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

On the Market: A Princessy Pad in Back Bay

This itty bitty studio maximizes all of its 320 square feet.

Home & Property

Five Open Houses on the North Shore to See This Weekend

From a Gloucester home with water views to a charming antique in Marblehead.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Well-Kept Home in Charlestown

This orderly abode dates back to 1804.

Home & Property

West Roxbury and the South End Claim the Fastest Growing Rents This Spring

A new report from Zumper crunches the numbers.

Home & Property

Five Three-Bedroom Apartments for $2,600 or Less per Month

Most of them have been recently renovated.

Home & Property

33 House Museums Are Offering Free Tours in June

Historic New England’s open house day returns.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Stunning Second Empire in Cambridge

This Dana Hill manor is flanked by flowering trees.

Home & Property

So You Want to Live in Dorchester

Navigate the market with our trusty neighborhood guide.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Charming Central Square Condo

This rowhouse is antique on the outside, and modern on the inside.

Travel

Escape to the Islands

Shop, swim, and settle back: 40 ways to enjoy a classic getaway on Nantucket and the Vineyard.

Travel

Nantucket: Out of Town

Growing tired of shopping and museums? Sink your toes in the sand and savor every last second of seclusion on an island where all roads lead to the beach.

Travel

Martha’s Vineyard: Down-Island

Slurp oysters, soar through the skies, and revel in the hustle and bustle of the social side of the island.

Travel

Martha’s Vineyard: Up-Island

Ditch the crowds and catch an ocean breeze on the laid-back side of the Vineyard.

Travel

The Fairest Isles of Them All

New England’s archipelago is all over the map. These are the places worth leaving the mainland for.

Travel

Nantucket: In-Town

The gray-shingled houses, the sweet smell of pocket gardens, and the secret to getting away from it all—while staying in the thick of it.