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Something really exciting is happening in Midtown Kingston - The Kingston Design Connection's Design Showhouse is nearly finished!


What's the Kingston Design Showhouse?

In the early spring I had the pleasure of meeting Maryline Damour of design/build firm Damour Drake, the founder of Kingston Design Connection. Maryline is developing a Kingston Design Connection, in her words, " connect Hudson Valley designers to each other; to potential clients; and to the growing Kingston design scene." Designers and artisans who become involved are connecting with one another, and with all of us, through several different venues. First they've developed the Kingston Design Directory which will serve as a resource. It's a curated list of

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Catskills and Hudson Valley Real Estate - A Tour Via Fireplace

Fall has arrived and it's just about time for our first indoor fires of the year. Sometimes a client's search for a home in the Catskills and Hudson Valley revolves entirely around a single feature; the fireplace. It's that important! A fireplace in the right place, in the right style, and of the right size is integral to many people's vision of "home". So, in honor of the crisp air I've clicked and sorted and pulled together a pile of properties with fireplaces to suit every taste and budget. Just imagine spending an afternoon in front of each one of these.

P.S. most of these homes have a lot of other great features as well.


Clockwise from upper left:
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So. Much. Cool.

Take a look at the outside of 808 Mill Road in Rhinebeck. Does your inner voice say, “Hunh…that house is cool,”? You’re not alone! That seems to be the most common reaction to this two bedroom two bathroom modern cotemporary hidden away on one of Rhinebeck’s most desirable roads.

808 Mill Road’s striking look is achieved via huge windows accented by white trim on a background of honey colored natural wood siding. The simplicity of this combination warms up the classic contemporary lines and angles that make up this home’s architecture. The finishing touch is a wrap-around deck that softens the lines a bit, making the home feel accessible (both literally and figuratively as it provides access to the front door), and affords

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