With sweeping ocean views and all of the luxurious amenties available, this building is one of the finest luxury residential buildings in Boston. Take a closer look:
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If you think your beloved house is 150% covered by your insurance you're going to be severly disappointed. There are probably some pretty big holes in your coverage. Two of the most common doozies are flooding and earthquakes - and just because youre not looking to settle down in San Francisco or another high-risk area doesn't mean you're [...]
Take a closer look at the most luxurious listings available in Boston now. Experience all the stunning views, immaculate design and luxurious decor Boston real estate has to offer.
On the border of Waltham and the bank of the Charles River sits Auburndale. "The Reverend Charles du Maresque Pigeon, grandson of an illustrious eighteenth century local, is credited for persuading the railroad to introduce a flag stop on its line two miles West of West Newton. This influx of traffic led to a surge in [...]
When Wes Craven conceived "A Nightmare on Elm Street", the classic 1984 horror flick, he chose to set it on a street that would evoke a kind of "Everywhere", US. Craven's goal in using Elm Street was to imply that horror can happen anywhere - even in seemingly safe residential [...]
Going through the stressful escrow process is a necessity when buying a home. Once you're past it, you finally get to live in the home you've worked so hard for. But first, you have to [...]
Castles Unlimited brings you the top new luxury listings in Newton, Massachusetts. This video features only the most magnificent homes - falling between around $3-$4 million on average. These impressive homes are all located in the coveted and historic town of Newton. Close to Boston but far enough to feel suburban, Newton has been ranked as [...]
Newton Highlands' railroad station was constructed before the town was even built. This was back when the Charles River Railroad was extended through Newton in 1852. The primary purpose of the track was to carry gravel from Needham to fill the Back Bay. This lasted until the early 1870s when the railbed was [...]
This spectacular new construction will be finished in the summer of 2016. The functionality and livability of this home is as impressive as the curb appeal, featuring all the bells and whistles for today's discerning buyer. Situated on a 14,150 square feet of level lot, this beautiful home includes 6 Bedrooms, 7 [...]
A message from Mayor Setti D. Warren:
We live in a fantastic place and according to a 2014 survey from Wall Street 24/7 Newton is the #1 city in which to live in the United States. Our education system, public safety, city services and fiscal health are excellent, but we know that our city's greatness goes beyond these factors. it is [...]
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