate are given a mesmerizing temporary art gallery.
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