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$1.9 Million Homes in Michigan, California and Florida

A 1926 Tudor Revival house in Grosse Pointe Park, a Spanish-style home in Los Angeles and an 1895 mansion in Apalachicola.

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Delaware Township, N.J.: A Farming Town With One Traffic Light

A commitment to preservation has kept this Hunterdon County township bucolic: “There’s no traffic, unless you get stuck behind a tractor.”

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A Simple House With a ‘Sense of Massiveness’

The house is only a few feet from its next-door neighbors, but you’d never know it when you’re inside: “We just turned the windows to the sky.”

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In Seattle, a Modern Home That Looks Toward the Sky and the Water

The house is a few feet from its next-door neighbors, but you’d never know it when you’re inside: “We just turned the windows to the sky.”

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$3 Million Homes in California

A Craftsman-style home in Novato, a rural compound in Fort Bragg and a renovated 1951 house in San Diego.

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Homes That Sold for Around $600,000

Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

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How Volunteers Open Their Homes to Women Seeking Abortions

Home stays have roots in a pre-Roe America, where women frequently traveled long distances for abortions.

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Am I Living in an Illegal Sublet?

Temporary walls can impede escape routes in an emergency, and cannot be installed without approval and a permit from the city.

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The Golden Age of Dispensary Interior Design Is Almost Here

As cannabis legalization has become more widespread, retailers are getting increasingly serious about the design and branding of their shops.

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Did You Recently Buy a Home in New York City for Less Than $750,000?

If so, we want to hear from you.

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Robert Toll, Who Mass-Produced ‘McMansions,’ Dies at 81

He and his brother, Bruce, founded the firm that lured buyers with furnished prototypes and built 150,000 homes and urban apartments.

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Harlem, Turtle Bay and Vinegar Hill Homes for Sale

This week’s properties are in Vinegar Hill, Harlem and Turtle Bay.

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Croton-on-Hudson, NY and Wilton, CT Homes for Sale

This week’s properties are four-bedroom homes in Wilton, Conn., and Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.

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Wanted: Downtown Rental Units

The number of rental units has more than doubled in some big-city downtowns in the last 10 years.

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Meet Lucia Eames, the Latest Midcentury Design Celebrity

Crate & Barrel just introduced a new line of Eames housewares. No, not that Eames.

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Leaving New York for Cleveland? Here’s How Far Their Money Went.

When a plum job beckoned from Northeast Ohio, a New York couple were able to search for four-bedroom houses under $600,000 in the leafy suburbs of Cleveland. Here’s where they landed.

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A Jewel in the Woods of Quebec for $1.6 Million: House Hunting in Canada

Rising interest rates and other cooling measures have tamed activity in the Laurentians region of Quebec, a popular second-home market.

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Living In ... South Amboy, N.J.

This small Middlesex County city, once a neglected industrial area, is reinventing itself with new development and a ferry to Manhattan in the works.

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South Amboy, N.J.: ‘Nice and Quaint and Quiet’

This small Middlesex County city, once a neglected industrial area, is reinventing itself with new development and a ferry to Manhattan in the works.

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$800,000 Homes in Connecticut, Louisiana and Delaware

An 1832 farmhouse in Stonington, a 1941 bungalow in New Orleans and a three-bedroom triplex in a converted mill in Wilmington.

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