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Restaurants are closed, quarters are close, and we’re home all the time. Real estate agents say some Bostonians are ready to pack up for the promise of personal space and their own backyard.
Five Fetching Apartments for Rent in Malden Right Now
Including a one-bedroom with assigned parking for $1,600 per month.
Covet: Dream Weaver
After a macramé class at a brewery, wedding photographer Suzanna March began to weave wall hangings inspired by nature.
Either-Or: A Spacious Lincoln Retreat vs. a Cozy Cambridge Single-Family
It’s amazing what a few miles will do to the market.
Here’s What You Can Buy in Greater Boston’s Top Ten Priciest Zip Codes
From Beacon Hill to Wellesley Hills, contemporary penthouses to Tudor mansions.
On the Market: Midcentury Modern Digs with an Airstream Trailer Guest House
Featuring walls of windows, an artist studio, heated pool, and 10 acres of lush landscape.
On the Market: An Airy and Many-Mirrored Brownstone
These bright and breezy digs boast five floors of living space.
Behold the city’s architectural treasures—according to us.
Five Victorian Open Houses to Tour This Weekend
Feast your eyes on these grand front porches and elegant interiors.
Five Nice Pet-Friendly Apartments for Rent in Boston
Bring your cat and dog companions along with you on move-in day.
So You Want to Live in Back Bay
Navigate the market with our trusty neighborhood guide, and spend your weekends strolling Newbury Street.
Five Delightful Homes You Can Buy in Newburyport
Featuring Federalist mansions, characterful Colonials, and Plum Island beach retreats.
On the Market: An Eye-Catching Chateau in Southbridge
Featuring 12 rooms, 9,000-plus square feet, and more than 65 pond-front acres.
Five Pretty Open Houses around Boston to Tour This Weekend
Featuring fetching homes in Bay Village, Brookline, and beyond.
Seven New England Homes for Sale for Less Than $300k
From exposed brick lofts to lakeside single-families, these neat homes start at $199k.
On the Market: A Sprawling, Sun-Soaked Stunner in Portland, Maine
It even has its own glass elevator.
Spaces: Peak Style
A winter-loving family brings European flair to their New Hampshire ski house.