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.
Stretch out in these chic open houses around the city.
Including a cat-friendly one-bedroom with in-unit laundry and a private deck, for $1,900.
Rainbow stained glass, reclaimed ship parts, and marble fixtures furnish this Sumner Hill home.
There are no bad choices in this bunch.
Take a gander at these dreamy properties, laden with greenery.
Calling all tree-huggers—in this home, you can embrace nature without even stepping outside.
Step out of the October chill and into these lovely open houses, from Back Bay to Chestnut Hill.
Massive windows, roof decks, and cutting-edge design.
Convenient T and bus access, pet-friendly options, and spacious digs—what’s not to love?
This 1750 construction is a leaf peeper’s paradise and an antique-lover’s dream.
From a top-floor unit in a purple Victorian to a condo in a renovated schoolhouse.
Built circa 1680, the original part of the home is identifiable by its hand-carved fireplace mantels.
If $6 million was the only thing standing between you and buying Brady’s home, today is your lucky day.
From a stone wall with a covert cubbyhole, to a hidden doorway, to a secluded loft.