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Antique Home in Historic Tappan

by Vanessa Saunders Every once in a while I run across one of those charming little homes that remind me so much of my native Wales. There, they are referred to as a "Postman's House," so named because it was said the home could be afforded ...

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Lord’s Castle, Piermont

by Vanessa Saunders A good post was spotted on Lux List about our very own castle in Piermont that is currently on the market. Would love to see professional photography with better lighting on this one... A true antique home, with a lot ...

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Historic 108 Montebello Road, Suffern

Homes all have features which distinguish one from another, but one of the most interesting features a home can have is a history. 108 Montebello Road in Suffern has history up to the rafters. The home was once owned by tobacco magnate Thom...

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Tips for Buying a Historic Home

by Realtor.com Historic homes are a labor of love. Discover what it takes to buy, and maintain one - Realtor.com The landscape of America is dotted with historic residences - Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, William Randolf Hearst's Castle an...

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Historic Brady House: A Westchester gem restored .

In the hamlet of Golden's Bridge in the Westchester town of Lewisboro lies a spectacular restored Greek Revival manor home known as The Brady House. The last remnant of what was once a significant dairy farm The Brady House Greek Revival Ma...

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Historic Home At A Bargain Price!

Fantastic Investment Opportunity!!! Short Sale The Stony Point area, located at the northern-most tip of triangular Rockland County, NY is the center of a significant region in American Revolutionary War history. During the war, the King...

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FEMA scales back its V-Zone Flood Maps.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has re-issued maps of areas in New York and New Jersey affected by high velocity water damage, or so called "V-Zones. These latest reports have significantly scaled back the zones thought to be at ...

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Spring and Summer Tips from Sav-A-Tree/Lawn

We all look forward to the time of year when our lawns green up and our thoughts turn to outdoor activities and barbeques. Over the years our friends at SavATree have developed a full line of services to meet the needs of our residential cl...

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Time to Grieve Those Taxes!

by Vanessa Saunders It's that time of year to get your tax grievances in! Click on the picture to discover your town and county tax grievance date. You only have one chance each year to challenge your property tax assessment. As prope...

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