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One of the smallest of Boston's neighborhoods, Bay Village is comprised of 6 square blocks situated between Back Bay, the Theatre District, and the South End. This tranquil residential neighborhood has brick row houses, tree-lined narrow streets, gas lights, and sunken gardens. The architecture of Bay Village is reminiscent of the homes found in the Beacon Hill area because numerous of the craftspeople who built the homes in the Beacon Hill area settled here and built smaller homes for their own use. Although mainly a residential area, Bay Village also has several restaurants.