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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Travel

Five Adorable Inns for a Weekend Getaway in Vermont

Fill up the tank and go.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Gleaming Two-Bedroom in Southie

It’s topped off with a private roof deck.

Travel

Travel Deal: A Wholesome Fall Trip to Western Mass.

Apple-picking and pumpkin patches? Check and check.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Cambridge Condo Near the Charles

Each of its rooms are bathed in sunlight.

Home & Property

Five of the Prettiest Homes That Hit the Market in September

From Somerville’s coolest loft to a funky glass box on the North Shore.

Home & Property

Boston Is Still the Fifth Most Expensive City for Renters

One-bedroom rents have grown by 2.2 percent since last month.

Home & Property

Fixer-Upper Friday: A Shabby Victorian in Hyde Park

It’s a 10-minute walk to the Commuter Rail.

Home & Property

There Are Really Pretty Open Houses in Cambridge and Somerville This Weekend

Peek inside five impeccably designed homes.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Stunning Space Inside a Somerville Schoolhouse

It’s anchored by a grand double staircase.

Home & Property

Either-Or: A Harbor Tower Condo vs. a Woodsy Escape in Vermont

Two listings. The same price. What’s worth it?

Home & Property

On the Market: An 1893 Cottage Near Rockport Harbor

It makes the most of its 600 square feet.

Home & Property

Five City Condos for Sale with Wood-Burning Fireplaces

’Tis the season of chunky sweaters, pumpkin carving, and...buying condos with fireplaces in them.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Craftsman-Style Manor in Brighton

It was built in 1912 for a distant cousin of poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Home & Property

House Tour: A Cheery Condo in Brighton

The co-owner of Trim Design Co. strives for a balance of old and new in her breezy two-bedroom.

Home & Property

Bostonians Save Almost $12,000 a Year by Having a Roommate

Living alone is overrated, right?