June 2015

There are 5 blog entries for June 2015.

Summer is here, and that means it’s time to get outdoors and transform your yard into a your own personal oasis. The wonderful thing about home ownership is having your own yard, though the worst thing about home ownership is having a neighbor who doesn’t maintain their yard. Like getting picked last in kickball, everyone has experienced that kind of neighbor at least once in their lifetime. But instead of pulling your hair out over it and snickering behind their back, maybe offer some tips on some amazing summer flowers that will make both your yards the envy of the neighborhood. 2

Aster Not many flowers can immediately brighten your garden quite like these spectacular perennials. They blossom in summer and continuing blooming uninterrupted into fall

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Americans are real fickle bunch, giving off mixed signals at every corner. When it comes to homeownership, for example, most Americans firmly believe that buying a home is a still a solid investment (and it is). However, they also think we’re still in the middle of major crisis. Even with unemployment at 5.5 percent (it was nearly 10 percent at the height of the recession) and with economists agreeing that the housing market continues to rebound, the MacArthur Foundation recently reported that 41 percent of Americans think we’re still in crisis mode. Further, the housing survey also found that 20 percent feel the worst is yet to come. These people who are rushing to hide their savings in their mattress, paradoxically enough,  believe that purchasing a

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Today, Westerleigh of North Shore is a close-knit, welcoming community of single-family homes.  It’s come a long way from a campground!  In 1888, this same area was the National Prohibition Campground Association!  It was a place of productive relaxation for followers of the Prohibition Movement.  Visitors would attend meetings, lectures, and religious services on the land.  For their enjoyment, the grounds also included ball fields, tennis courts, bowling alleys, and stables, as well as woodlands and a pond.  As times changed, and the campsite’s population steadily declined, the anti-alcohol grounds became a neighborhood of year-round residents.  Tents were replaced with Dutch Colonials and Victorian houses. Pathways of dirt became streets, named after…
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Spectacular custom home with an open floor plan feels spacious and comfortable. This home boasts upgrades such as hardwood floors throughout, Italian porcelain tile in kitchen and bathrooms. The state of the art kitchen flows into a very large great room with soaring ceilings, crown moldings, fireplace and French doors. All bathrooms are upgraded with neutral tile. The master suite sanctuary includes decorative columns to separate the open floor plan that includes a sitting room, large bedroom and two large walk in closets, master bathroom is a relaxing oasis with Jacuzzi tub.


There is a Russo Music Entertainment System with built in speakers throughout the interior of the home and outside. The Three Car Garage has a tree lined driveway that is…
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Richmondtown EstatesRobert DeFalco Broker and Owner of Robert DeFalco Realty is proud to announce a Grand Opening Celebration for Richmondtown Estates, an amazing new home community built by builder Bob Mack. Come visit this 20 single family detached home community this weekend from 1-3pm on Saturday and Sunday and choose from 13 models priced from mid $700’s to high $900,000s.

“We are excited about the Grand Opening this weekend and to offer a new community of this caliber to Staten Island,” said Robert DeFalco. “Custom built homes of this quality and these price points offer great opportunities for buyers to finally get their dream home.

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