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Ready to ditch the quarantine clutter and rid your home of those stale spring looks? Here’s the hottest home decor that’s trending this summer.
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OK, we’ll admit that summer 2020 has been a bit of a buzzkill so far: Between derailed travel plans and being forced to spend more time cooped up inside (for the fourth month in a row, and counting), it’s not exactly the new decade we all dreamed of.
But we’re glass-half-full kind of people. And the silver lining of all this time at home means more time to decorate and transform our space into an oasis we’re almost glad to be cooped up in.
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A mansion known as “Second Star” near Homer, AK, has just landed on the market as the state’s most expensive home. Listed at $9 million, it will set a state record if it sells at the current asking price.
Named for the location of Neverland in the “Peter Pan” books, this Alaskan property is loaded with magical touches.
“This property is truly unlike really anything anywhere, but in Alaska specifically, it’s the crown jewel of real estate,” says the listing agent, Richelle Killian. “The owner built it with a vision: to have a truly luxurious vacation spot, because it’s something that Alaska lacks.”
If you’re curious about comps in the luxury real estate market way up north, the second most expensive listing in the 49th state is a $3.5 million home in Anchor Point. Suffice it to
The Oxnard, CA, home of the late actor Lyle Waggoner went on the market in mid-June for $4.4 million. The TV star passed away in March at the age of 84.
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Public records indicate that Waggoner—perhaps most famous for his stint in sketches on the “Carol Burnett Show”—bought the house in 2016 for $3.95 million, after the completion of an extensive remodel and rebuild.
Located right on Mandalay Beach, the spacious 4,644-square-foot home would probably command more than twice