June 2016

There are 3 blog entries for June 2016.


Don’t miss this beautiful center-hall Colonial on a cul-de-sac street! This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home also features a 2 car garage!


The family room boasts built-ins around a brick fireplace, and 19 foot cathedral ceilings with skylights!


The kitchen is huge, and open to a dinette! And there’s also a mud room with back door!


The master suite includes an enormous walk-in closet, and there are three other large bedrooms and a second floor laundry room!


The newly finished basement offers storage, recreation space, and a fitness center!


Large sliding doors open to a private two-level deck with a sunken pool and grass play area!

This family-perfect home is just waiting for you! For more information, call 718-987-7900 or

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 While summer is a good time to move (school’s out, weather’s generally nice), it’s not necessarily the best time to sell. There are a million summer distractions, from vacations to kids to activities, that can create a challenge for the summer seller.

But with a few simple tips via AngiesList and about.com - and some help from knowledgeable real estate professionals - you can write your summer sale success story!


 Water, water everywhere

Keep it lush. Water the lawn and all landscaping. Plant flowers and water those, too. Make your yard an oasis in the summer heat.

Curb Appeal

Spread new mulch. Add more flowers, in pots. Trim the bushes. Just make everything tidy and welcoming. Stand away from your house and walk toward it, and see…
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Of the five boroughs of New York City, Staten Island is the third largest in area but the least populated. A mixture of single-family and multi-family properties, Staten Island homes are as diverse as the community itself.

The North Shore, which is the most urban area of the island, is home to the St. George Historic District and the St. Paul's Avenue-Stapleton Heights Historic District, and stunning Victorian estates. The more suburban South Shore and Mid Island are home to classic single-family houses. maxresdefault

Once home to the world's largest landfill, Staten Island is now referred to as "the Greenest Borough." With over 12,300 acres of protected parkland, one third of the island is covered in green, and the now-closed landfill is being turned into a

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