Erin Kayata covers real estate for Boston. She previously worked for Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
Want your home to be an urban oasis? Set on nearly half an acre, this Chestnut Hill abode has a greenhouse, space for gardening, and a separate loft which can be used as a studio.
This custom-designed South Boston condo has a Poggenpohl kitchen with soapstone countertops and professional-grade appliances.
This well-crafted loft boasts deeded parking, heated bathroom floors, and a rooftop deck, all within walking distance of some of the city’s best outdoor markets.
Filled with character and charm, this 1890s home boasts multiple fireplaces, a library, and a 784-square foot guest house with its own bathroom and sleeping loft.
Recently renovated, this house offers beachside living with contemporary amenities like a lap pool, gourmet kitchen, and spacious deck.
This waterfront home is one of only 11 on a private island surrounded by marshes, ocean, and nature trails.
Bricklayer William Mason built the home in 1812 with two staircases, 13 rooms, and nine fireplaces, but modern touches make this house fit for contemporary living.
Luxurious city living meets suburban-style space in this home with its own garden, roof deck and multiple bedrooms with plenty of storage.
This home boasts three fireplaces, a backyard with a waterfall, and tons of space and natural light.
This home’s brick-lined living room and high ceilings give a contemporary feel to the historic structure.
This Osterville home allows water access without Cape Cod crowds.