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realty round up: buckhead, georgia

Emily Oster

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Key Information:

What: Buckhead is a highly sought after area to live in Atlanta. It is known for its busy commercial center, historic estates and great shopping. It offers both more urban living options (condominium high rises) and more suburban neighborhoods with single family homes. 

When: In 1838, Henry Irby purchased 202 acres that make up a large chunk of present day Buckhead. The name comes from a story that Irby killed a large buck on the property and mounted it in a prominent location. 

Where: Buckhead is the uptown district of Atlanta encompassing roughly the northern fifth of the city. 

Why: Atlanta has been all over the news this week but also some family friends are moving overseas after living in Buckhead for almost 10 years and I am sad that we never got the chance to go visit them. 

How many: 78,676 (2010)

Local attractions: 
- SEVEN LAMPS - this place looks like it has really cool decor and delicious, casual fare
- Lovie's BBQ - a brand new BBQ place opened by Atlanta natives
*Check out the Blissful Glutton for more reviews and recommendations 

House #1: $210,000

information and images via Zillow

information and images via Zillow

This one bedroom condominium is located on the 13th floor in a desirable building. The amenities include a rooftop pool, gym, shared patio space and a private deck. I particularly like the big windows and the view.

House #2: $479,900

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information and images via Zillow

This is my favorite house of the bunch. The home was originally a hunting lodge that was converted to a single family home. I love the outdoor living space, wooded lot and all the windows.

House #3: $799,900

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information and images via Zillow

This home has really nice curb appeal. I like all the porches on the front and back and how the indoor living spaces blend into the outdoor. 

House #4: $999,900

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information and images via Zillow

Originally built in 1938 this home was completely renovated in 2000. It features an open floor plan, chef's kitchen, master suit and new systems and windows. Oh and a pool which would be quite nice in HOT-lanta. 

Have a good weekend everyone!

realty round up: encinitas, ca

Emily Oster

photo by samwellsphoto.com via  Coastal Living

photo by samwellsphoto.com via Coastal Living

Key Information:

What:  A coastal beach city known for being the "flower growing capital" as the growing of ornamental flowers particularly poinsettias is the largest industry in the area. Coastal Living named it one of its "coastal dream towns" and Surf magazine named it as one of the top ten places to surf in the United States. 

When: Incorporated as a city in 1986 from the communities of  historic Encinitas, new Encinitas, Leucadia, Cardiff-by-the-Sea and Olivehain. 

Where: Located within San Diego County, 25 miles north of San Diego and 95 miles south of Los Angeles, Encinitas stretches along 6 miles of Pacific coastline.  

Why: We have some friends that live in San Diego who have been raving about how beautiful the area is and on a day like today I am dreaming of someplace warm and sunny as opposed to raining and 38 degrees....

How many: 59,518 (2010)

Local attractions:
- Bull Taco - looks like a go to place for "inauthentic mexican" (their tagline)
- Q'ero Restaurant - highly reviewed Peruvian and South American cuisine restaurant
- VG Bakery - or Very Good Bakery specializes in what they call old fashion style of baking - looks yummy!
- Jorge's Mexicatessen - looks like the real deal and a place I would definitely want to try

For this edition of the realty round up, I decided to think BIG and embrace how expensive the real estate market is in Southern California. As such, I thought I would just skip to the million dollar listings...

House #1:  $4,650,000

information and images via  Zillow

information and images via Zillow

This is a stunner. Right on the water, lots of space and nice finishes. I can only imagine how incredible it would be to wake up to this view every morning.

House #2: $5,900,000

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information and images via Zillow

This grand estate features 6  fireplaces, a 1200 sq.ft. guest house, pool & spa w/waterfall, putting green/sand bunker, zoning for 3 horses with 3 stall barn, riding ring and 4 pastures -just to point out a few details....

House #3: $11,500,000

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information and images via Zillow

This 11,200 square foot home is described as the perfect family retreat....It has 8 bedrooms and 8 baths, a theater room, a pool house, tennis court and stables.

House #4: $27,000,000

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information and images via Zillow

Finishing of the list is this $27 million dollar home. This 16,305 square feet house has 8 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, grand living spaces with exposed beams, a separate gym and spa area, stables, a pool, tennis court and over 15 acres of land. Wow wow wow!

Happy dreaming and have a good weekend!

realty round up: brattleboro, vt

Emily Oster

image via  Wikipedia

image via Wikipedia

Key Information:

What: Brattleboro is the oldest town in Vermont known for its vibrant arts community. A free thinking community that has made national news for what one writer describes for its "Berkeleyesque" politics. It is a hilly town with lots of activities available for the outdoor enthusiast - hiking, biking, skiing, kayaking etc. 

When: 1753

Where: The Southeastern corner of Vermont along the border with New Hampshire and on the Connecticut River at the mouth of the West River. 

Why: White Christmas is my favorite Christmas movie so I wanted to feature Vermont. However seeing as though there is no such place as Pine Tree, Vermont I selected Brattleboro; as it has been voted by numerous polls and publications as one of the best places to live. I especially liked this editorial from National Geographic. 

How many: 12,049 (2010)

Local Attractions:
- Amy's Bakery Arts Cafe - looks like the perfect place for some amazing baked goods and a good cup of coffee.
- Fireworks Restaurant - the place to go for wood oven pizza and a nice dining environment.
- Top of the Hill Grill - an authentic bbq place where else but at the top of the hill.

House #1: $199,000

information and images via  Zillow

information and images via Zillow

A charming tucked away cottage that is still walking distance to town. I like the front porch, wooded lot and all the original detailing.

House #2: $229,000

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images and information via Zillow

This in town house has lots of curb appeal and lots of potential. The inside needs quite a bit of updating but it has good light and space planning. 

House #3: $389,000

information and images via  Zillow

information and images via Zillow

This 1856 has great history and has been beautifully updated. I especially love the open kitchen and wide plank original floors. 

House #4: $398,500

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images and information via Zillow

This house is amazingly sited on a hillside overlooking the river. I love the porches and decks and the way the entry is nestled below the road. 

Have a good weekend everyone! I will be back Monday with a final holiday themed post before shutting down for a week of r&r.