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.
It’s amazing what a few miles will do to the market. This month, we compare a live-work space in Kendall Square with a single-family in a suburban historic district.
It’s amazing what a few miles will do to the market.
From homes with ski lodges and lighthouses to Airstream trailers and Versailles-inspired style, these are the most popular listings of the year.
It boasts gold chandeliers, seven fireplaces, and all the neat nooks and crannies that come with an early-1900s home.
The concrete complex near Davis Square incorporates an acre of green space, several live-work lofts, and an “urban museum.”
The idyllic single-family sports several wood-burning fireplaces and a tavern-like bar.
Watch the snow fall from the private roof deck or cozy up in the living room of this polished condo.
The five stories encompass a sprawling home and two apartments—all for $750k.
Care to destress in the primary bedroom’s personal sauna?
If you’re looking to kick back by the beach, this Bauhaus-style Cape Cod home was built for relaxation.
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Walk across the radiant heated floors and plunge into the heated pool all year long.
From sheltered terraces to brick-paved courtyards, feast your eyes on these enchanting outdoor dens.
The former tailor shop received an extreme makeover, Salem edition.