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New Canaan NewsWhite Clapboard Colonial Offers Garden Of Pleasures

The 19th century Colonial on the corner of Brookside and White Oak Shade offers a historic piece of New Canaan. Clad in white clapboard, the house, which sits on 3.3 acres, is surrounded by flowering lilacs, rhodendrons and perennial gardens offering a lovely springtime display of color. An original Dutch entry door lacquered in a barn red hue opens to a foyer with original wide plank hardwood floors. Just off the foyer is a first- floor bedroom used by previous owners as an office and sitting room, with a wood-burning fireplace nestled in between two sets of original built-ins and charming 12-over-12...
New Canaan News - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Darien News-ReviewHome Has More Than Two Centuries Of History Character

If you're looking for a cookie-cutter Colonial with soaring cathedral ceilings, 5,000-plus square feet and a home theater, this might not be the house for you. It's got creaky floorboards, low ceilings and some peeling paint. And it's old -- like 1780 old. But for house hunters looking for a home steeped in history, dripping in character and plentiful in mismatched doorknobs, look no further than 18 Fairmead Road. This cape has had more than two centuries worth of faithful homeowners, with multiple addresses in multiple states. Built sometime before 1780 in Kenyon, R.I., the house was completely disassembled in...
Darien News-Review - Tuesday, May 26, 2015

New York TimesStill Secret And Secure Safe Rooms Now Hide In Plain Sight

While serving as president of the New School, Bob Kerrey, the former United States senator, needed a residence befitting his station. The university moved him into a red brick Neo-Grec townhouse on West Fourth Street in Manhattan, which was previously owned by the actress Gwyneth Paltrow. The $20,000-a-month rental had many grand spaces for entertaining, including Mr. Kerrey’s favorite, a rooftop terrace. Yet, its most unexpected amenity was quite private and secretive: a safe room. “It looked like any old walk-in closet,” Mr. Kerrey said of the 8-feet-by-12-feet bulletproof space inside the third-floor master bedroom (a space the former Navy SEAL said he had little use for). “There...
New York Times - Monday, May 25, 2015

Money WeekHouses Of The Rich And Famous

Lexington Avenue, Upper East Side, New York, US. This renovated Carnegie Hill townhouse was the former home and studio of Andy Warhol. It has 10ft-high ceilings, panelled rooms, open fireplaces and wood-block floors. 4 beds, 4 baths, 3 receps, gallery, breakfast kitchen. $8.75m Halstead Property +1 212 381 3278.
Money Week - Friday, May 22, 2015

New York TimesNew York City Water Views For 500 000 Or Less

There’s water, water everywhere in New York City, a place mostly made of islands. But sometimes, walking through its dark canyons, you would hardly know it. Ask some real estate agents where to find good views of waves, and they may suggest the narrow corner of Manhattan that includes the West Village, Hudson Square and Battery Park City. But prices in those neighborhoods can be staggering. For instance, in mid-May, the only apartment for sale at 176 Perry Street, a glassy spire in the West Village designed by Richard Meier, was almost $12 million. In a city on an ocean with countless creeks, basins and bays, however,...
New York Times - Friday, May 22, 2015