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BrownstonerRenovated Bed Stuy Brownstone With Exposed Brick Gas Fireplace Asks 2 695 Million

This Bed Stuy brownstone has been beautifully renovated, and not by a flipper, with restored original detail, new kitchens and baths and new mechanicals. A four-story with a fetching barrel-front facade and a rebuilt L-shaped stoop, it’s at 700 Putnam Avenue, between Lewis Avenue and Malcolm X Boulevard. It’s a four-family with a unit on each floor. The listing notes that an owner occupant “can enjoy” either the top-floor unit, with its working fireplace, skylights and roof access, or the garden unit, with its laundry room and landscaped garden. Does this mean the other units come occupied, or are they just highlighting the ones with...
Brownstoner - Monday, September 18, 2017

Brick UndergroundSteps From Fort Tryon Park And The A Train This Washington Heights Two-Bedroom Is Asking Under 900 000

This true two-bedroom on Fort Washington Avenue in northern Washington Heights is asking $889,000. It is significantly more expensive than the neighborhood median asking price of $700,000, according to StreetEasy, but a typical similarly sized apartment on the Upper West Side, for example, is nearly $900,000 more. It's also only half a block from Fort Tryon Park and the A train at 190th Street. Prices in Washington Heights have spiked over the past five years by a whopping 30 percent. It's unclear how long this rapid price growth can continue, but if it does, buyers could get a sizable return on their investment down the line....
Brick Underground - Monday, September 18, 2017

CurbedUpper East Side Open Houses To Check Out This Weekend

Welcome to the weekly Open House Tour, because who doesn't love a little real estate gawking? This time around, we're looking at what's on the market in Yorkville. ↑ Another studio on East 83th Street is in much better shape but will cost you a little more— it’s going for $399,000. This sunny co-op has already been renovated and now has new carpets, a modern kitchen with custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, decorative wall molding, a revamped bathroom, and custom closets. When: Sunday, September 17 (12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.) ...
Curbed - Friday, September 15, 2017

Stamford AdvocateAgent Profile Building Expertise Helps Agent

While Sharon D'Arinzo has only 18 months of experience as a Realtor, she knows the business like a pro having watched her builder father growing up and having worked 16 years for her husband's electrical and contracting company. D'Arinzo started 18 months ago as a Realtor for Keller Williams and has worked the past seven months for Halstead Property Connecticut. She said her father, Alan Friar, "kind of got me into looking at different houses as a kid. I saw him put so many additions on our own house growing up and I enjoyed picking out different fixtures. My dad's attention-to-detail was second to none....
Stamford Advocate - Friday, September 15, 2017

Stamford AdvocateSound Off What Does It Mean To Live On A Scenic Road And Its Benefits

It's almost fall in New England and with that comes the desire to take a drive out in the country. The scenic and rural roads of the towns that make up Fairfield County are an irreplaceable resource. Maintaining the aesthetic of these roads falls on the towns and homeowners. Before you buy a scenic road or consider making changes to your existing property on one, it would be prudent to check with the town's Planning, Zoning or Conservation Commissions to see if they have a Scenic Road Ordinance or similar ordinance. Knowing what kind of alterations you can make to your property beforehand will avoid heartache and in...
Stamford Advocate - Friday, September 15, 2017

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