Looking for a place to let your loyal companion run around in the city? Don’t let your urban environment prevent you from letting your dog run free! Here is a handy list of some of the best dog parks in Boston. Let your puppy socialize with friends in a safe location, while you both get some fresh air. Read more
“It’s hard to believe that we joined with Gibson Domain and became Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty 10 years ago this December. So much has happened both in the Industry and within our small company.
Our team has grown, our market share has grown and best of all the awareness to our incredible “White Glove” service for our clients and customers has become the standard all over Eastern Massachusetts.
As various market changes occurred, we remained steadfast in our core beliefs and commitments to our clients, customers and equally important, our associates.
We are in the midst of yet another change. A Titan of the industry has merged with another large corporate company. The Real Estate world is buzzing!
We will continue to stay the course, serve our clients and customers, and maybe even find a new Associate or two that enjoys our culture and success track. As the old adage states, the more things change the more they stay the same.”
Nestled on 2.12 acres on the picturesque North River, with its own boat dock, this historic New England home is truly exquisite. The property captures views over the tree-lined waters to give it a feel of an earlier era. Read more
The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) is hosting its fourth annual public art residency. This summer and fall the BCA is welcoming the Boston artist Chanel Thervil. Thervil explores the different faces of hope and its function in a community in her project Emergence: what does hope look like?
Photo from artist’s blog.
This Labor Day, head to the coast to enjoy the long weekend with friends and family. Whether it’s a barbeque by the pool or a formal sit-down in an elegant dining room, check out these summer homes that are perfect for hosting celebrations this Labor Day weekend.
This November, Sotheby’s Auction House will be showing 400 pieces from David Bowie’s personal art collection. First, the artwork will go on a world tour, making appearances in Los Angeles, New York City and Hong Kong. A musician and actor, Bowie took his passion for art seriously, collecting art and connecting with the artists he was buying from.
Designed by Boston’s Arthur Little in 1888 and sitting on .47 acres of land in the center of Cambridge, the Joseph Thorp House, currently listed for sale is an outstanding and eclectic Colonial Revival masterpiece.
Swanee Hunt, former US Ambassador to Austria, has lived in the home for 20 years. Since its conception, the Joseph Thorp House has opened its doors to cultural and political leaders from around the world. Hunt and her late husband Charles Ansbacher, a conductor, hosted numerous events in their home. Its spaces are perfect for both large gatherings as well as intimate ones. Distinguished guests have included Gertrude Stein, Hillary Clinton and Yo-Yo Ma.
The drama revolving around Brexit will never be able to take away from England’s natural, rural beauty. Its history and culture make it a premier destination for individuals and families.
If you are looking to be a part of England’s rich history, this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment is now available in the Laleham Abbey, Laleham Park. An hour’s drive from London, and located directly on the Thames River, this home could not be more idyllically British. Read more
One of Beacon Hill’s newest luxury developments, Maison Vernon, is currently under construction. It will contain seven condominiums varying in size from 2 to 3 bedrooms. Currently on the market, these impeccably-designed residences embody harmony and balance. The grand Penthouse Residence, with a one-of-a-kind roof living area, is currently listed on the market for $10,500,000. Take a deeper look inside below.
More details emerge on the development of Back Bay Station, in Boston. A new proposal from Boston Properties has been submitted to Boston Redevelopment Authority for approval.