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You might think you don’t know who Ashley Albert is, but you’ve definitely heard her voice. Maybe you’ve listened to her Grammy-nominated children’s band, The Jimmies playing overhead while you strolled through a store. Or if you religiously watched MTV’s Daria as a teenager in the nineties, you might geek out upon learning that Albert was the voice of slow speaking, valley girl Tiffany Blum-Deckler.
Seems Insane! This Private Island Is Cheaper Than Most NYC Apartments
Here’s a story that’s sure to have you wishing you lived anywhere other than NYC! This one-acre private island on Putnam Lake is only an hour and a half drive from the city, and at $899,000, it’s a real bargain by New York standards. Here in the Big Apple, the average apartment goes for $1.4 million, and we can guarantee you it’s a lot smaller than this 5,600 square-foot, pre-war home. The estate has all the amenities of modern living like DSL and satellite television. Plus there’s a guest house! The only catch is that Putnam Lake has a ban on motorized boats, so the only way to reach the property is by rowboat. Still, what’s a morning row compared to an hour on the Q-train?
Tiny Apartment News And Design Roundup
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