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Just across the Mystic River to the north of Boston is a city known as Chelsea, MA. Part of Suffolk County, Chelsea is a thriving city with loads of characters and people. Although the city is small in size, it is packed with restaurants, parks, and shopping. If you are looking to be a bit more adventurous while visiting Boston or need someplace to go before a flight from Boston Logan International, why not check out what the city of Chelsea has to offer? 

The People and Places of Chelsea

With an estimated population of around 40,160 in 2018, Chelsea is the state’s second-most densely populated place behind Somerville. Also, Chelsea has a total area of only 2.21 square miles, so it is also the smallest city. But that does not mean it is without places to see and things to do. Chelsea is diverse, and the majority of the population is Hispanic or Latino, following the cities of Lawrence and Holyoke. A large number of Salvadorians, Guatemalans, and Hondurans live in Chelsea, so if you want to taste real Spanish cooking, this is where you go! 

In fact, as of 2010, 38% of Chelsea inhabitants were immigrants from other countries. This happens to be the highest percentage of immigrants dwelling in one place in all of Massachusetts. 

Chelsea is divided up into distinct districts with unique features. These neighborhoods include Admirals Hill, which contains the Naval Hospital Historic District; Addison-Orange; the historic district of Bellingham Square, where you can find a city hall similar to Philadelphia’s; Box District; Carter Park—Wyndham Area; Chelsea Square, another historic area with 19th and 20th century architecture; Chelsea Commons; Mill Hill; Prattville; Soldiers Home; and the Waterfront District. 

The community is very active in Chelsea and has formed communities like ROCA, the Community Actions Programs Inter-City (CAPIC), The Neighborhood Developers (TND), Healthy Chelsea, and more. 

The History of Chelsea

Chelsea was originally an area called Winnisimmet by the local natives. The area was settled in 1624 by a tradesman named Samuel Maverick. In 1635, Maverick sold all the land in Chelsea—apart from his home—to Richard Bellingham. The area remained a section of Boston for many years. In 1739, it separated and claimed the name, Chelsea. 

The Battle of Chelsea Creek happened in 1775 during the Revolutionary War. A portion of George Washington’s forces were stationed in Chelsea throughout the Siege of Boston. 

In 1857, Chelsea started to develop into an industrial city. The moneymaker for the city was wooden ship construction. Other factories were constructed to make things like adhesives, rubber, elastic, boots, gloves and shoes.

Throughout the late 1890s and early 1900s, masses of European immigrants came to Chelsea. Around 1910, a third of the population in Chelsea was Jewish. By 1919, Chelsea reached a record-breaking population of 52,662 people, and 46% were foreign-born. 

However, the exponential growth the city experienced slowed rapidly after WWII. In 1990, the economy nearly collapsed. Thankfully, the city as recovered from that and is starting to blossom once again!

Chelsea Today

Chelsea, being that it is so close to Boston’s downtown, often becomes a quiet retreat for many. There are several parks and quaint streets to escape the crowds. Head to the Mary O’Malley State Park for views of the Boston skyline while enjoying some fresh air. Optionally, you can go to Port Park for a different waterside view. 

Looking for some restaurants to satisfy your cravings? Head to Broadway, the main road in the Downtown area. There you will find a wonderful selection of bars, restaurants, and take out to enjoy. Local favorites include the Broadway House of Pizza, Tito’s Bakery, Curly’s, and Ciao! Pizza and Pasta. If you’re up for trying some amazing bagels, head on over to Katz Bagel Bakery, at the intersection of Park St. and Congress Ave. 

If you arrive in the morning, you can grab a freshly baked pastry from one of the above-mentioned bakeries and head over to Winnismmet Park, located right along Broadway. It’s a lovely patch of green that is great for picnicking, walking the dog, or going for a quick job. You will find that many people also come to sip coffee and catch up. 

 Eight places on the National Register of Historic Places to see are: 

  • The Bellingham Square Historic District
  • The Bellingham-Cary House
  • C. Henry Kimball House
  • Chelsea Garden Cemetery
  • Downtown Chelsea Residential Historic District
  • Naval Hospital Boston Historic District
  • Revere Beach Parkway
  • Congregation Agudath Shalom

Chelsea often has events as well. For example, the Chelsea Night Market is often held at Luther Place throughout the summer months and into October. 

When in Boston, you don’t want to miss the chance to see other suburbs and neighborhoods, since that is what gives the city so much character! And since Chelsea is close to the airport, you can stop by on the day of departure for a quick look around.

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Perhaps you’re a busy Chelsea parent, trying to juggle the kids’ dance recitals and soccer practice on top of vacuuming and doing the dishes at home. Or maybe you’re a business professional or CEO who doesn’t have the time to deal with dust and dirt when you return home from a long day at work. Or possibly you may have a disabled relative or elderly parent who could use a helping hand around the house.

When you’re searching for a dependable home cleaner in Chelsea, don’t look any further. You can rest easy by choosing Patriot Maids to refer the very best house cleaner for your family. All house cleaners are background checked, come with 2 to 3 years’ experience, and fully equipped to handle any cleaning task. You can arrive at home knowing that your house has been cleaned by a qualified team of professionals and will shine from top to bottom.

Patriot Maids is Chelsea’s premier maid referral agency. Whether you’re looking for a weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or just a one-time deep clean, we make sure you’re able to have the same referred cleaner every single time. They’ll even remember your pets’ names!


Founded in 2018, Patriot Maids is a locally owned and operated cleaning referral agency in Chelsea, Massachusetts that functions as a matchmaker between clients and house cleaning services. We offer customizable residential home cleaning service referrals in Boston and surrounding areas. Referral agencies reduce costs for customers while raising the income of workers by sending jobs to independent cleaners who register under contract.

The independent cleaning professionals work to their own schedule, utilize their own acquired knowledge to complete jobs, and provide their own transportation. Depending on the needs of the customer, supplies, and equipment are provided by either the customer or the worker. The workers offer professional cleaning services, as requested by the customer, at the lowest possible cost.


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