Cambridge is across the Charles River from Boston and is the home of Harvard University, MIT, Leslie University and other fine education opportunities. Within the 6 square miles of the city is an array of diverse neighborhoods and housing stock. It is fortunate to have two subway lines (Redline and Greenline) which services different areas of the city and allows for its residents and visitors an opportunity to connect with many parts of Metro Boston. Cambridge offers a wide offering of restaurants, stores, arts and entertainment venues, walking/running paths, bike-friendly streets and a choice of parks, playgounds and other green spaces. There is access to the Community Path which connects to the Minuteman Bike path, a 10-mile rail trail. There is a very high demand to live in this area and the prices of its homes reflects this demand. You will need a local real estate professional to explain all of the different areas and housing options.
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