Out & About in the 'burbs This Weekend: August 8-10, 2014
Here’s what’s happening in area real estate this week:
When it comes to home ownership, millennials aren’t stepping up.
While you’re exploring new towns this weekend, take in a little nature (because the tree outside your apartment building just isn’t cutting it anymore…). Check out these great nature conservancies!
The Arthur W. Butler Memorial Sanctuary in Bedford is just that: a peaceful sanctuary home to flowing streams, beautiful flora and fauna and plenty of local wildlife.
In Connecticut, Weston’s Devil’s Den is a go-to with lush protected forests, diverse species of plants and animals and stunning wetlands.
Once home to 20th century railroad heir Howard Gould, Sands Point Preserve in Port Washington is now come to a variety of habitats including a beach, cliffs, lawns, gardens and a freshwater pond.
- Short Hills’ Hartshorn Arboretum & Sanctuary sprawls across more than 16 acres of woodlands including 3 miles of trails and a diverse plant and animal population.
Rates may be up, but that isn’t deterring prospective buyers from entering the market.
Looking for a great weekend activity while you peruse the ‘burbs? Check out some local orchards and get picking! We’re in the midst of berry season, so grab your kids and grab some sweet strawberries, raspberries and blueberries right off the vine in these great spots:
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