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Darien News-ReviewOn The Market Waterfront Home Has Lots More To Offer Than Views

Tucked on a quiet cul de sac, a five-bedroom Colonial offers buyers a trifecta: waterfront property with a private dock and custom pool. Situated on more than an acre of land at the edge of Goodwives River, this waterfront gem offers easy access to Long Island Sound without being in a flood zone. Built in the mid-1960s and renovated in 2005, the home features an open floor plan designed to complement its views of the water, which can be seen in nearly every room. Inside, a Craftsman-style staircase allows visitors an immediate glimpse of the water from the moment they step inside. ...
Darien News-Review - Friday, February 27, 2015

27eastHomes Are Selling In Southampton's Art Village

Quietly tucked away in Shinnecock Hills, several houses in the Art Village of Southampton have been on the market in recent years. The newest addition to this group is 9 Montauk Highway, which is listed for $6.2 million. The Art Village is made up of a cluster of properties, some with multiple dwellings, and it was originally a school, headed up by the famous American portrait, figure and still-life painter William Merritt Chase. Known as the Shinnecock Summer School of Art, it ran for 11 years, from 1891 to 1902, and was established by Janet Ralston Chase Hoyt, a real estate investor, philanthropist and artist. Neighboring parcels were...
27east - Thursday, February 26, 2015

New York PostHouses Of The Week

Flatbush, Brooklyn $389,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Square feet: 1,350 Maintenance: 1,040 Marketed as the "crown jewel of Flatbush," this co-op building on Flatbush Avenue, between Avenues H and I, offers a doorman, two swimming pools and this "sprawling" corner home with a private patio and 32-foot-long living room. Agents: Kevin Jones and Hakim Edwards, Halstead Property, 718-878-1744 and 718-613-2034
New York Post - Thursday, February 26, 2015

New York PostKnit Picking

Designer Franceska Earls, who runs the Andean-inspired and crafted Augden knitwear brand found in stores like Anthropologie and Saks Fifth Avenue (and is the great niece of a former Bolivian president), has listed her condo for $1.67 million (right). Located in the Rutherford Place building at 305 Second Ave. near Stuyvesant Square, her two-bedroom triplex measures 1,166 square feet. It comes with a living room with 16-foot ceilings, a dining area with built-in bar, chef's kitchen and courtyard views. The listing broker is Halstead's Ivana Tagliamonte.
New York Post - Thursday, February 26, 2015

DNAinfoSee Inside Historic Homes That Were Once Water Towers And Factories

BROOKLYN — At one point they were water towers, churches and even stables. Now many call them home. Fort Greene and Clinton Hill have experienced an influx of new developments in recent years, but the neighborhoods also have retained some of their their historic charms with structures that used to be something else. People all over the neighborhoods are living in repurposed buildings like the former National Guard armory at 171 Clermont Ave. or the 100-year-old former furniture warehouse at 139 Emerson Place. And several other converted homes have recently hit the market like 555 Washington Ave., which used to house the seminary for Cathedral...
DNAinfo - Wednesday, February 25, 2015