At the height of the pandemic, some siblings decided to move into the same building to create an instant safe bubble.
Shortly after their marriage six years ago, Liz and Justin Martorano bought a two-bedroom, two-bathroom co-op in Scarsdale, N.Y. They chose it, in large part, because of parking. “The hardest thing to find was two convenient parking spaces,” Mr. Martorano said of
As with every other aspect of American life in 2020, the coronavirus pandemic dominated the real estate industry this year — wreaking havoc on markets, shattering our ingrained routines and traditions at home, changing the way we move around, and leaving us
The most popular listings on The New York Times’s Find a Home site in November include a pair of super-expensive homes, two sunny, Manhattan apartments, and a smartly designed three-bedroom condo in Montreal, Canada. 5. Cozy Nest on High $530,000 | 410
A Modern Three-Bedroom Villa on Costa Rica’s Coastline $1.15 MILLION This modern three-bedroom home sits on a hillside in Dominical, a beach town in Puntarenas province, on the southern Pacific coast of Costa Rica. Built in 2016, the 3,500-square-foot house is oriented
Brooklyn, N.Y. | $2.9 Million A Dutch Colonial farmhouse, dating to about 1766, with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, on a 0.51-acre lot with an 1899 barn This property, which is known as the Wyckoff-Bennett-Mont House and is on the National Register
Four Bedrooms and a Lap Pool in Hout Bay $760,000 (11.2 MILLION SOUTH AFRICAN RAND) This four-bedroom house sits at the foot of the Skoorsteenberg peaks in Hout Bay, a coastal suburb of Cape Town, South Africa, where hikers and mountain climbers