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Historical Shelters

Contract Out on Former Park Slope Home of Al Capone

By Bethany Erickson | October 6, 2017 | Comments Off on Contract Out on Former Park Slope Home of Al Capone

Before he was Scarface, Al Capone bounced around Brooklyn, New York, with his family, eventually landing at a brownstone on Garfield Place, in Park Slope. This week’s historical shelter has been on the market for a little more than 100 days. While someone’s finally put an offer in on the home at 21 Garfield Place, […]

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Eureka Springs Abode Is a Perfect Second Home Site

By Bethany Erickson | September 25, 2017 | Comments Off on Eureka Springs Abode Is a Perfect Second Home Site

If you’re the type that needs a second home with plenty to do, but like both country and city living, this multi-porched stunner in Eureka Springs is an example of some of the best parts of Arkansas. This gorgeous home on Kirk Street has four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. Built in 1903, it’s been well-maintained […]

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Historic Estes Park Inn Up for Grabs

By Bethany Erickson | September 16, 2017 | 3 Comments

The beautiful Estes Park, Colo., is a great place to play — we all know that. But what if we told you that you could also own an entire inn that would provide both a personal playground and a revenue stream?  This week’s historical shelter is the Baldpate Inn. The Estes Park staple has 12 guest rooms […]

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Vacation in Maine, Own the Home That Helped Inspire ‘Pet Sematary’

By Bethany Erickson | August 18, 2017 | 1 Comment

Stephen King slept here. In fact, he lived here, in this four-bedroom, three-bath house built in Orrington, Maine, in 1906, when he was inspired to write “Pet Sematary.” And it can be your second home for a mere $255,000.

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