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Architecturally significant second homes

Splurge vs. Steal: America’s Spookiest City — Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

By Amy Puchaty | October 30, 2018 | Comments Off on Splurge vs. Steal: America’s Spookiest City — Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

All Hallows’ Eve is just one day away, so it has us thinking of America’s spookiest cities. Near the top of everyone’s list is Gettysburg, Pennsylvania – known for its numerous sightings of the 51,000 soldiers who died in one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. Teeming with ghostly encounters, including those with […]

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Philip Johnson’s Livable Glass House Available For $7.7M

By Amy Puchaty | October 5, 2018 | Comments Off on Philip Johnson’s Livable Glass House Available For $7.7M

Architecture buffs may want to pull out the pocket books for this one. A rare “livable version” of Philip Johnson’s Glass House just hit the market for $7.7 million and includes the 1953-built Alice Ball House, plus a modern design complement by renowned architect, Reja Bakh. The iconic beauty sits on 2.2-heavily-wooded-acres in New Canaan, […]

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Brent Kendle-Designed Contemporary is the Jewel of the Desert

By Amy Puchaty | February 2, 2018 | Comments Off on Brent Kendle-Designed Contemporary is the Jewel of the Desert

If you are anything like us, you’ll need a minute to pick your jaw up off the floor after one look at this Paradise Valley dream home. We’ll wait … but the listing won’t. It’s currently priced at $10.49 million and will be scooped up faster than you think, as it comes from a pedigree […]

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