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  • Historic Marietta Home, Kitchen

    The home's cabinetry is fairly new and though the appliances are a little dated they get the job done.    See the Image

  • Historic Marietta Home, Antiques

    Many of the home's antiques belonged to the original owner and are for sale.    See the Image

  • Cobb County, Recording Artists Blackberry Smoke

    Brothers Brit and Richard Turner of Vinings, Ga. (far right, respectively) also attended Campbell High School with Oscar winners Julia Roberts and Walton Goggins.    See the Image

  • NYCKITCH-354-West-11th

    Published 10/22/13 in Houses

    If you're lucky enough to live in a home with exposed brick walls and wide-plank wood floors, invest in a charming country-style kitchen table — like in this floor-through West Village apartment.…   See the Image

  • UPSTATE-211-Mitchell-St

    It's the height of fall foliage season in New York, which means city-dwellers are making their upstate pilgrimages for hiking, apple-picking and weekend home-visiting. We figure there's no better…   Read the Article

  • UPSTATE-204-Ohara

    From Newburgh to Kinderhook, check out these north-of-the-city homes.   See the Gallery

  • UPSTATE-838-Route-9D

    Published 10/18/13 in Houses

    Situated on eight acres but just an hour-long Metro-North ride away from Grand Central, this 18th-century retreat has all the appeal of a country home without straying too far from the city. The…   See the Image

  • Stanley Tucci's Historic Country Estate: Exterior

    The actor listed his longtime New York home for $1.85 million.   See the Gallery

  • Stanley Tucci's New York Estate

    Hunger Games actor and Golden Globe-winner Stanley Tucci has put his historic 5,405-square-foot country home, which is located on six acres in South Salem, N.Y., on the market for $1.85 million. The…   Read the Article

  • Kitchen: Historic Rocky Farm in Newport, R.I.

    The kitchen and dining room exude old-fashioned charm, from the understated wood island to the large brick fireplace. Once owned by Newport founder and Rhode Island Governor William Brenton, this…   See the Image