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.
From patios to pools, South End to Medford, these open-air options are all in and around Boston.
“Let there be light.” —This home’s architect, probably.
Buying and selling homes in Greater Boston just got a little bit easier.
Cathedral ceilings, blue-hued walls, and a glass-walled sunroom set the stage for a lush oasis.
Clean lines, contemporary furnishings, and a collage of styles grace this abode.
From an artist’s loft in the South End to a unit in a converted schoolhouse in Chelsea.
This dreamy house lets you live on a lake without sacrificing access to the city. Plus, it has its own dance studio.
What better way to spend a weekend than traipsing through the North End?
Pre-dating the Revolutionary War, this home is rich with historical charm.
From a Brighton three-bed for $2500 to a South End studio for $2,700.