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Home & Property

Living Monument

Isabella Stewart Gardner, Boston’s most famous patron of the arts, relished the time she spent at Green Hill, the 40-acre Brookline estate she and her […]

Home & Property

Re-Formed for the Future

Imagine ascending a steep mountain slope. You traverse side to side across the pitch in a switchback fashion, turning almost 180 degrees at the edge […]

City Life

A Primer on Boston’s Victorian-Era Buildings

From Boston Home’s Summer 2023 issue. Boston is considered a contemporary architectural underdog, often overshadowed by larger cities. But few places can boast of more than […]

Arts & Entertainment

What the Boston Athenaeum’s $17 Million Renovation Looks Like

The Boston Athenaeum isn’t the inner sanctum you may think it is—although it did start out that way. Among the nation’s largest independent membership libraries […]

Home & Property

Historic Interpretation

When it was built in 1902, the Ayer Mansion at 395 Commonwealth Avenue broke with Back Bay tradition. Rather than using the red brick favored […]