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Also on the Market Edward Durell Stone 3 Dogwood Lane., Darien, Connecticut Stone, who designed the lobby and ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria, Rockefeller Center, and the Kennedy Center, built this Japanese A- Frame in 1954. Its living-room window spans two floors. $1.6 million Mary Lopiano, Halstead Property
New York Magazine - Thursday, December 18, 2014
A Tokeneke Colonial on Delafield Island Road offers a home well suited for the modern lifestyle with added country charm. The country Colonial is in the private Tokeneke Association with a private beach and dock, communitywide events and private police patrol. The house is just a short stroll from town. Set back from the road, the stone and clapboard-sided home has an attached three-car garage with rustic barn-style doors and a covered front porch. Four sets of French doors, flanked by tall black shutters, open to the stately front porch studded with six columns. An oversized glass pane door with dual sidelights...
Darien News-Review - Thursday, December 18, 2014
Homes in the exclusive enclave of Belle Haven on Greenwich's shoreline are in demand, sending prices soaring even as other previously coveted areas throughout town, like backcountry, fall out of favor with the wealthiest homebuyers. "The demand continues to get stronger and stronger," said Christopher Finlay, a real estate agent with Halstead Property, who last month closed a $5.2 million sale at 101 Otter Rock Drive. The five-bedroom home, with 4,300 square feet sitting on an acre of land, had recently undergone a remodeling, having originally been built in 1975. The renovations added significant value. The house previously sold for...
Greenwich Time - Wednesday, December 17, 2014
A Sanctuary Just North of New York City Price: $2,975,000 Location: Harrison, NY This Harrison, New York home is a serene estate that features open living spaces, a teahouse and Japanese gardens. --Erin McCarthy After Ruth Amiel and her late husband Norman Amiel had lived in Manhattan for more than four decades, they decided they wanted ’something less frenetic,’ Ms. Amiel said. They purchased a piece of property in Westchester County in the mid-1990s, less than an hour’s train ride to Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. Ms. Amiel, who had been a draftsman during World War II and later had a career as...
Wall Street Journal - Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Halstead's Greenwich office collected toys for the 25th anniversary of the Inspirica holiday gift collection. From left to right, Rob Johnson, Besty Galindo, Candy Durniak, Diddle McAllister, Joann ERb, Debbi Trager, Elizabeth Douthit, Laurie Meyer, Steven Raucci with toys to donate to the Stamford-based nonprofit as part of an initiative across all of Halstead and all the Fairfield County offices of the company.
Greenwich Time - Tuesday, December 16, 2014