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Mark Bezos—brother of world’s richest man Jeff Bezos—is selling his swanky estate in Scarsdale, NY. The mansion is listed for $11 million.
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Mark Bezos, younger brother of world’s richest man Jeff Bezos, is selling his swanky 4-acre estate in Scarsdale, NY, for $11 million.
Built in 1905, the property last changed hands in 2008 for $4 million. The younger Bezos soon embarked on a major renovation to the home.
It now features modern amenities and “timeless finishes,” according to the listing, which describes it as “one of the most beautiful homes in Scarsdale.”
The property includes a main house with six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and five powder rooms, and a four-bedroom, four-bathroom guesthouse.
This shipping container home is set on 35 acres of land in Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley, and has views of majestic mountains from every room.
Homes crafted from shipping containers are often found in urban or suburban settings. They’re often designed to fit a small lot and appeal to outside-the-box buyers who desire a short walk to cafés and shops.
That’s what makes this shipping container home in Carbondale, CO, so different. It’s set on 35 acres of land in the Roaring Fork Valley and has postcard-perfect views of majestic mountains from every room.
For a buyer in search of a remote getaway with a creative twist, the home is on the market for $1.65 million.
“The owner’s an inventor,” says listing agent Bryan Cournoyer
Hoping to break your lease during the COVID-19 pandemic? Here’s what you need to know before you start looking for your next rental.
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In this uncertain time of the novel coronavirus, many renters, eager to change their living situations, may consider breaking their lease. Some may be interested in moving from their city apartments and to less populated areas, while others may find themselves suddenly unemployed and forced to look for cheaper housing options.
But can you break a legal lease because of COVID-19?
Generally, it can be difficult and expensive to break a lease. Tenants are typically responsible for paying the rent until their lease is up—so if
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This contemporary in Claremont boasts a unique design, thoughtful built-ins and striking vistas. Sunlight pours through the home’s commercial windows, while the floor plan allows for both large celebrations and intimate gatherings. A large deck off the main level features a glass railing and looks out at rolling hillsides. The open kitchen revolves around an island and the utilizes both passive and active energy systems to conserve power. The hillside trilevel includes outdoor spaces on every floor, while a metallic roof shelters the bespoke abode. Take the virtual tour at www.1107alvarado.com.
Listing agent: David Eckert, Coldwell Banker Global Luxury, 510-333-2150, [email protected].
1107 Alvarado Road, Berkeley
Beds: 3 Baths: 4 Square footage: 3,500.
With the country beginning to reopen, it’s time to kick all those quarantine supplies out of your living room and give your space a makeover for summer.
With the country starting to reopen, it might finally be time to stop hoarding toilet paper. Which means it might also be time to kick all that extra stuff out of your living room—like the surplus of cleaning supplies, kitchen-overflow of canned soup, and the many, many bottles of water.
Call us crazy, but we also think it’s the perfect time to give your space a face-lift. After months of quarantine, we’re all about ready for a makeover (or, at the very least, a haircut). While we can’t redesign your wardrobe or tame your hair, we can