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Darien News-ReviewOn The Market Gracious Home Enhanced By Waterfront Setting

On the market for the first time, a beautifully situated Cape-style home nestled at the end of a meandering private drive offers waterfront living and postcard-perfect views of Hemlock Cove on Gorham's Pond. From the visiting egrets and herons during summer months to a Currier and Ives display of skaters looping in figure eights on the frozen pond, the property on Swifts Lane offers unrivaled water views on its 435 feet of private shoreline year-round. With meticulously landscaped sweeping grounds stretching from the terraced flagstone patios to the grassy lawn that runs alongside the pond, the property sits on 3.07 well-kept acres adjacent to an additional acre of...
Darien News-Review - Friday, October 24, 2014

BrownstonerHouse Of The Day 142 A Hull Street

This little two-family at 142 A Hull Street has been unfortunately over-renovated to our way of thinking, but even so it appears to be in move-in condition with a relatively low price tag for Brooklyn these days. It’s set up as a top-floor rental over a three-bedroom duplex. The facade is mostly intact and we like the quirky offset window and the Neo-Grec detail. The house is located in Ocean Hill close to the Broadway Junction subway station. The ask is $719,000. Do you think it might make a good investment property?
Brownstoner - Thursday, October 23, 2014

Marketing Cloud BlogDrones And Virtual Reality The Emerging Face Of Digital Marketing

Digital marketing is taking a technological leap forward. From virtual reality headsets like Oculus Rift to drones, marketers are getting their hands on the coolest new gadgets to better reach their customers. Video marketing takes off Since its invention, video has been a powerful medium for brands to reach customers. Now, brands are shooting videos from drones to give product and marketing videos a professional aerial touch. Cirque du Soleil recently teamed up with Swiss university ETC Zurich to produce a short video called “Sparked” that was filmed using drones. The storyline follows an electrician whose workshop springs to life. The plot is simple, but the visuals are...
Marketing Cloud Blog - Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Wilton BulletinHalstead Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Wilton real estate agents Anne Oliver, Anne Lineberger, and Bozena Jablonski were among peers at Halstead’s five-year anniversary of service in Fairfield County. Halstead Property, of River Road, recently celebrated its fifth anniversary of service to Fairfield County with a party at the Wee Burn Beach Club in Rowayton. “Five years ago, Halstead had an incredible opportunity to enter Fairfield County by joining forces with two top agencies and it was one of the best decisions that our firm has made in our 30-year history,” said Diane M. Ramirez, CEO of Halstead Property. “It’s been a fabulous five years and I have watched...
Wilton Bulletin - Tuesday, October 21, 2014

BrownstonerNow On The Market For 6 Million 247 Hancock Street In Bed Stuy

The John C. Kelley House, site of a Sharon Stone film shoot and a visit from President Cleveland, is now officially on the market for $6,000,000 and photos went up on the listing Friday afternoon. As we reported in July, the longtime owner, a retired advertising executive, bought it when it was an illegal SRO and meticulously restored it. The double-wide house at 247 Hancock Street is 41 feet wide by 60 feet deep, according to the listing, and sits on an even bigger 81-by-100 square foot lot. The Neo-Renaissance house with Romanesque Revival features was designed in the 1880s by architect Montrose Morris, who lived...
Brownstoner - Monday, October 20, 2014