It is hard to ignore the recent snowfall that has accumulated in Boston over the past few weeks. The record for most snow fallen, set during the blizzard of 1978, has been broken this winter. Since January 15th, the Boston area has accumulated more than 75 inches of snow with predictions of more on the way. Boston has also set the new record for snowiest seven-day period with over 40 inches accumulated in just one single week.
When relocating or buying a new home in Boston what features are buyers in search for you may ask. With this tremendous amount of snow accumulation buyers are in search for homes that will ensure they are able to enjoy their snow day- whether it be nestled up next to their warm fire place or watching the snow fall in a lovely dining nook while they indulge on their favorite comfort food. Other features include large bay windows, cozy living rooms, wood stoves to warm your kitchen, and more.
Featured here are extraordinary homes we have listed at Gibson Sothebys International Realty. Each has cozy living space and allows you to enjoy the snow fall right outside your window.
Boston is not the only area being hit with these storms. USA today reported that areas in Maine recorded over 50 inches of snow setting a new record for snowfall that has not been broken in over 45 years. Meanwhile, meteorologist David Manning reported that southern Vermont and southern New Hampshire were being hit hard as well.
Looking to relocate to one of these locations in a cozy home further away from the city? Featuredhere are extraordinary homes listed by some of our New England Sothebys affiliates.
Make one of these properties your own before we have our next snowfall and enjoy your snow day from the comfort of your home. Do not hesitate to contact any of our agents today regarding the above properties.
Call 844.667.6663 or visit our website: Gibson Sothebys International Realty for more information.