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By Friday, Oct 6 News

Here’s what we have for you this week in The Edge Real Estate section:

  • Property of the Week –- The perfect Berkshires house in the perfect location is this week’s featured property.
  • What’s on the Market –- This week you can buy serenity in Becket!
  • Transformations–- Thomas Hartman of Amherst architectural firm Coldham & Hartman shows us how they transformed a centuries-old community feature, The Log in Williamstown, into a charming gathering place for town and gown alike.
  • Weekly real estate transactions for Berkshire County and northern Litchfield County 
  • Market Perspectives –- Realtor Sheila Thunfors from Stone House Properties shares secrets with you about how to get a great buy by recognizing the bargains.
  • Home & Garden –- In “Eliminating the Competition, Lee Buttala, the Self-Taught Gardener, ponders how the native weed boneset manages to carry on like a modern-day Borgia, strategically killing off anything that gets too close.

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