The Lakehouse Inn sits on a cliff overlooking Laurel Lake and has since 1903, making it a historic town landmark.
This loft was in complete disrepair when its current owner came across it, but you wouldn’t be able to tell looking at it today.
Designed in the simpler folk Victorian style, this house comes with a separate apartment, office space, and a front porch to meet all your needs.
Climb up the spiral staircase of this home for the best waterfront views Marblehead has to offer.
Forget the Kennedy Compound. This Barnstable home is the place to be when it comes to beachside living on Cape Cod.
The cathedral ceilings, arched windows, and floating stairs in this duplex unit will have you saying “hallelujah.”
Not ready to give up days on the beach? The shorefront is just a short stroll from this artfully designed home.
All you need to call one of Boston’s fanciest neighborhoods home is $625k and the ability to live in tiny spaces.
All of these pastel-colored homes are famous, but this one is particularly well known thanks to its annual light displays and peachy color.
A gorgeous Victorian with a storied history and a bit of damage thanks to a frozen pipe burst: Do you have the right stuff to fix it up?
These homes will make you want to throw on some boots and a flannel and spend some time in the great outdoors.
This sprawling riverfront estate is on Old Concord Road, one of the most important and historic parts of town.
In this bucolic Dorchester home, you’ll be delighted to find period features like stained glass with modern amenities.
Surrounded by over 3,000 acres of conservation land, this lux home has space for hiking, bicycling, and unwinding afterwards in style.