Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Park Avenue Office
Tel: (212) 381-3269
Cell: (917) 797-8576
John joined Halstead Property LLC in 1991 after a twenty year career as a writer. Last book: "The Vanderbilts and the Gilded Age" with an Introduction by Louis Auchincloss (St. Martin’s Press, 1991). Current focus is sales and rentals of architecturally interesting coops, condos, and townhouse properties, primarily on the Upper East and Upper West Sides of Manhattan, but also in Chelsea, the Upper Upper West Side, the Village, and/or anywhere good buildings are found. Architecture is John’s lifelong passion. His weekly column, Big Old Houses, appears regularly on David Patrick Columbia’s New York Social Diary.
John purchased and renovated half a dozen West Side brownstones during the real estate boom of the 1970s. He spends the working week at a pied a terre on East 63rd St in Manhattan, but home is Millbrook, NY, in a large historic house built by the founder of Union Carbide. Called “Daheim,” this house was occupied during the mid-1960s by the notorious Dr. Timothy Leary’s League for Spiritual Discovery.
John’s widely read blog, "Big Old Houses," which appears every Tuesday on David Patrick Columbia’s New York Social Diary, recently earned the Victorian Society of America’s award for "Best New Media of 2012."
John is an avid sportsman, an accomplished equestrian and a longtime squash player. John’s daughter, Jazzy, after earning a Masters degree in Special Education from Lehigh University, married a local Lehigh boy and settled down to teach special education in the Saucon Valley public school system.
Halstead Property, LLC
The following are selected closed transactions in which John Foreman represented the buyer, the seller, or both:
UPPER EAST SIDE CO-OP $865,000
MANHATTAN: 25 East 69th Street (between Madison and Park Avenues), #3A
A one-bedroom one-bath third-floor unit in a prewar Federal Revival town...
New York Times - Friday, July 20, 2012
Less than $300,000
790 Riverside Drive (156th St.)
On the Market: 43 weeks
550-sq.-ft. co-op in a prewar...
New York Times - Sunday, October 08, 2006
John Foreman represented this exclusive property on 238 East 49th Street and it is now closed or no longer available. Take a sneak peek at this property and if you are interested in something comparable please reach out to John at email@example.com or 212-381-3269
John Foreman represented this exclusive property on the Westside and it is now closed or no longer available. Take a sneak peek at this property and if you are interested in something comparable please reach out to John at 212-381-3269 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
John Wollberg, Halstead Director of Sales Upper Eastside, joins some of his agents to tell you of the tree-lined streets awash in elegance and culture located in the Upper Eastside Section of Manhattan.
All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. No representation is made as to the accuracy of any description. All measurements and square footages are approximate and all information should be confirmed by customer. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to Halstead. Customer should consult with its counsel regarding all closing costs, including without limitation the New York State 1% tax paid by buyers on residential properties over $1 million. Halstead represents the seller/owner on Halstead's own exclusives, except if another agent of Halstead represents the buyer/tenant, in which case Halstead will be a dual agent with designated agents representing seller/owner and buyer/tenant. Halstead represents the buyer/tenant when showing the exclusives of other real estate firms. In all instances Halstead treats all parties fairly and honestly. Halstead actively supports equal housing opportunities.