Madeline Bilis

Associate Editor at Boston Magazine

Madeline Bilis is an associate editor at Boston after starting at the magazine as an intern in 2014. Maddie hails from an exciting town outside of Worcester and has a degree in journalism from Emerson College.

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Home & Property

Fixer-Upper Friday: A Greek Revival Mansion in Millville

This 1830s manor could be yours for less than $200,000.

Home & Property

On the Market: An MIT-Designed Midcentury Modern Marvel

This house in Hingham boasts wood paneling for days.

Home & Property

Five Sparkling Condos to Tour This Weekend

Need a shiny new place to live? Look no further than these open houses.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Breezy Cambridge Duplex

With a lofted study overlooking the living spaces below.

Home & Property

Five Three-Bedroom Apartments for $2,400 or Less Per Month

Including a tastefully appointed home in Jamaica Plain.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Light-Filled Townhouse in the South End

It's a stone's throw from Southwest Corridor Park.

Travel

Have $69? You Could Hop on a Plane to Iceland

Discount flights are available through April.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Funky Victorian in Providence

This spacious single-family has six bedrooms and a couple of fireplaces.

Home & Property

Spaces: Buried Treasure

Charles River Wine Cellars works its magic in a brand-new home west of the city.

Travel

Cold-Weather Escapes: Park City

The town boasts the largest ski resort in the country.

Travel

Travel Deal: A Charming Stay in St. Augustine

Casa Monica Resort & Spa's "Enchated Evenings" package is tough to pass up.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Sunny Rowhouse Near Coolidge Corner

It's fresh off a down-to-the-studs renovation.

Home & Property

On the Market: An Airy Condo in East Somerville

It's on the third floor of a newly built Victorian.

Home & Property

Fixer-Upper Friday: A Fisherman's Bungalow in Quincy

It just needs a few cosmetic changes.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Cozy Cabin in the Mountains

Its walls were made for hanging taxidermy.