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Maggie Gold Seelig’s Family Heirloom
A leather sofa from her father’s office brings the Cambridge-based real estate broker comfort now.
This Wellesley Tudor Is a Home Entertaining Dream
Two married dentists tap architect Jacob Lilley to turn their stately brick home into a fun-but-traditional social hub.
A Waterfront Eastie Condo Comes to Life
Interior designer Trevor Fulmer gives a luxury East Boston unit a makeover as bold as its empty-nesting owner.
A Beacon Hill Condo’s Unfussy Yet Sophisticated Design
An understated scheme and a roof deck filled with foliage are the key ingredients in a traditional-turned-clean-lined condo in Beacon Hill.
Interior Designer Kerri Pilchik Gives a Chestnut Hill Home Colorfully Balanced Character
To reflect the family of four who inhabits it, a new house is fine-tuned with boldness, pattern, and personality.
On the Market: A Ship-Like Abode on Cape Cod Waters
Love the style of a house boat, but tend to get sea sick? Try this Barnstable home as a happy medium.
All the prettiest, most glamorous homes hitting the market in the Boston area.
Faraway Martha’s Vineyard Opens, Pays Tribute to Island Flora
An Edgartown icon is revived as a luxuriously laid-back garden party.
How Wolf in Sheep Design Brought Cambridge’s Moëca to Life
For the Shepard Street spot, the interior architecture firm paid subtle homage to the sea.
C’mon Barbie, let’s go party…in Spring Hill.
A Father-Daughter Birdhouse Biz Grows in Boston
How one local architect created a birdhouse design workshop, inspiring lessons about craft, carpentry, and entrepreneurship.
Coming Soon: A Dorchester Building Bringing Public Green Space to the Neighborhood
Dot Block, slated to open in June, will have public retail space, plus a slew of amenities for tenants.
A Beacon Hill Landmark Gets a 21st-Century Roof Deck
The site of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s wedding needed an inconspicuous upgrade. Architect Dan Gordon had a solution.
So, You Want to Live In Quincy?
Looking for Red Line access and waterfront living? Here’s what you need to know about buying a home in the City of Presidents.
On the Market: A Mansard Victorian in Cambridge with a Roof Deck
Enjoy the glimmer of city lights from the perch of this condo between Harvard and Central Square.
This is the Most Expensive Home Ever Sold in South Chatham
It comes with 200 feet of private shoreline access, offering seclusion from the Cape Cod summer crowds.