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
Inspired by Marie Antoinette's Le Petit Trianon in Versailles, this East Hampton's home is surrounded by graceful trees and lush landscaping. A pair of glass-paned doors opens to the spacious limestone terrace that looks out over the fabulously landscaped grounds complete with elegantly designed heated pool.
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.
The massive main kitchen (there are two in the apartment) designed by Boffi utilizes stainless steel, Corian (including on the walls) and slab stone construction with double stoves and double ovens, two refrigerators, three sinks and three dishwashers.
Blue seersucker bedding and cherry wood twin beds give this attic bedroom a classic look. Printed X-base stools add a stylish, of-the-moment touch. Pine wood floors anchor the room.
Creamy white walls provide a calming, neutral backdrop for a sweet and simple guest bedroom. Pink seersucker nods to the home's beach town location in Southampton. Matching green nightstands inject a vibrant pop of color, picking up on the wall art's bright color palette.
Fully white surroundings keep this cozy country kitchen looking extra bright. Rows of decorative tile and lantern pendants add touches of personality to the design while blue patterned chairs in the attached dining space contribute soft color.
Walls of windows ensure that plenty of sunlight reaches this colorful sunroom. Wicker furniture and gorgeous full window planters bring a springtime outdoor feel inside. A floral sofa and decorative tile fireplace surround add finishing touches on this enjoyable design.
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