Erin Kayata covers real estate for Boston. She previously worked for Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
This West Cambridge abode was once the home of the local architect who designed the Cambridge Public Library.
This home is on Under the Mountain Road, but it’s really adjacent to them, offering the best vistas.
Zillow collected data showing the average home selling for over a million dollars now is 786 square feet smaller than a million dollar home sold in 2016.
This secluded Cape Cod property comes with koi and frog ponds on its nearly three acres of land.
This colorful estate also boasts a life-sized outdoor chess set, an indoor grotto, and a stone teahouse from the 1920s.
With walls of windows providing panoramic water views, it’ll be impossible not to relax in this contemporary abode.
It’s amazing what a few miles can do to the market.
With 6.5 acres of land and access to a private beach, this home offers seclusion even during the island’s busiest season.
It comes with an eating area with a built-in banquette that makes you feel like you’re dining in your own private bistro.
Ever wanted to do a home swap? This company now allows luxury home owners to exchange their homes.
Ready for fall? The pastoral grounds of this Dartmouth home come with fields and an orchard, plus a deep-water dock.