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Montclair Six-Bedroom • $799,000 • NEW JERSEY • 131 Haddon Place A six-bedroom four-and-a-half-bathroom Dutch Colonial built in 1905 on 0.2 acre, with a sunroom, a fireplace, a finished basement, a front porch and a slate patio in back. Bradley Horner, Halstead Property (973) 801-6427, halstead.com TAXES $25,200 a year PROS Each of the three floors in the house has large rooms with high ceilings and pumpkin pine flooring. The house is on a pretty hillside within walking distance of Upper Montclair’s shops and train station. CONS The backyard has no grassy area. There...
New York Times - Sunday, July 24, 2016
Chelsea Co-op • $1,175,000 • MANHATTAN • 131 West 28th Street, #6A A one-bedroom one-bath loft with an interior sleeping area, currently used as a master bedroom, and a washer/dryer in a prewar elevator building. Laura Amin (917) 447-9809, Michael Murphy (646) 596-0834, Halstead Property; halstead.com MAINTENANCE $1,860 a month PROS Striking details include exposed brick, tin ceilings and arched windows. The flexible living/dining area includes a Murphy bed and sliding panel doors for privacy. CONS The bathroom is through the sleeping area.
New York Times - Friday, July 22, 2016
Upper West Side 265 Riverside D.#8E $895,000 Living room with separate dining area, renovated windowed cooks kitchen that opens to the living room, master bedroom almost the size of the living room, and a renovated marble bath. Hardwood floors, 9.6 ft. ceilings, built-ins. CC: $1,593. Asking Price: $895,000. Time on Market 91 days. Agent: Kelly Killian, Rutenberg; Michael DeRosa, Halstead Property.
Brokers Weekly - Friday, July 22, 2016
This top-floor apartment in a barrel-fronted Windsor Terrace house is spacious, in good shape and well located. It’s on a nice block of 10th Avenue — a short stroll from Prospect Park, with the F and G trains close at hand. At around 950 square feet, it offers a bay-windowed living room that opens into a dining room with a wall of built-in cabinetry in red oak. There’s an updated kitchen with a granite countertop and a window that opens into the living room. The listing says 2.5 bedrooms, though from what we can glean it’s got one large master with bay windows (originally the...
Brownstoner - Thursday, July 21, 2016
With the majority of material purchases we make — clothes, electronics, cars, jewelry, appliances, etc. — we invariably prefer to buy a brand new, never before used item. You'll likely be able to save substantially if you are willing to buy the model car that has been sitting on the dealer's lot and may have just a few hundred miles on it. Or log onto any electronics website and purchase a completely unused item with damaged packaging and you'll get a steep discount from the list price. With home purchases, the demand for brand new is similar — I tend to see a 10% premium attached to...
Daily News - Wednesday, July 20, 2016