While being the smallest in terms of area of all cities in Massachusetts, Chelsea is also known as the 26th most densely populated incorporated place in the country. That being said, Bostonians adore Chelsea for the little bodegas that characterize this charming suburb. Chelsea's merchant industry serves local residents and visitors alike, while the active seaport contributes to the appeal of this quintessentially gritty Boston neighborhood. The beauty of Chelsea is in the underlying juxtapositions, from old buildings transforming into sustainable loft complexes to the new arrival of boutiques and cafes setting up shop next door to the long-established, locals'-favorite corner markets. Situated along the Mystic River, Chelsea's industrial history and seafaring provide a mystifying contrast against the growing community-friendly amenities. The healthy Real Estate market in Chelsea offers buyers single-family homes from $299,000 - $530,000 and condos from $239,000 - $689,000. To the residents' delight, Cambridge and Boston are easily accessible via the MBTA's Commuter Rail and several bus lines.
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