The best way to enjoy the fall season in New England is to do a little leaf peeping.
I love the fall season in New England, and if you feel the same way, you absolutely must get outside and see the foliage. Some people call this “leaf peeping,” and you can start in Boston or move north to where I’m standing in today’s video: Jerry Jingle Highway. As you can see, the scenery is beautiful. We have yellows, reds, and oranges; it’s not to be missed before winter starts.
If you’re curious where else you can do some leaf peeping, a simple Google search will outline all the best spots in our region. Town & Country Magazine also published an article spotlighting the best places to visit in Boston and north of Boston.
While you’re out leaf peeping, don’t miss out on all the great open houses Farrelly Realty Group is hosting. For more information, simply check out our website farrellyrealtygroup.com. If you have questions about this or any real estate topic, don’t hesitate to call or email me anytime. I’d love to speak with you!