This month we cover homes that satisfy the need to nest, from romantic fireplaces and kitchens made for Sunday-night suppers to sumptuous master suites. Check them out.
In honor of our magazine's ninth birthday, we've gathered up the market's most grand, gorgeous—and giftable—listings. Grab them before they're gone!
From a Greenwich compound nearly 10-acres big to a unique windmill cottage in Essex, we've got the 411 on the best in Connecticut real estate.
Connecticut's homes tend to be rich in history. So for our coastal collection of listings, we chose houses that have been lived in by notable people, including artist Helen Frankenthaler, playwright Larry Kramer and novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald. See what listings offer lovely "living on the water" settings!
This grand, gated estate started life in 1907 as a toll house along the misleadingly named Poverty Hollow Road in Redding (it’s something of a mansion district).
Horse Heaven Here’s a 100-plus-acre property in bucolic Cornwall for the serious horse fancier.
Willard Scott, longtime weatherman at The Today Show, called his one-bedroom, one-bathroom waterfront cottage “the Hut.”
From the 5,174 square-foot “cottage” of Katharine Hepburn to a circa-1921 castle, these New England real estate listings have much to offer.
Despite three degree temps and three feet of snow, the spring market is upon us. Check out one of the first listings of the season.
The autumn selling season is often marked by a pivotal point when the market turns on an axis—typically unseen, except in hindsight—toward its next cycle.