Sofia Rivera is a staff writer at Boston, where she covers all things real estate. She has a degree in journalism from Simmons College, where she also studied communications and Spanish. Having lived in and around Boston for years, she is on a never-ending hunt for the city's best chai latte.
This gorgeous one-acre estate is one of the Thimble Islands, an archipelago in Long Island Sound.
The whimsical single-level home is brimming with life and color.
Hang out underneath the backyard grape arbor and take in those Merrimack River views.
It’s hard to say which is a bigger draw: The magical solarium or the self-contained third-floor apartment.
Sip a nightcap from this totally renovated home’s covetable terrace.
A mass conversion to remote work could have a domino effect on Boston’s entire commercial real estate market.
Four sun-filled levels of living just outside Porter Square? Yes, please.
Check out the iridescent fireplace and disco ball-like kitchen feature.
Back in 1680, it was built for the founder of this northeastern Massachusetts city.
This condo in a former factory building could not be chicer.
Flooded with natural light, this suburban haven features a unique open-concept layout.
Featuring chartreuse ceilings and a ring-shaped roof deck with 360-degree views.
Soak up the summer on this 16-acre estate blessed by balmy bay breezes.
Lush gardens envelop this estate’s main home, guest quarters, and tea house.
Industrial style and quirky flair outfit this hip Eastie gem.