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Elyse Harney Morris and Lauren Molk of Elyse Harney Real Estate offer a rare opportunity to own a piece of history where timeless elegance meets modern comfort. An analysis of first quarter 2024 real estate sales. Architect Pamela Sandler transforms a dark, compartmentalized condo into a light, bright and open home. Plus, recent sales, gardening columns and more.

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

  • Property of the Week – Elyse Harney Morris and Lauren Molk of Elyse Harney Real Estate offer a most unusual property‑a gorgeous park-like estate with breathtaking views, a great location, and inviting historic homes.
  • Transformations – Architect Pamela Sandler has transformed a dark, cramped and compartmentalized condominium into a bright and spacious home.
  • Weekly real estate transactions for Berkshire County, Northern Litchfield County and Columbia County.
  • Market Perspective – 2024 starts with a slight but comfortable overall rebound.
  • The Self-Taught Gardener – The gardener at Hollister House Garden in Washington, Conn., approaches garden maintenance in a manner that Lee says is well worth considering.
  • The Lazy Berkshire Gardener – Here’s Jodi’s advice for mid-May gardening: “I love the vibrant growth and promise of May, but I also develop a hurried sense of panic about all the gardening to do. Time to stop and breathe. Focus on the urgent.”

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West Stockbridge’s new Fire/EMT Committee adds members; meetings closed to public

The town is pursuing meetings with Stockbridge and Richmond focused on emergency-services staffing.

Tri-Town Board of Health proposes fee hikes

The agency unanimously approved supporting a permanent home in Stockbridge's Town Hall.

Attorney General supports proposed Housatonic Water Works rate increases, while town officials and residents are still strongly opposed

"We've heard all the arguments, and they've all been very good, but put yourself in the place of the citizens of Housatonic, and I ask you to consider rejecting this large increase and try to help them through this terrible time,” Great Barrington Selectboard Chair Stephen Bannon pleaded with the DPU.

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