Selling Your Home | Minimum decorating for Maximum effect

I’ve been asked,  “once I get the house de-cluttered painted & cleaned, how do I choose what to put back up and what to leave packed up in boxes?  Do I rehang pictures, or leave the newly painted walls empty?  Keep items on the shelves and bookcases or leave them empty?”  The answer is a little of both (actually more no than the yes). Read more

The Mozart of Skyscrapers

Colleen Barry, Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty’s Director of Productivity, recently had the pleasure of visiting a building that has been called “The Mozart of Skyscrapers.” She reported that it was a breath-taking experience. The views are captivating and the old-world craftsmanship is mind-boggling. The building’s history and aesthetic simply exude romance.


The Woolworth Building has long been a fixture in Manhattan’s skyline; after all, it was the city’s first skyscraper. Now its upper floors are being masterfully restored and converted to condominiums. Barry asked the Listing Agent, Stan Ponte, and his team member, Christian Emanuel, to tell us more. Read more

New Property Syndication Partner: CountryLife.Co.UK

Screen Shot 2016-10-18 at 11.23.24 AMThe reach of the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand continues to grow, promoting our properties through the most prestigious real estate channels worldwide. And now we’re expanding that presence in the United Kingdom, which represents the 4th largest source of traffic to To meet that demand among UK consumers, now qualified property listings on will be promoted through Read more

Extraordinary Listing: 42 Mussell Point, Gloucester

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Looking to live north of Boston right on the waters edge? 42 Mussell Point in Gloucester is the home for you. This sunny four bed, three and a half bath property features an open floor plan with cathedral ceilings and gorgeous windows for the ocean views. Read more

Columbus Day Weekend Activities

Columbus Day weekend is upon us! Not sure how you want to spend it? We’ve got you covered with a breakdown of festivals, tours, shopping sales, and other fun activities!  Read more

The Wholy Grain: An All-Day Pick-Me-Up


With countless cafes and bakeries peppered throughout the South End, it is always refreshing to find one that makes you feel at home. The Wholy Grain, situated on the ground level of a brownstone on the corner of Shawmut and Hanson, does just that.  Read more

Extraordinary Listing: One of Ashmont Hill’s Most Magnificent Homes


61 Alban is widely recognized as one of the most magnificent homes on Ashmont Hill, one of Boston’s premier neighborhoods. Designed and built by a renowned Boston Architect, Harrison Atwood, in 1888 as his own residence, it is truly an architects house.

The expansive floor plan was designed for entertaining guests with endless architectural detail, elaborate woodwork and stained glass.  Read more

Affiliate Feature: Celebrity Home For Sale in Bermuda


Beloved Hollywood couple Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are selling their Bermuda oasis. The property, 10 Longford Hill Road, is currently on the market for $10,650,000 and listed by our affiliate Rego Sotheby’s International Realty.  Read more

Real Estate News: Greater Boston sees Steady Sales & All-time Record Prices in August

Strong buyer demand and an overall healthy economic environment in Greater Boston led to steady sales and all-time record prices for both the single-family and condominium markets in August, according to data from the Greater Boston Association of REALTORS® (GBAR).

“The market was extremely busy last month and we did not experience the normal lull in activity as we often do in August. These steady sales totals are indicative of the continued buyer confidence and activity in Greater Boston as well as the desirability to live here,” said GBAR President Andrew Sarno. “We’ve also seen increased prices and a shrinking inventory in our region, so it is encouraging to see this amount of buyer activity despite median sales prices continuing to rise to all-time highs.”

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A Little Piece of History: 168 Brattle Street


Rarely does a mansion designed with such architectural intrigue come on the market in Cambridge. Known as the Joseph Thorp House, this 1888 single family home was designed by Arthur Little for philanthropist and activist Sara Chapman Bull over a century ago. Read more