"Interested in living in Somerville? Let Apartment Guide help you find your new home out of hundreds of Somerville apartments in the area. Multiple artists call Somerville home, probably for the tree-lined streets, interesting neighborhoods and great restaurants, all within reach to nearby Boston.
If you're new to Somerville apartments and want to discover the arts of the area, you're likely to find inspiration wherever you turn. Only New York City has more artists per capita than Somerville. Each summer, see them all at ArtBeat Festival, a weekend-long celebration of art, crafts, dance, theater, food and more in Davis Square. Additional events are hosted year-round by ArtsUnion ,Brickbottom Artists Association and the Somerville Arts Council.
Living in Somerville apartments means you'll be close to a real castle, Prospect Hill Castle, where the first American flag flew. The castle sits on the grounds of Prospect Hill Park, which offers excellent views of Boston and is the perfect place to watch fireworks on July 4. Throughout the city, 35 different parks and playing fields feature beautiful green space, hiking, biking and walking trails, public swimming pools, an ice skating/hockey rink and multiple athletic fields.
For a real taste of Somerville life outside your apartments, visit some of the city's best restaurants. At Pescatore, try the pasta loaded with shrimp, scallops and lobster, and sample the tiramisu or Amaretto cake for dessert. For budget-friendly eats, Taco Loco delivers its burritos, nachos, quesadillas, menudo and asado to Somerville residents in its delivery area.
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