Summer’s the time to get away from it all – to escape to a warm beach or a country you’ve never seen before. But maybe this summer, you want a staycation, or you don’t have the time to go jet-setting. Luckily, New York has access to plenty of railways and trains that are key to enjoying a day trip to one of the historic towns or beautiful nature-filled areas in the region.
A very warm welcome to Ben Karameti, the newest member of The Caledonia team. I think I speak for all of us when I say He fits right into the Caledonia family. I caught up with him to learn a bit about his background, interests and hobbies, and what he likes most about his role at The Caledonia.
It’s no secret that New York is home to many celebrities, whether they’re establishing a pied-à-terre or making a full-time home. From the Upper East Side to the trendiest downtown neighborhoods, Manhattan is the most star-studded of all the boroughs. Let’s take a look at some of the most beautiful homes owned by celebrities around NYC.
No two home markets are exactly alike; for the price of a snug two-bedroom NYC apartment, you will easily find a spacious family home in New England. To help you better understand how your housing options vary between New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts, I’ve compiled some real-life current market examples at four different prices points between NYC, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.
All the world’s a stage, including your New York City home – especially when it comes time to sell. The ability to imagine your home as their own is the impetus that prompts buyers to submit offers. When they can imagine their furnishings in your space: their art on your walls, their dishes on your counters, their curtains on your windows, only then can you consider the home sold. This is the effect achieved through home staging, and in the consistently competitive NYC market, it’s a simple, relatively inexpensive, and highly recommended way to get the sale price you want.