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By Friday, Jul 14 News

Several new stories this week for your reading pleasure in The Edge Real Estate section:

  • Property of the Week – We highlight Brookmead Farm at 22 New Marlboro Road in Monterey, a picture postcard property. A rambling 18th century farmhouse painstakingly renovated from stem to stern, on 84 acres with open views.
  • What’s on the Market – This week we feature Berkshire homes with pools. What’s better in the heat of the summer than a cool pool?
  • Transformations– This week, landscape designer Karen Shreefter shows us how she turned a neglected property from “ravage to renaissance.”
  • Weekly real estate transactions for Berkshire County and northern Litchfield County
  • Market PerspectivesArchitect and designer Ritch Holben shows us the new black in housing colors. It turns out that black is the new black.
  • Home & Garden – Lee Buttala, The Self-Taught Gardener, takes advantage of an excursion to the mid-West to show us that, for plants as well as humans, there’s no place like home.

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