Flanked between Milton and South Boston, Dorchester is Boston’s largest neighborhood and also its oldest. Dorchester’s historical diversity is evident in its architecture, from the traditional Victorian homes to the multi-family dwellings of later groups of immigrants that line its side streets.
Today, Dorchester retains much of its diversity which has made it to be such a prime destination. Its main street, Dorchester Avenue, runs through many of its close-knit neighborhoods and supports the thriving commercial districts. Some of the popular and well known neighborhoods include Savin Hill, Wellesley Park, Jones Hill, Ashmont and Lower Mills. Dorchester is also home to the University of Massachusetts at Boston and the John F. Kennedy Library, both located on the picturesque water’s edge.
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