Dover Equestrian Estate featured in Real Estate

We are very proud to see our new offering 1 Hunt Drive Dover, MA 02030 represented in Real Estate! Thank you Jim Morrison for featuring this magnificent estate.


Bridle suite: Dover equestrian property on market for $3.9 million

Four Seasons Private Residences Sale in Real Estate

We are proud to see our recent sale at the Four Seasons Private Residences represented in Real Estate. SOLD at $400,000 over asking price- $5,600,000.

Lexington Estate Feature in Curbed Boston offered at $4.4M

We are pleased to present 5 John Hosmer Lane, Lexington MA offered at $4,400,000. And yes, it does come “with all the bells and whistles”.

2018 Real Trends The Thousand

Humbled to receive the recognition on The Thousand presented by Real Trends & The Wall Street Journal.
#148 agent in the USA and the #4 agent citywide in Boston

“Chestnut Hill Home Brings Distinction”

“Renovated in 2012, the Woodland Road house was previously turned into an open and modern dwelling that takes up three levels — from the finished basement to the second floor — and more than 6,500 square feet”.


Thank you, #HomeSm@rt  #CarucciGroup #GibsonSothebys #LuxuryRealEstate #ChestnutHillRealEstate #BrooklineRealEstate

The Carucci Group Welcomes Glen Kelley as its new President

BOSTON, Sept. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The Carucci Group, a division of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, announces today the appointment of Glen Kelley, former Publisher of Boston Common Magazine, as its President.


Baby Boomers May Not Be Ditching the Suburbs

Michael Carucci sits down with Bisnow Boston’s Cameron Sperance and talks about the luxury real estate market, baby boomers and the live/work/play model of the city!

Michael Carucci, Gibson Sotheby’s, discusses the Luxury Real Estate Market in Boston

By for Real Estate Talk Boston

Michael Carucci sits down with Chris Devin, to talk about the Boston real estate market overall and why more people are moving into the city and less people are moving out. Plus, he explains why there’s such a strong demand for trophy assets in Boston.

Inside the battle for StreetEasy’s soul

Three years after buying the NYC listings portal, Spencer Rascoff’s Zillow is rolling out controversial (but lucrative) programs that have led to all-out war with residential brokers. Is there a resolution in sight?

Renovated Townhouse in Boston’s Back Bay Seeks $15.75 Million

Owned by real-estate developer Bruce Percelay and his wife Elisabeth, the home is one of the city’s priciest listings.

A renovated townhouse in Boston’s Back Bay is going on the market for $15.75 million, making it one of the city’s priciest listings.

The red brick-and-brownstone townhouse, built in the late 1800s, measures about 9,100 square feet and is spread over five stories plus a finished basement, according to listing agent Michael Carucci of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty. It is divided into three units: a three-bedroom apartment on…