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Top Real Estate Housing Markets in 2021

The housing markets expected to be the strongest in 2021 are tech hubs with strong job creation, state capitals where home shoppers may get more square footage for their money, and smaller cities with greater affordability. To develop the list, researchers factored in past sale prices and the number of sales; rate of new construction; […]

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US Suburbs With the Most Affordable Big Homes

The two major factors prompting home buyers to target the suburbs in their house hunts are extra square footage and outdoor space, which are highly in demand. In which locations can their money stretch to the maximum? The largest metro areas offering some of the most affordable square footage for larger homes were recently identified […]

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Our Favorite Room When Thanksgiving Approaches

Here are some inspiring kitchens as we count down the biggest cooking day of the year… Chic black and neutral in Manhattan.   Modern in The Hamptons.   Minimal in London.   Indoor/Outdoor feels in Aspen.   Abstract in Malibu.      

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World’s Most Abstract Architecture: Top 5

    Santiago Calatrava’s City of Arts and Sciences Building in Valencia, Spain Santiago Calatrava is an architect born in 1951 in Valencia, Spain. He is an architect, structural design and analyst engineer, sculptor, and painter. Calatrava is known for unifying beauty and function in his buildings and projects. He incorporates many aspects of the human […]

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Ellen DeGeneres lists Santa Barbara compound for $40M

  Los Angeles’ most prominent celebrity real estate investors are aiming for big bucks on a flip in Santa Barbara. Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are asking $39.9 million for their nine-acre compound in the coastal city, which they bought early last year for $27 million, according to the Los Angeles Times   The couple […]

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7 HOMES WITH INCREDIBLE LIBRARIES

  6 Little Cove Place – Greenwich, CT | $5,495,000 Architectural masterpiece, designed on the water with views & vistas of Little Cove and NYC skyline; approx-4000-sq-ft. Immediately upon entering the house, the glazed octagonal multi-volume space serves double-duty as an entry and a library with custom chandelier.The open plan takes you to the living room, […]

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Make Your Home Autumn Ready

In light of the fall season prepare your home with these sensational decor selections. Garden chrysanthemums, affectionately known as fall mums or hardy mums, continue to give your garden a splash of cheerful color well into the cooler months at a time when the rest of your flowers are winding down.   Pumpkins are a […]

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A Look into Living Rooms

We have all spent time creating or sprucing up our home offices this year. Now let’s focus on our living rooms for relaxation and entertainment.   Cozy up in a traditional warm living room like this Manhattan celeb owned apartment.   Liv Tyler’s living room in her West Village Townhouse is fun and homey feeling […]

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California Fire Relief Funds

  Yesterday, and overnight, wind conditions allowed many fires to grow significantly with extreme fire behavior. While containment on many of last month’s lightning fires grows closer, several new wildfires ignited and were fanned by strong gusty winds. Today approximately 14,000 firefighters are battling 28 major wildfires across California. The newest fire, the Willow in […]

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Tour An Enchanted Spanish Colonial

  Step though this enchanted Spanish Colonial via this virtual tour.   Quintessential private Los Feliz Spanish Colonial estate in a luxurious retreat-like atmosphere. Designed by architect J. Cecil Strawn, the home descends to the focal point below which is a beautiful courtyard with pool, fountains & hand crafted tiles.   The homes floor plan […]

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Million Dollar Beach Houses

  You don’t have to break the bank for a beach house in Malibu! This serene, recently remodeled West Malibu home in the gated community of The Shores is a true coastal oasis for just $1,985,000 listed by SFJ of Compass. The open floor plan with seamless flow between the rooms and folding picture windows allow […]

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History of Griffith Park

After successfully investing in mining, Griffith J. Griffith purchased Rancho Los Feliz (near the Los Angeles River) in 1882 and started an ostrich farm there. Although ostrich feathers were commonly used in making women’s hats in the late-19th century, Griffith’s purpose was primarily to lure residents of Los Angeles to his nearby property developments, which […]

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