Editor of Address

Eileen McEleney Woods

Woods worked previously as a copy editor on the magazine and wrote its On the Block real estate column. A UNH grad, she was a layout editor on the Globe’s night copy desk. Before coming to the Globe, she was a copy editor at the Las Vegas Review-Journal, news editor at The Vermont Standard in Woodstock, Vt., and a reporter at The Recorder in Greenfield. She joined the Globe in 1999.

Latest stories

Split-levels have their quirks

By Barbara Leedom , Globe Correspondent

We didn’t know anything about Boston suburbs, and we didn’t know anything about split-level houses. We were from New Jersey.

What kind of home does your money buy in Manchester-by-the-Sea?

By James Sullivan , Globe Correspondent

A sampling of homes on the market includes a multifamily with a gutted kitchen and a single-family that makes the most of its natural setting.

Tips for picking the right-sized rug

By Dina Holland , Globe Correspondent

Over the years I’ve observed a few common design pitfalls that homeowners succumb to but perhaps none more often than the woefully-small rug phenomenon.

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By Rob Robillard , Globe Correspondent

Contractor Rob Robillard discusses expansion and contraction and how humidity can affect the wood in your home.

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By Kara Woods , Globe Correspondent

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A homeowner primer on LED lighting

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