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.
Featuring balconies, walk-in closets, and pet-friendly options—all still available for September 1.
Two minutes from the Stony Brook T stop, this fun and characterful single-family is full of hidden treasures.
Flannel wallpaper, amazing light fixtures, and plenty of sunlight make this gray-toned home feel cozy and cool.
You can find Hopper’s watercolor in the National Gallery of Art, or you can make your way to Gloucester to glimpse the hilltop "wedding cake house" in person.
Seaport penthouses, Comm. Ave. condos, Cambridge Victorians—can you guess how much they cost?
Looking to enjoy the luxury of just one roommate? Snatch up one of these sweet two-bedroom units.
From Trump’s old house, to the homes of Pulitzer Prize-winning authors, and supermodels.
An outdoor kitchen, 15 rooms, a hot tub by the ocean, and a garage to beat them all.
Spend the night in a train caboose, stone dome, tie-dye tiny house, and even more unique homes.
These easy breezy homes are just what summer called for.
Want to live like the GOAT? Now’s your chance, if you can round up $39.5 million.
These three and four-bedroom units run as low as $750 per roomie when split evenly.