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By Friday, Aug 4 News

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

  • Property of the Week – We highlight the Gen. John Ashley House in Sheffield, Mass. Built in 1762, a true American Treasure, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
  • What’s on the Market – This week we feature homes with gorgeous mountain views. Lose yourself in the beauty of the Berkshires.
  • “Transformations” – This week, landscape designer Craig Okerstom-Lang takes us through the creation of a stunning “scissor staircase.”
  • Weekly real estate transactions for Berkshire County and northern Litchfield County
  • Market Perspectives – Artist, child psychologist and musician Carolyn Newberger offers the second of two articles exploring the psychological dimensions of selling the old family home, downsizing and moving to a smaller house in the woods in Lenox.
  • Home & Garden – In “The Lineup,” Lee Buttala, The Self-Taught Gardener, derides the influence of military thinking on gardens that leads to rows of plants all lined up like soldiers. Personally, Lee prefers guerilla tactics.


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Albert Theriault, 77, of Becket

Friday, Aug 18 - He was last employed at Pioneers Dairy for seven years until retiring in 2000. He was chief of police in Becket from 1972 until 1976.

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Friday, Aug 18 - Many interesting new things in The Edge Real Estate section this week, including Market Perspectives: If you are thinking of buying a second home in the Berkshires, don’t make another move until you’ve read the advice offered by Great Barrington-based designer Jess Cooney.