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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.— “Set in the exclusive Copperflagg Estates on Todt Hill, this French Normandy-style home, built with fieldstone and stucco, is designed by one of New York City’s prolific architects, Robert A.M. Stern,” according to the listing on SILive.com.
It is located “on a family-friendly, private cul- de-sac overlooking a picturesque English garden ,and is priced at $1,899,000.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home features “a two-story entry foyer with abundant natural light, high ceilings with exquisite crown moldings, and hardwood floors,” as listed on Staten Island Multiple Listing Service at SIBOR.com
“The classic living room is perfect
The frenetic final seconds of the New Brunswick High School boys basketball team’s 58-57 victory over Piscataway served as a microcosm of the wild days that preceded the dramatic season-opening win.
Due to coronavirus-related restrictions within the school district, New Brunswick commenced practice outdoors while the vast majority of Greater Middlesex Conference programs were drilling inside the confines of warm gymnasiums.
Players dressed appropriately for tryouts at Archibald Park, located in the city’s fourth ward, and adhered to all NJSIAA-mandated safety protocols shortly after undergoing rapid COVID-19 tests, for which every member of the program was negative.
New Brunswick is
Home-financing startup Knockaway Inc. hired its first finance chief to set its house in order as it looks to expand into dozens of markets amid strong demand for housing in the U.S.
started as chief financial officer of New York-based Knockaway, which does business as Knock, on Dec. 28. Previously, she served as a vice president at
overseeing its financial transformation and governance. Before Lyft, Ms. DeBella served as the global head of internal audit at
Uber Technologies Inc.
and as vice president of internal audit at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Co.
Gene Kruluts sold property at 1001 Grandview Ave. Unit 901 to Constantine Pikras for $65,000.
Estate of Morgan Allen Kelly sold property at 415 Fifth Ave. to Home Buying Solutions Inc. for $65,000.
David Coley sold property at 510 Sixth Ave. to B & B Capital LLC for $16,000.
Richard Lawrence sold property at 328 Seventh Ave. to Jason Marshall for $107,000.
Vandergrift Capital LLC sold property at 985 Wagner St. to Carnegie Holdings LLC for $45,820.
Let’s talk about the lavish lifestyle in Netflix’s Bridgerton. In between staring into the Duke of Hastings’ dreamy eyes and trying to uncover who Lady Whistledown might be, you were busy admiring the Regency era decor. Whether you live in a one-bedroom apartment or a house, you can gather up some Bridgerton-inspired home decor ideas from the show to give your space that same high society feel.
With a few Bridgerton-inspired decor touches, your space will start to feel like the Bridgertons’ drawing room. Get some embroidery hoops to decorate an empty wall or wisteria plants to