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.


Our Day Trip Guide to Worcester

Where you can peruse an antique market and enjoy a cold can of Polar.

Home & Property

Either-Or: A Waterfront Cape Escape vs. a Bay Village Townhouse

This month, we compare a yacht-friendly estate in Bourne with a gut-renovated home in Boston. 

Home & Property

On the Market: A Sprawling Colonial in the Country

Pear and apple trees grow on the six-acre property.

Home & Property

Care to Live on a Private Island in Lake Winnipesaukee?

This house for sale in New Hampshire asks $2.19 million.

Home & Property

There’s a Marcel Breuer-Designed Home for Sale in the Berkshires

The midcentury gem in Williamstown is set on more than 40 acres.

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On the Market: An Elegant Beach House in Cohasset

This 1904 Victorian brims with one-of-a-kind details.

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Fixer-Upper Friday: A Brick Townhouse in East Boston

This bow-front single-family has been completely gutted.

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Seven House Museums to Visit Within City Limits

Here’s where to admire architecture and antique furniture.

Home & Property

Five Sleek Open Houses to See This Weekend

In Southie, the South End, and beyond.

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On the Market: A Quirky Colonial in Stoneham

It’s one of the oldest structures in town.

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Judge Judy Is Now the Proud Owner of a Newport Mansion

She bought a $9 million estate called the "Bird House."

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On the Market: A Sea Captain’s Home in Truro

With an artist’s studio out back.

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Here’s What You Can Buy for $650,000 Right Now

With options in Southie, Rozzie, and Eastie.


A Love Letter to Market Basket’s Instagram

You are so pure.

Home & Property

From Blue-Collar Enclave to Million-Dollar Condos

Mel King and realtor Steven Cohen trace the South End’s evolution, for better and worse.