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Kyle Kaagan

Boston, Massachusetts
Kyle is a Senior Vice President at Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty. With close to fifteen years of experience in the industry and 100s of millions in sales, she has consistently been recognized as an awarded Top Producer and selected as a Boston Top 20 Agent. A perfectionist at heart, those who know Kyle appreciate that her dedication to her profession, organizational skills and love of Boston are the keys to her success. She is known for going above and beyond the expectations of her buyers and sellers; those who work with Kyle find that her market knowledge, hands-on approach and detail-oriented style, produce excellent results. Kyle’s personal experience with home renovations and staging enable her to keenly advise her sellers on the best staging to maximize return on investment, and counsel her buyers with respect to a homes’ potential vis-a-vis renovations and improvements. She is a Realtor® and has received both the Accredited Seller’s Representative (ASR®) and the Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) certifications. Above all else, she engenders trust and helps her clients enjoy the buying and selling process. A native of Boston, Kyle ventured west and graduated with a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Washington in Seattle. Prior to joining Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, she spent over ten years as a corporate recruiter working within a number of highly respected professional services organizations. When she isn’t working, Kyle’s penchant for fashion, design, and dining out, takes her all over Boston and beyond. If you need advice on where to find the perfect accessory or gift, she’ll guide you in the right direction.
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Kyle's Boston

Boston, the capital of Massachusetts, is a city steeped in history, renowned for its intellectual prowess, cultural richness, and vibrant urban life. With a population known for its strong sense of community, Boston stands as one of the oldest cities in the United States, brimming with a blend of old-world charm and modern innovation. Rich historical background, evident in its cobblestone streets, red-brick buildings, and iconic landmarks like the Freedom Trail, which takes visitors on a journey through key sites of the American Revolution. Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere's House, and the USS Constitution Museum are just a few of the historic sites that paint a vivid picture of Boston.Home to prestigious academic institutions like Harvard and MIT, Boston is a hub for education and intellectual pursuits, attracting students and scholars from around the world. The city's cultural scene is equally diverse, featuring world-class museums like the Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, as well as a thriving performing arts community with theaters, live music venues, and an active local music scene. Boston's neighborhoods, each with its unique character, offer a diverse tapestry of experiences. From the bustling streets of Downtown, the Financial District, Waterfront and Seaport to the trendy shops and restaurants Back Bay, Beacon Hill and the South End, the Italian heritage of the North End, and the vibrant energy of neighborhoods like Charlestown, South Boston, Jamaica Plain and The Fenway. The city's sports culture is legendary, with passionate fan bases supporting teams like the Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, and Patriots.
Adjacent to Boston are two very popular bedroom communities: Newton and Brookline. Newton, seven miles west of downtown Boston, is a city known for its historic significance, well-established neighborhoods, and a blend of urban and suburban living. It is often referred to as "The Garden City" due to its abundance of green spaces, parks, and tree-lined streets. Newton is composed of 13 distinct villages, each with its own character and charm. These villages include Auburndale, Chestnut Hill, Newton Centre, Newton Corner, Newton Highlands, Newton Lower Falls, Newton Upper Falls, Newtonville, Nonantum, Oak Hill, Thompsonville, Waban, and West Newton. The city is renowned for its strong school system, making it an attractive place for families. It hosts a diverse and engaged community, with a range of cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities. The housing in Newton varies, offering a mix of architectural styles, from historic Victorian and Colonial homes to more contemporary residences. The city provides easy access to public transportation, making it convenient for commuters to travel to Boston and other nearby areas. Brookline is a charming town located just outside Boston past our famed Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox. Brookline is home to a variety of architectural styles, ranging from Victorian homes & brick townhouses and modern condominium buildings. The town's diverse population contributes to its vibrant atmosphere, offering a wide array of cultural influences, restaurants, and shops. The Northern side of Brookline is comprised of several ‘burroughs': Audubon Circle, Coolidge Corner, Washington Square and Brookline Village. The more suburban feeling areas of Brookline are Fisher Hill, Chestnut Hill and South Brookline. The town also boasts beautiful parks and recreational spaces, such as Larz Anderson Park and the expansive Olmsted Park, offering residents and visitors ample opportunities for outdoor activities and relaxation. Brookline is renowned for its excellent public schools, making it an attractive location for families. Additionally, it has easy access to public transportation, making it convenient for commuters to travel to nearby Boston and other parts of the Greater Boston area.


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