Concierge Auctions to Sell Secluded Laurel Road Estate Regardless of Price

Concierge Auctions are to sell a secluded estate in New Canaan, Connecticut, in a live, absolute auction on October 20th. The 6.43 acre Laurel Road Estate will sell to the highest bidder regardless of price. The Laurel Road Estate is just one hour away from New York City. Set on a secluded and tranquil estate,

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Spectacular New York City Townhouse Significantly Reduced

A beautiful Upper East Side home at 358 E. 69th Street, has just been reduced by 13.4%, from $4.5 million to $3.895 million, a price that now affords truly excellent value for money. The recently renovated 3310 ft.² four-storey brownstone has three bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths six fireplaces, an elevator and a south facing garden.

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Streets of New York Emptying Due to Out-Of-Towners

During the summer and the holidays the streets of New York often seem empty, but now certain Manhattan neighborhoods are looking somewhat deserted year round.   This is due to increasing numbers of people who own or rent apartments in the city, but choose to live elsewhere for much of the year. To some extent

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Apartment Prices In Manhattan Fall

Prices of Manhattan apartments fell during the second quarter, as did the number of sales, with buyers lacking the urgency to purchase property. Purchases were down 3.8% compared with the same period last year, to just 2,650, according to a report by New York appraiser, Miller Samuel Inc. and brokers Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

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NY Homes Cost Five Times More

Just why do so many people love New York City? What with the miserable weather for 9 months every year, the grid-locked streets, packed restaurants and dirty subway stations, things couldn’t get any better, could they?

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