Madeline Bilis


Madeline Bilis was an associate editor at Boston magazine. She studied journalism at Emerson College and hails from an exciting town outside of Worcester.

Home & Property

Five Single-Family Open Houses to See This Weekend

From a Victorian in Wellesley to a charming Cape in North Weymouth.

City Life

The Very Best Dogs at the Red Sox Victory Parade

Do(g) damage.

Home & Property

Five of the Prettiest Homes That Hit the Market in October

From the coolest condo on the waterfront to an ultra-chic South End penthouse.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Jaw-Dropping Estate in the Berkshires

This gigantic compound sits on 85 acres along the Whiting River.

Arts & Entertainment

The ICA’s New Interactive Exhibit Is So Damn Cool

Swinging through its 600 suspended hoops is way harder than it looks.


Travel Deal: A Reward for Starting Holiday Shopping Early

A hotel in Portland is offering $30 credits to those who shop local this year.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Timeless Treasure in Truro

Oversized windows make this house a bright, sunny retreat.


Boston Traveler: Scottsdale, Arizona

Outdoor adventures, midcentury-modern architecture, and, yes, plenty of cacti await in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Home & Property

Boston and Cambridge Ranked as Cities with High Numbers of Homes Near Cemeteries

That means we also have a lot of ghosts, right?

Home & Property

Five Antique Open Houses in Salem to See This Weekend

They were built between 1860 and 1930.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Neatly Packaged Studio in Dorchester

This 607-square-foot unit sits inside a brick rowhouse in Savin Hill.

Home & Property

Five Outrageously Expensive Parking Spots You Can Buy Right Now

Care to fork over thousands of dollars for a few a square feet of pavement?

Home & Property

On the Market: A Midcentury Landmark in Lexington

It was dreamed up by principals of The Architects Collaborative.


Our Day Trip Guide to Portsmouth

Where you can explore antique houses and historical gardens.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Residence in the Round

This circular abode is set on a whopping 195 acres in Vermont.