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They Wanted Good Light and a Dog Park. But the Front Door Could Not Face South.

Guided by the principles of Vastu Shastra, an ancient Indian philosophy of design, two first-time buyers searched the Brooklyn waterfront for a place where they could start a family.

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Living In ... Ansonia, Conn.

This former manufacturing center in New Haven County is gaining popularity with New Yorkers, thanks to its affordability and access to Metro-North.

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Ansonia, Conn.: A Small City With a Sense of History

This former manufacturing center in New Haven County is gaining popularity with New Yorkers, thanks to its relative affordability and access to Metro-North.

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$1.1 Million Homes in Pennsylvania, Oregon and Kentucky

An 1861 house in New Hope, a Craftsman bungalow in Portland and a converted 1794 schoolhouse in Greensburg.

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House Hunting in France: A Chateau Outside Bergerac

The rural Dordogne department of France “remains the most sought-after of French countryside house-buying destinations,” agents say.

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What to Do if You See a Spongy Moth (or Its Very Hungry Caterpillars)

The invasive spongy moth and its caterpillars can decimate a garden. Here’s how to fight back.

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A Buyer With a Vision Builds Her Own Hamptons Home

Dismayed by overpriced Hamptons real estate — ‘and nothing was really what I wanted’ — she decided to build her own house instead of buying one.

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One Frustrated Hamptons Buyer Opts for an Alternative: Build It Yourself

Dismayed by overpriced Hamptons real estate — ‘and nothing was really what I wanted’ — she decided to design her own house instead of buying one.

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What $2.5 Million Buys You in California

A 1905 bungalow in Berkeley designed by the architect Julia Morgan, a three-bedroom ranch house in Los Angeles and a midcentury-modern home in Cupertino.

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Shopping for Brooms

Why do you need a well-designed broom? Because you’re more likely to use it.

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Real Estate Developments Bounce Back in New York City

But everything is not as it was, with Covid both accelerating some nascent trends and pushing builders in new directions.

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Homes That Sold for $545,000 or Less

Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

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Are Geotubes the Answer to Nantucket’s Climate Change Threat?

In an increasingly litigious conflict, the island’s residents are clashing over how to deal with the effects of climate change: Push back or accept what’s coming?

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Can My Landlord Charge for Spare Keys?

It seems simple enough to hold spare keys for tenants at the front desk, but if one goes missing it can create security headaches.

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What’s a Back Kitchen and Why Has It Gotten so Popular?

The back kitchen, in essence a pantry on overdrive, has become increasingly popular in recent years, according to architects, designers and homebuilders.

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Homes for Sale in Connecticut and New York

This week’s properties are a four-bedroom house in Fairfield, Conn., and a five-bedroom house in East Hills, N.Y.

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Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan

This week’s properties are in Park Slope, East Harlem and Chelsea.

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$400,000 Homes in Texas, Minnesota and Connecticut

A Tudor Revival cottage in Dallas, a 1950 house in Minnetonka and an 1890 Arts and Crafts-style home in Branford.

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Is That Bathroom Remodel Worth It?

Your return on investment will be affected by where you live and the scope of your renovation project.

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Seeking a ‘One-Bedroom With the Basics’ in Brooklyn or Manhattan. Which Would Be More Affordable?

After years in a cramped West Village rental, a couple took their time finding the first home of their very own, with an eye on a feasible monthly outlay. Here’s what they found.

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