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Stunning luxury and views at The Clarendon

BY CINDY BAILEN The lobby at The Clarendon at 400 Stuart St. in the Back Bay looks even more gorgeous than usual at this time of...

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One condo sold, another available on Rowes Wharf

One condo sold, another available on Rowes Wharf

By Wayne Braverman One premier luxury waterfront townhouse condos is now gone, but another is still available at 20 Rowes Wharf on the Waterfront. The Residence on Rowes Wharf is considered to be one of Boston’s premier waterfront properties. This complex offers its residents 24-hour concierge and full luxury services from the Boston Harbor Hotel. Residents have access to a gym and... Read Full Story

Luxury in a new South Boston three-decker

Luxury in a new South Boston three-decker

Three-decker apartment buildings were once the most common type of new housing popping up in urban areas such as Boston during the late 19th and early 20th century. It was a trend seen mostly in the industrialized cities of New England such as Worcester, Lowell and Boston. These were typically wood construction where each floor contained a single apartment. It was seen as a way to offer housing... Read Full Story

A taste of Vermont on Chestnut Hill

A taste of Vermont on Chestnut Hill

  Picture a custom dream home in Vermont: contemporary with a cedar exterior. Inside, the house is well designed with accents of wood and stone. Ceilings are lofty and the floor plan is open concept. Large windows on every wall overlook mature trees and grassy hills. Now, imagine a house like this just six miles from downtown Boston and easily accessible to public transportation. The... Read Full Story

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Gibson Sotheby’s looks ahead to another fine decade

Gibson Sotheby’s looks ahead to another fine decade

The following is a note from Larry Rideout, CEO/Co-Owner of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty: It’s hard to believe that we joined with Gibson domain|domain and became Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty 10 years ago on Dec. 1. So much has happened, both in the industry and within our small company. Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty was built around a strong core of agents and... Read Full Story

Boston condo market cools off in October

Boston condo market cools off in October

Fall is heading to its homestretch as people gear up for the holiday season. And, of course, winter is not too far away. For the real estate market, that usually means a sales slowdown. The start of that drop was reflected in the sales for October. The Listing Information Network reports that in the 11 city neighborhoods covered by Boston Homes, sales of condos checked in at 327 units. That is... Read Full Story

Plenty of helpful tips at Boston Home Décor Show

Plenty of helpful tips at Boston Home Décor Show

  Many people enjoyed a weekend of design and fine art in Boston last week. Design experts and vendors showcased their fine art and beautiful furnishings at the second annual Boston Home Décor Show at Boston Center for the Arts Cyclorama. Boston Homes was one of the sponsors. The weekend kicked off on Nov. 17 with a gala preview, a benefit for DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting... Read Full Story

Millennium Tower still driving Boston’s condo sales

Millennium Tower still driving Boston’s condo sales

Once again, the big driver in the latest condo market sales is found in the Back Bay/Midtown district through the new 60-story Millennium Tower at One Franklin St. Among the 163 condos sold in September in that part of the city, 107 were units at Millennium Tower. Condo sales in the 11 city neighborhoods covered by Boston Homes were higher this September than in September 2015, going from 360... Read Full Story

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Renovated Beacon Hill home is a September spectacular sale

Renovated Beacon Hill home is a September spectacular sale

  The Federal-style brick townhouse at 79 Joy St. is quintessential Beacon Hill – a flat brick facade with shutters and window boxes and a recessed entry with double doors with glass insets. But its interior is thoroughly contemporary. Last month the 3,140-square-foot home with four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths was among September’s spectacular sales. It sold for $2,900,000 Jared Wollaston of Hammond Residential Real Estate was the listing broker for this exquisite home, and Seth Driggin of Keller Williams Realty’s South End office was the selling broker. The home was... Read Full Blog Post

Wicked Local U offers free day of learning in Newton

Wicked Local U offers free day of learning in Newton

Somewhere between the proverbial “School of Hard Knocks” and the University of Oxford lies Wicked Local U, an opportunity to gain knowledge and expertise on a wide variety of topics. Presented by Edelman Financial Services, Wicked Local U will be in session on Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Boston Marriott Newton, 2345 Commonwealth Ave., from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The classes will focus on a variety of topics, including: Arts, Culture & Adventure; Health & Wellness: A Better U; Popular Science & Discovery; Financial Fitness; and What’s New: Innovation & Technology. “All of... Read Full Blog Post





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