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.
Spend all winter sipping cocoa in the restored barn, and stiff drinks in the in-home pub.
Plus, check out the cheapest and most expensive spots to rent in the new year.
Not unlike the White House, this lively residence features entire rooms dedicated to their own hue.
With must-see options in Fenway, Allston, Mission Hill, and Somerville.
Including an adorable single-family converted from a former railroad station.
This wood-loving Sandwich abode was once home to legendary newscaster Tom Ellis.
From contemporary to quirky, peruse these striking abodes—starting at $349k.
These steamy rooms can cure your winter-long bout of goosebumps.
This stone Williamstown residence is beautiful inside and out.
These antique open houses are chock-full of character—and they’re beautiful to boot.
Put away your space savers: These dedicated spots will still be yours when you get home.
The Boston Landmark Commission has deemed the infamous home "not significant."
Complete with a storefront-style foyer and a pair of drafting tables.
Construction, actually, is all around.
From a tower fit for Rapunzel to a bed and breakfast with 17 bedrooms.