A quirky apartment in the Ansonia is for sale, climate change may already be hitting the housing market, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | June 19, 2018 - 11:00AM

A quirky top-floor apartment—with portholes and skylights for windows—on the Upper West Side in the storied Ansonia building is for sale for $1,635,000 (Curbed)

How an apartment’s square footage is measured apparently differs between co-ops and condos (Habitat Magazine)

A renovated Greek Revival townhouse retained some original details and is on the market for $3,085,000 (Brownstoner)

Climate change may already be hitting the housing market as price growth in low-risk areas outpaces those prone to natural disasters (Bloomberg)

California billionaire Bill Gross decided to get back at his ex-wife—who received their Laguna Beach home in the breakup—by leaving dead fish and fart spray in the house (New York Post)

About to purchase a new house or apartment? Here are six repairs longtime homeowners wish they had done sooner (Apartment Therapy)

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