Homes for sales in Concord and Beacon Hill near noted residences of Louisa May Alcott


a view of a city: 58 MYRTLE STREET #5 / BEACON HILL

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CONDO FEE $418 a month


LAST SOLD FOR $1,017,500 in 2019

PROS Steps away from the Alcott family’s one-time home on Pinckney Street, this sunny, open, top-floor unit in an 1899 walkup features hardwood floors and designer light fixtures. The living room boasts an exposed brick wall, city views from new windows, and a small bedroom or office at left. Off the dining room, the updated bath includes a double vanity, laundry closet, and sleek step-in shower. The remodeled kitchen impresses with two-tone cabinetry, stone counters with breakfast bar, and floating wood shelves. A larger bedroom in back has double closets. A common roof deck offers views of the State House and city skyline. CONS Penthouse living means climbing four flights of stairs.

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Berry Hill properties listed for sale for $3.6M+

Owner of four buildings also operates parking solutions company at site

authors William Williams

In a somewhat unusual real estate offering for Berry Hill, four adjacent commercial properties have been listed for sale for a collective $3.65 million.

Located at 2810-2816 Columbine Place, each of the four properties offers a small building.

Edward Stewart owns the four properties, having paid a collective $615,000 for them in three transactions: two in 2013 and one (for two properties) in 1998.  Stewart owns Stewart Parking Solutions, which operates from 2816 Columbine and provides revenue control analysis, audits, maintenance, automation and staffing services to the parking industry.

The properties are also available for sale individually: 2810 Columbine for $625,000; 2812 for $695,000; 2814 for $1.69 million; and 2816 for $689,000.

Kore (stylized as “KORE”) Public Relations operates at 2810 Columbine, with the other two buildings seemingly void of tenants.


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Groth Hill Farm In Buckingham Township Is For Sale

BUCKINGHAM, PA — A historical 26-acre farm and horse-riding academy in central Bucks County is listing for $1.2 million.

Groth Hill Farm in Buckingham Township dates back to 1698 as part of William Penn’s land tract. The manor house, spring house and English bank barn date back to the 18th century and are registered with the Historical Society of Buckingham.

The property previously sold in 2005 for $1.38 million.

Here are the full listing details:

  • Address: 2903 Durham Rd, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
  • Price: $1,150,000
  • Square Feet: 2854
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 2 Baths
  • Built: 1875
  • Features: Groth Hill Farm is the perfect blend of romance and history. W/ over 26 pastoral acres, this historic homestead dates back to 1698 and is part of William Penn’s land tract. This lovely equestrian property is equally suited as a gentlemen’s farm and it has been lovingly restored and updated with all modern conveniences for today’s
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New life given to historical Gibbs home in Government Hill

With its six chimneys, two wrap-around porches and Victorian charm, this 133-year-old home looks relatively similar from its Mason Street view in Government Hill now then it most likely did when it was built in 1887.

Army Colonel C.C. Gibbs, who after the Civil War got into the land and railroad business in San Antonio, built it. He owned about 10,000 acres of land and built his home as one of the first in the now historical Government Hill neighborhood.

“He was instrumental in the development of San Antonio,” Logan Fullmer, owner of Asset Resolution Partners said. “He built the Gibbs building, the hotel downtown. Which at the time was the tallest building.”

Fullmer said the home was a prominent social symbol where Gibbs loved to host social gatherings.

“We think several of the presidents from the time had been here but we can’t confirm that yet,” Fullmer said.


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Hill Realty lists 11 properties for sale

Nashville-based H.G. Hill Realty Co. is offering for sale 11 properties, including two notable ones in Midtown, for undisclosed asking prices.

The offerings — 13 properties originally were listed, two have already sold — are of land and buildings for which the company said it has no long-term redevelopment plans. The properties are available either collectively or individually.

Of note, the two Midtown properties have addresses of 1815 Church St. (home to Advance Financial), 120 19th Ave. N. (which accommodates Royal Thai) and 1801 State St. (a surface parking lot).

Hill Realty acquired the 1801 State property in 1976 for $32,500, according to Metro records. It bought both 1815 Church (pictured) and 120 19th as one property in 1925 for $15,000.

Hill Realty has enlisted Greg Coleman and Treanor Granbery — principal and affiliate broker, respectively, at Nashville-based Southeast Venture — to handle the marketing and sale of the properties.

