All Blog Entries by Amy Wallace

Amy Wallace is the Marketing Director for Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty. Crazy about the mountains, home decor, yoga, art, theatre and REAL ESTATE she likes nothing better than to blog about it all.

Found 73 blog entries published by Amy Wallace.

So many Ulster County homebuyers are looking for farmhouses with barns. When we search for homes we’re so often searching for something much more than a space to place our couch so we can binge watch some Netflix. Some of us are searching for open air, a connection to the land, a connection to ...
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A well-sited house. When you start with a beautiful piece of land, land with a bewitching pond, views of mountains and rolling hills, views of vibrantly colored sunsets, views of night skies peppered with stars… when you start with 5 acres within easy distance of 3 ski mountains, it almost doesn’t ...
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  Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty is the Local Leader in Luxury Real Estate. #1 in Luxury Sales (properties $750,000 and above) in the Hudson Valley Catskill Region MLS in 2016. Coldwell Banker agents sell more luxury real estate nationally than any other firm. Why? The Coldwell ...
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  In real estate we often talk about the “Highest and Best” use for a property. for example there might be a multi-family home in a commercial district that would make more money for its owner if it were converted into a restaurant or retail space. Highest and Best. One of my favorite ...
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  There’s a hamlet in the Catskills that people from beyond the park’s borders haven’t always heard of. No, it’s not Phoenicia, the cat’s out of the bag on that one. It’s closethough. A bend in Route 214 on the way out of Phoenicia protects the special hamlet of Chichester from the ...
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With responsibilities and technology gobbling up the bulk of our days, we’re left with so little time for charm. You see it in the movie theatre – between the disaster films and the comic book heroes finding today’s “Sleepless in Seattle” takes effort. You see it in design – straight lines and ...
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  Thanksgiving weekend is pretty special to me. I do not shop, I do not in fact, go anywhere. I use this one long weekend a year to enjoy what I consider to be the perfect country weekend. I stay at home amidst the woods and fields of my parents’ farm and my family does the things that country ...
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