Madeline Bilis

Associate Editor at Boston Magazine

Madeline Bilis has been a writer and editor at Boston magazine since 2014. She studied journalism at Emerson College and hails from an exciting town outside of Worcester.

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Home & Property

On the Market: A Waterfront Cottage in Eastham

Built in 1900, this Cape Cod cabin is a relic of simpler times.

Home & Property

Fixer-Upper Friday: A Cape on the Cape

This Sandwich home could be yours for less than $325,000.

Home & Property

Five Open Houses in Scituate to See This Weekend

Savor summertime at one of these coastal cottages.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Charming Cape in Newton

This sprawling home boasts a sunlit den with vaulted ceilings.

Travel

QUIZ: Name That Beach!

See if you can ID these iconic Massachusetts beaches.

Travel

A New Hotel Is Opening at the Tip of Provincetown

Welcome to AWOL.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Cape Cod National Seashore Hideaway

This funky ’70s abode in Truro is nestled between kettle ponds and the ocean.

Travel

Travel Deal: A Trip to Marvel at Horticultural Masterpieces

Head to Gatineau, Québec, this year for the magnificent display that is Mosaïculture.

Home & Property

On the Market: A French Villa Replica in Nahant

It’s perched on a cliff overlooking the ocean.

Home & Property

Five of the Prettiest Homes That Hit the Market in June

From a JP mansion with a pool to a beachfront bungalow down the Cape.

Home & Property

Fixer-Upper Friday: An 1830s Bank in East Bridgewater

It’s been in the same family for more than 100 years.

Home & Property

Five City Open Houses with Adorable Outdoor Hangouts

Think: riverfront roof decks and brick patios with climbing ivy.

Education

Are You a Preschool Parent? We’d Love to Hear from You

Tell us why you love your preschool.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Coastal Compound in Ogunquit

The main residence, guest house, and pool all face the Atlantic.

Home & Property

The 10 Prettiest Antique Colonials for Sale in New England

They were built between 1670 and 1880.