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Spend your Saturday house shopping around Lexington, Medford, Newton, and beyond.
From a converted dairy barn on the oceanfront to an elegant Back Bay brownstone.
Complete with a bonus cottage, widow’s walk, and breathtaking ocean vistas.
With options in the South End, Allston, and Brighton, available for August and September.
Close to several beaches, this old school has been renovated into single-family digs.
Gaze out at the ocean all day in this sprawling Smiths Point residence.
Thinking of moving out to the ’burbs? Jumpstart your search with these single-families.
Embrace island living on this antique estate, filled with French and Italian treasures
Saunter from this Barnstable dwelling to a private stretch of beach in two minutes.
The sparkling duplex is less than a mile from TD Garden.
The ornate building was designed by the same architects who planned the original MFA.
Though Baker’s moratorium extension provides immediate relief, many say it’s far from enough.
Turn your lunch break into a picnic with these enticing decks.
This art- and nature-loving domicile is selling for $299k.
The property includes a lookout cabin dedicated to the spectacular scenery.