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After being mostly unplugged for a week, I’m trying to get caught up on news and current events. One thing that came to light last week was that Lee Radziwill‘s Paris apartment is for sale by Emilie Garcin. The three bedroom 6th floor apartment on Avenue Montaigne in the 8th arrondissement with a view of […]

Do you remember the Beautiful Bonpoint Dinner that I attended a few years ago in a Wonderful West Village Townhouse?  Well, the family who lived there moved back to England last year and put their Bank Street home on the market for $26 Million. It’s recently had a price drop and can be yours for […]

If you have $20 Million lying around, Grey Gardens, the home made famous by the documentary of the same name could be yours. While the seven-bedroom former home of Kennedy cousins Big Edie and Little Edie Beale has been available for rent for years, but it is now for sale with Corcoran. The house was […]

Place of Peace

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The East Hampton home where Jackie Bouvier Kennedy spent her childhood summers can now be yours. The 11-acre estate on Further Lane known as Lasata which is a Native American word for Place of Peace was designed by architect Arthur C. Jackson in 1917. It was purchased by Delphine and Reed Krakoff in 2007 and was extensively […]

I didn’t even know Francisco Costa’s apartment was on the market before hearing that it had possibly already sold. The space designed by Mark Cunningham is located at 220 Madison Avenue near the Morgan Library. The location makes it convenient for both Francisco to get to work in the Fashion District and his partner John DeStefano, a horse […]

Those of you who can’t make it to New York to shop Housing Works Design on a Dime are in luck.  Chance Co. founder Julia Leach has curated a sale full of blue and white delights for One Kings Lane. You could actually furnish an entire beach house with her picks and I’ve chosen a […]

I happened to walk down East 71st Street between Lexington and Third Avenues a few days ago and noticed a new for sale sign at 169 East 71st Street.  This Upper East Side brownstone is best known as the building where Holly Golightly lives in the 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The townhouse was split […]