HOME & DESIGN

Your own private country club

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Here’s a rare opportunity to own a family compound nestled in the private, gated community of Conyer’s Farm – home of the Greenwich Polo Club – with 24-hour security.

(Sound) Shore living

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Before the days turn really hot on the Long Island Sound, refresh your home – and your entertainment rituals – for summer, writes WAG interior design columnist, Cami Weinstein.

Woven gardens

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Skinner Inc.’s recent sale of Jim Dixon’s collection of Oriental rugs with garden motifs – the first in a series of Skinner auctions representing the collection – proves the perennial appeal of these magic carpets.

A Greenwich waterfront oasis

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With a mesmerizing 10.1 acres of waterfront compound leading out to Long Island Sound and 440 feet of direct sparkling water in a private, tranquil setting, this 60-year-old, 8,354-square-foot Colonial on Cobb Island Drive is a one-of-a-kind opportunity.

Your home as a healthy haven

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With the pandemic still swirling around us, the idea of home as haven continues to have a poignant meaning. Not only do we want to keep Covid out of our homes, but we want them to be safe environments in general.

Financing eldercare

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Looking for those golden years to be truly golden? WAG’s new eldercare columnist — Abbe Udochi, CEO and care manager of Concierge Healthcare Consulting in New Rochelle – says you need a plan and then some.

Your home as an investment

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For many if not most people, their home is the largest investment they will make in their lifetime. And while some are more “nesters” than others, a home is always something to be cared for.

Adding to your home

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Not only do folks want to put their personal stamp on their beloved homes; they want to make them conducive to their post-Covid lifestyles. And that may mean adding space for home offices and multi-generational living, rather than upgrading to a house that has more square footage but is going to cost a lot and needs the same amount of work.