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This is What Buster Olney’s Prediction for the 2014 MLB Season Looks Like in Real Estate

Ah, the start of the Major League Baseball season. A time where the grass looks greener. The hot dogs are a bit tastier. And hope springs eternal.

Tour Through the Home of Paul Revere- One of America’s Greatest Supporters

As Home of the Brave Week comes to a close, we wanted to highlight one more influential individual in American history who played an integral part in helping us to become the free and great nation we are today. Paul Revere, a first generation American–his father was French and their pre-anglicized name was Riviore, might [...]

July 05 / 2013

The House of Free Speech

Old South Meeting house, where liberty found its allies and the American Revolution gained its voice.

Home of the Week: A Boston Classic in Beacon Hill

Not only is Boston Strong, but it’s beautiful as well. Our newest ‘Home of the Week’ brings us to a historic townhouse in one of Boston’s most desirable neighborhoods: Beacon Hill

Previews Goes to Beacon Hill: Luxury Guide to Boston’s Most Historic Neighborhood

The cobblestone past of Boston’s Beacon Hill could practically be a history lesson in American high society. As one of the city’s oldest and most affluent neighborhoods, it was home to many of America’s first movers and shakers, including writers Louisa May Alcott and Robert Frost, artist John Singleton Copley, architect Charles Bulfinch and patriots and statesmen such as John Hancock, William Prescott and Henry Cabot Lodge

Babe Ruth Home for Sale with Coldwell Banker

Even after The Great Bambino was infamously traded from the Red Sox to the Yankess, the slugger still called Boston home. Today, that home is now for sale. The estate is appropriately called Home Plate Farm and is located in Sudbury, MA which is about 20 miles outside of Boston and is currently for sale with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage agent, Scott Adamson.

May 08 / 2012

Best Sports Cities in America

If the forces of nature allowed me to choose a town based on solely on its sports rankings, my life would be filled with hot dog eating, three point shooting bliss – and I would choose a home right down the street from the stadium to make sure I never had to deal with traffic [...]

October 20 / 2010
Author David Marine
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Places Where St. Patrick’s Day is More than a Parade

What do Chicago, Boston and Savannah all have in common? They may be unique in their culture and history – but in March, they are also known as three of the best places in the U.S. to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. It can be debated for hours which town has the liveliest parade, friendliest pubs [...]

March 17 / 2010