Moving Into Luxury, New York Style
You don’t have to look far to find a luxury home, but a residence this grand is a rare find, indeed. 18 Skyline Drive is no mere home; in fact, it’s a castle in every sense of the word, and for a limited time, this breathtaking stronghold can be yours.
Welcome Home, Your Majesty
What would coming home be like if you lived here?
Picture yourself in the back seat of a limousine or in the cockpit of an exotic supercar, just returning from a star-studded gala or a trip around the world. You’ll pull up to the custom wrought iron gates, enter your security [...]
Are you planning a long road trip? Maybe a visit to see Grandma or perhaps you’re even moving across the country? Well I guarantee you’ll need some fuel to get you through it – and I’m not just talking about gas! I’ve got a few simple snacks you can prepare to make your road trip a little more flavorful!
If you’re hopping in the car for an extended period of time, easy to prepare snacks that don’t have to be refrigerated are essential for getting you from point A to point B. These three snacks fit the bill!Amped Up Granola
Granola is the perfect on the go snack. Packed with protein, it will help perk up any tired driver! I like to use store bought granola or [...]
As owner of the Atlanta-based Egypt Sherrod Real Estate Group, author of Keep Calm… It’s Just Real Estate and host of HGTV’s hit television series, Property Virgins, Egypt Sherrod has achieved guru status when it comes to all things homes – something we’d like to think she has in common with Homes.com!
Each week, on the television series Property Virgins, Sherrod guides first time homebuyers through the emotional ups and downs and logistical wranglings associated with buying a home, while setting realistic expectations and dishing out some tough love along the way. She ushers property virgins into the world of real estate without breaking a [...]
If Britain is to be considered the birthplace of bangers and mash, then it’s Buffalo, New York where the lowly chicken wing rose to fame and still (in certain recipes) maintains its “Buffalo” moniker, conjuring hot sauce anticipation and (for me) cool fall evenings on a finger lake in upstate New York.
As a Brit on my first sojourn to the States in ’82, I marveled at how the buffalos I had seen in old Westerns actually had tender bones I could munch on. And it was after a hour or so of gorging on these delicacies that a Bostonian, taking pity on a strange guy with a very strong accent, told me they were actually [...]