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Getting the Cape Cod beach house ready for the market. Still a construction zone but an end is in site. This has been my primary home for over 20 years. My kids were raised here. I’m hoping that the remodel will soften the blow when it does move on to new owners (it’s such an improvement). I’ve been thinking about new owners. I imagine them cooking together and hope they enjoy family and friendship as we did for all these years. This house has some good mojo. #chatham #chathammassachusetts #chathambarsinn #chathamhomes #capecod #capecodrealestate #beachhouse #beachhouseforsale #vacationhouse #harwich ... See MoreSee Less

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I'm currently in the Hudson Valley visiting my dad. When I was growing up, I was obsessed with historic homes and my mother always took me to tour all of the local ones -- Olana, Vanderbuilt Mansion, Boscobel, among others. My son has inherited this love of old homes and has asked to tour the Roosevelt home in Hyde Park. We have a bunch of stuff to do today so I'm not sure we can get there on this trip, but told him that we can definitely tour the Roosevelt's Campobello House when we get back DownEast. It's a lovely home -- yes, a mansion, but not pretentious. You can easily imagine being a guest. The guides at the house are so friendly and knowledgeable. It's definitely a must visit place on your visit to DownEast Maine (bring your passport - although it's just over the bridge from Lubec, it is Canada). They also have awesome events there as well. ... See MoreSee Less

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I think I know where they get all of the challenges for Survivor and The Amazing Race --- from trying to put Ikea furniture together! Actually, it was tedious, but not difficult. I know that Ikea is known for its affordable furnishings -- popular with college students and vacation rentals. But I've always like the clean lines of Scandinavian design. In high school, my favorite store was the Danish Design Center on Main Street in Poughkeepsie, NY and when I was in college -- my favorite store was the Danish antique store on Charles Street in Boston. (After pics to come in the next few weeks). ... See MoreSee Less

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