Halstead Property is one of the largest and most visible residential real estate brokerage firms in New York. Founded in 1984 by Clark P. Halstead and Diane M. Ramirez, Halstead Property is based on the simple guiding principle that the mission of a service company must indeed be service.
The company quickly established themselves as the most innovative real estate firm in New York by being the first to establish ground floor, retail storefronts as offices and by developing a strategic 'triangle' growth plan that started with an Upper Eastside office and then quickly expanded to the Westside and Downtown. Read More
Jade green walls create a rich sophistication to this traditional living room. Grounded by a floral area rug, the seating area is a combination of comfortable, classic-lined furniture. An elegant fireplace is topped by a dramatic gilded mirror.
An eclectic mix of styles adds character to this white kitchen. Wooden dining chairs and bamboo Roman shades bring warmth and natural, textural element. Wire bar chairs introduce some midcentury modern flair.
Muted striped wallpaper and a floral area rug set the scene for a truly traditional bedroom. The tufted upholstered headboard features classic upholstery and the bed is dressed simple creamy linens with a striped bed skirt that matches the walls.
Terracotta tiles are used to create a warm, rustic floor in this East Hampton's home. Pale wood cabinets pair with simple white countertops and butcher block island for a light, natural kitchen. Graphic-patterned tile backsplash adds visual interest to the space.
Wood shingle siding gives this cottage home a traditional Cape Cod look. Brick pavers and stone make up the backyard pool deck.
Floor-to-ceiling windows wrap around the stunning, spacious living room offering spectacular round-the-clock New York City views. Multiple seating areas offer intimate settings for small or large groups.
The East Hampton's home is topped by a dramatically sloped roof and flanked by two matching octagonal wings. In one of the wings sits an elegant yet simple guest bedroom. The space evokes a traditional style with balanced nightstand, cozy floral armchair and a curvy settee.
White walls create a bright and welcoming frame for this New York entryway. A patterned rug, plush sofa and bright throw pillows add color and bring a homey feel to the design as soon as you enter.
A bamboo bench and armchair bring texture and tropical flair to this classic white master bedroom. Palm tree lamp bases also nod to the tropical theme without being kitschy. Bamboo Roman shades with a navy border combine both the tropical and classic styles of the bedroom.
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