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This week's featured property offered by Karen Climo of William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty.

Here’s what we have for you this week in The Edge Real Estate section:
Property of the Week — Karen Climo of William Pitt Sotheby’s International offers an incredible Property of the Week set on 16 + acres with scenic and wild field views.
What’s on the Market – What’s better than relaxing on a porch on a summer day? We have great porch properties offered by Sheila Thunfors of Stone House Properties, Berkshire Property Agents, Mary Jo Piretti of Piretti Real Estate and Wheeler & Taylor Real Estate.
Transformations – Designer Ritch Holben transformed the Bilmar Veterinary Services building. Your pet will be thrilled. http://theberkshireedge.com/real-estate/category/transformations/
Weekly real estate transactions for Berkshire County and northern Litchfield County
Market Perspectives – The real estate market was down in the first quarter of 2018 but the future is promising, according to the CEO of William Pitt and Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty.
Home & Garden – A exhibition about “Power and Beauty in China’s Last Dynasty” seem like a funny place to learn about placement and perspective in the garden. But, maybe not.


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  1. SAGE RADACHOWSKY says:

    Price of the house in the photo, 6,800 sf in Egremont, is $2,275,000 — yes, over two million dollars. The market is really out of control and it’s extreme gentrification in South County. Working people can’t afford to buy a house anymore, and people who already has houses are saddled with very high property taxes, as the assessed values have gone way up with the market, which is good if they want to sell but bad if they want to actually keep living here, and end up paying $400 per month in property tax for a home they bought 30 years ago. It’s really hard for people who are not of the wealthy financial investment class from the cities to live here. The word for this is gentrification.

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