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Incoming Rep. Cori Bush said she’s buying her Capitol Hill wardrobe secondhand. ‘The Squad’ offered affordable fashion tips

Congresswoman-elect Cori Bush won’t get her first paycheck until January. To make it through her first few weeks on Capitol Hill, she’s buying business attire secondhand.

a group of people standing next to a person in a suit and tie: Congresswoman-elect Cori Bush is buying her Capitol Hill wardrobe from thrift stores while she waits for her first paycheck. Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar and more offered her advice for affordable style.

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Congresswoman-elect Cori Bush is buying her Capitol Hill wardrobe from thrift stores while she waits for her first paycheck. Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar and more offered her advice for affordable style.

“The reality of being a regular person going to Congress is that it’s really expensive to get the business clothes I need for the Hill,” the Missouri Democrat tweeted.

But she’s far from the only congresswoman who’s shopped at a thrift store for her professional wardrobe. All four members of “The Squad,” progressive women of color who serve in the House of Representatives, are sharing the tips they’ve used to silence critics on Capitol Hill and dress on a budget.

Most members of Congress earn

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Todt Hill St. Charles Seminary property on market for $7.25M

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The Todt Hill-based St. Charles Seminary property — which a builder was planning to transform into housing for people age 55 or older — is up for sale for $7.25 million, the Advance/ has learned.

The Advance/ reported the property had again been put up for sale last year for an undisclosed amount of money after Huguenot-based developer Tom Costa’s plan to build homes on the property was shot down by the the Todt Hill community.

With that plan now scrapped, a Manhattan-based real estate agency is marketing the nearly eight acres of Todt Hill property — owned by The Pious Society of the Missionaries of St. Charles Boromeo — to be used “as is,” rather than redeveloped with homes.

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After Ernest Flagg visited Todt Hill in 1897, he purchased land and built a stone mansion. The design was based on early Dutch Colonial dwellings. (Staten

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From a $2 million condo townhouse in Forest Hill to a $600,000 bungalow in Port Hope, these properties for sale are having online Open Houses

See what’s on the market in the GTA with a selection of virtual Open Houses.


51 Leila Jackson Terr.

Location: 51 Leila Jackson Terr.,

Torbarrie Rd. and Sergio Marchi St.

Type: Detached two-storey; 3+2 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

51 Leila Jackson Terr.

Asking price: $995,000

See it here:

Listing agents: Mary Ann Semen, Sutton Group Realty Systems Inc., 416-896-3333.

51 Leila Jackson Terr.

Features: Hardwood floors; upgraded kitchen with maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite breakfast bar; family room with gas fireplace; finished basement with modern kitchen and rec room; fully fenced yard

Location highlights: Close to Downsview Dells Park, Hwy. 400, Sheppard Ave. shopping.


288 St Clair Ave. W., #4

Location: 288 St Clair Ave. W., #4,

St. Clair Ave. W. and Spadina Rd.

Type: Condominium townhouse; 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms

Asking price: $1,989,000

See it here:

288 St Clair Ave. W., #4

Listing agents: Leeanne Weld, Royal Lepage/J&D Division, 416-566-8603.

Features: Georgian-style townhome; gourmet kitchen with granite countertops;

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Despite Losses, Cherry Hill Mall Owner Optimistic About Future

CHERRY HILL, NJ — The owner of the Cherry Hill Mall saw a net loss of $35.7 million for the third quarter of 2020, but remains optimistic about its future.

The Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT) also announced a loss of $84.8 million this year as its properties struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“We are pleased to be moving closer to a normal state in our business while moving forward with strengthening the company’s balance sheet and positioning it for long-term success through our prepackaged plan,” PREIT Chairman and CEO Joseph Coradino said. “Our court-approved expedited case timeline should allow us to emerge and quickly move to the next phase of our evolution bringing new and innovative uses to our properties as the landscape continues to rapidly evolve. We look forward to the upcoming holiday season, meeting our shoppers’ demands through an array of shopping options and opportunities to

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Denver Starting Small-Area Planning Process for Park Hill Golf Club Property

Denver will soon initiate a small-area planning process for the 155-acre property that includes the now-closed Park Hill Golf Club, and the developer that bought the property has agreed to participate.

“I want to reaffirm our commitment to honestly listening to the people who will bring this project to life and to a transparent and equitable dialogue,” says Kenneth Ho, the project lead at Westside Investment Partners, in a statement announcing the agreement. “We recognize that there is a higher bar for community benefits on this site, and we are committed to ensuring that the end result of this project reflects the values and needs of the community.”

The announcement comes two months after Denver City Council voted against referring a measure to the ballot that would have required voter approval for the city to lift any conservation easements, which limit development possibilities for the property. For decades, the Park

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