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Brick Underground5 Things To Know Before You Buy An Investment Rental Property Out Of State

If you want to start investing in real estate but are on a budget, it can make perfect sense to take your search outside the city. After all, whether you're looking for vacation property to rent out part of the time, or a multi-family to kickstart your career as a landlord, there's no question that you can get a lot more proverbial bang for your buck outside of the ultra-pricey five boroughs. (Indeed, snapping up homes in cheaper states has become an increasingly popular move for coastal investors across the country.) Unsurprisingly, though, wading into an unfamiliar market—and a different state's legal technicalities—can be as jarring for a New...
Brick Underground - Thursday, December 01, 2016

New York PostBlondie S Debbie Harry Scores Vintage Connecticut Property

Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry has scored a vintage property in Roxbury, Conn., for $785,000. The four-bedroom, 2½-bath home was built in 1795 and has been “beautifully maintained,” according to marketing materials. It features a chef’s kitchen with a farmhouse sink and Carrara marble countertops, a great room with a wood-beamed ceiling and French doors opening to the front patio. On the main floor is the master bedroom with a sitting room, fireplace and master bath. Upstairs are three additional bedrooms and a full bathroom. The 2,685-square-foot home on 3.47 acres boasts wide-plank wood floors throughout, a new wood-shingle roof and restored windows. According to the Historic Barns...
New York Post - Thursday, December 01, 2016

The SpacesA PHotographer S Live/Work Loft Hits The Market For 9M In Manhattan

This live/work loft – designed by a ‘world-renowned photographer’ – has hit the market in New York for $8.995m. Meylin Maldonado of Halstead is marketing the Manhattan property at 145 Sixth Avenue for the unnamed creative, who masterminded the layout of the 3,400 sq ft apartment so it double as a studio space. The Soho loft – sited on the 2nd floor of a 1910 building – features white, gallery-like walls, rugged support beams and wooden floors. It’s also borrowed some extra features too, including wooden doors salvaged from the Plaza Hotel and reclaimed tiling from Provence. Currently configured as a two-bedroom home, the...
The Spaces - Thursday, December 01, 2016

Patch.comDarien Wow House Privacy And Great Entertaining

DARIEN, CT—The home at 459 Middlesex Road is for sale at an asking price of $3.45 million. The home on Middlesex Road sits on top of a park-like meadow. Five bedrooms Six bathrooms 5,492 square feet living space, 2.92 acres Home sits on top of park-like meadow. Views of Wee Burn Golf Course Georgian brick exterior Open space room flow great for entertaining.
Patch.com - Thursday, December 01, 2016

Cottages and GardensThe City's Savviest Architects Are Designing New Properties In Brooklyn

Everyone knows that Brooklyn’s where it’s at—especially the city’s savviest architects. And now developers are actively hiring them to design new properties in the city’s hottest borough. “Previously, Brooklyn was getting secondary buildings because capital-A architecture projects didn’t work economically,” says Gregg Pasquarelli, a partner at Shop Architects, whose Brooklyn debut came in 2008, when the company designed the much-hyped Barclays Center arena. Now Shop is at work on the borough’s first super-tall residential skyscraper. Located downtown, it will rise 1,066 feet—more than double the height of the Williamsburgh Savings Bank, once the tallest structure in Brooklyn. Another residential tower nearby, planned to rise 28 stories, is being designed by...
Cottages and Gardens - Wednesday, November 30, 2016