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.
Bumping into passerby at your usual green spaces? Pay a visit to these off-the-beaten-path outdoor areas.
For those trying to put six feet between them and their nearest neighbor—how about an ocean?
Some nice new digs for your social-distanced consideration.
Don’t miss the heated and self-irrigating greenhouse.
Can you guess which ones?
Even its garage is a cute little A-frame.
Take full advantage of the early Spring weather.
From completely contemporary mansions to sophisticated, sprawling Colonials.
Take the spiral staircase all the way up to the lush roof deck.
Turquoise appliances and wide pine floors adorn the 19th-century watering hole and hotel.
A spiral staircase connects the balcony on the main level to the heated courtyard below.
From a stylish condo in Roslindale to a Quincy bungalow with gorgeous woodwork.
From the Hancock Tower to One Dalton, the Boston native, who passed away Monday, never stopped shaping the city’s skyline.
With options in the West End, Charlestown, Beacon Hill, and beyond.