It can be difficult to imagine Boston without the rich character and history invoked by its brick and brownstone townhouses and tree-lined streets.
In the 1850s, renowned architect Charles Bulfinch created a plan for these regions. The plan included building connected brick bow-front townhomes with iron railings, gardens and scattered small green parks and fountains.
These neighborhoods continue to house some of Boston's most distinguished and highly sought-after homes.
Newly curated by The Bushari Team at Compass, this collection features all brownstone homes now available for sale in Greater Boston.