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    What You Get

    $1.6 Million Homes in California

    A midcentury-modern home designed by Cliff May in Long Beach, a 1918 Craftsman house in Oakland and a three-bedroom bungalow in Sierra Madre.


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    Jayna Roy designed a mushroom-themed nursery for her daughter.
    CreditHalkin Mason for The New York Times

    These Mushrooms Are Not for Eating

    As mushrooms become more prominent in nearly all spheres of modern life — including wellness, pop culture and cuisine — they’re also becoming sought-after motifs in interior design.


  1. On the Market

    CreditKyle Nolan

    Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey

    This week’s homes are a five-bedroom in Larchmont, and a six-bedroom in Cherry Hill once owned by Muhammad Ali.

     By Jill P. Capuzzo and

  2. On the Market


    Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan

    This week’s properties are in the South Street Seaport area, on the Upper East Side and in Brooklyn Heights.


  3. Times Insider

    Duluth, Minn., on Lake Superior, has attracted families with its abundant fresh water and cooler temperatures. Anna Geiszler and her family moved there from Wyoming.
    CreditJenn Ackerman for The New York Times

    In Duluth, Real Estate Collides With Climate

    More Americans are uprooting their lives for safer climates. That sent one Times real estate reporter to the Upper Midwest.


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    Historic buildings line the streets in the village of Coxsackie.
    CreditTony Cenicola/The New York Times

    Coxsackie, N.Y.: ‘A Special Place on the Hudson’

    Natives and newcomers are transforming this Greene County town, with an eye toward preservation. (And they want you to know it’s pronounced ‘cook-SAH-kie.’)


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