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Dinnertime conversation is sure to thrive with a story behind every corner of this unique unit.
Calling all history, architecture, and design buffs—and anyone who likes free fun.
Character abounds in this charming home, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Featuring a JP unit with a front-deck view of Arnold Arboretum.
Industrial meets contemporary in this swanky Seaport condo.
From Eastie to Rozzi, for as little as $700 per roomie.
Vaulted ceilings, a private deck, and a wood-burning fireplace grace three levels of living space.
All of them have a private outdoor patio or deck, just in time for the warmer weather.
Downtown Crossing’s newest skyscraper will feature more fresh air, a proprietary app, and an electromagnetic-free zen room.
A spa-like bathroom and original industrial touches grace this massive one-bed.
Featuring a Brighton abode with a stained glass window and double mantel fireplace.
Featuring a top-floor unit with views of all of Brookline—for just $1,300.