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 Contemporary Condo in Cambridge

A sleek open-concept kitchen has double ovens and Viking appliances.

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Fixer-Upper Friday: A One-of-a-Kind New Hampshire Home

With views of Boston and Mount Monadnock from the cupola.

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On the Market: A Unit in One of the South End’s Oldest Buildings

Welcome to the Porter House, built in 1806.

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A Report Says Boston Is Leading the Country in Building New Homes

But the efforts aren’t helping the market just yet.

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Five Open Houses in Jamaica Plain to See This Weekend

From Forest Hills to Stony Brook.

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On the Market: A Restored Colonial in Wenham

This 1900 farmhouse comes with a finished barn.

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Five One-Bedroom Apartments for Less Than $1,700 per Month

With options in the South End, Eastie, Brighton, and beyond.

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On the Market: A Chic Back Bay Rowhouse

It’s complete with multiple wet bars and a few fireplaces.

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Jamaica Plain and East Boston Had the Fastest Growing Rents This Winter

Meanwhile, Dorchester and the South End saw rent decreases.

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This Is the Minimum Salary Needed to Have Your Own Apartment in Boston

Hint: It’s cringeworthy.

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On the Market: A Breezy Jamaica Plain Loft

This home was carved from a turn-of-the-century carriage factory.

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Fixer-Upper Friday: A Former Church on the Merrimac River

Transform this Amesbury house of worship into a heavenly dream home.

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On the Market: A Retro Ranch in Salisbury

It’s been in the same family for 60 years.

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This ’60s Deck House in Lincoln Is Awash in Light

The contemporary home incorporates natural materials like cedar and stone.

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Five Antique Open Houses to Tour This Weekend

Get your fill of period charm in the ’burbs.