There are 4 blog entries for November 2007.
Thursday, November 29th, 2007 at 7:29am. 1963 Views, 0 Comments.
Bay Area Modernists should not miss this weekend's Deco the Halls event which represents the largest Modernism and Art Deco sale in the United States.
This event features over 200 exhibitors that specialize in all things art deco, modern, streamline moderne, art nouveau, vintage western and mid-century modern. Attendees will have an opportunity to browse and purchase a variety of items including furniture, art, pottery, jewelry, pottery, books vintage clothing and other accessories.
In addition to the sale event, attendees have an opportunity to participate in a number of other fun-filled events including:
- San Francisco Art Deco Architectural Walking Tour - The Art Deco Society of California will sponsor a walking tour on Saturday…
Sunday, November 25th, 2007 at 2:12pm. 2096 Views, 0 Comments.
I just received this months issue of Atomic Ranch Magazine (Winter 2007) and was excited to see that we were once again recognized by another publication and its readership as a valuable resource for modern and mid-century modern homes. This mention follows our coverage in last month's issue of Alaska Airlines In-flight Magazine which did a wonderful story on the renaissance of West Coast mid-century modern homes.
Within the Winter 2007 issue of Atomic Ranch, a reader mentioned that they have looking for design ideas and inspiration for their California mid-century modern home and found the Landscaping a Mid-Century Modern Home page of our Eichler for Sale website to be most helpful. The magazine editor also acknowledged that one of…
Saturday, November 10th, 2007 at 5:51pm. 1666 Views, 0 Comments.
The Marin Board of Supervisors has, at long last, adopted a much-anticipated blueprint for managed development in unincorporated areas of Marin County. In an effort to accomplish sustainable growth, the plan calls for preservation of the natural environment, compromise in proposed construction projects, and includes eco-friendly requirements for new development within the county.
Seven years in the making, this plan is not without controversy. While environmentalists applaud the effort, others feel the program is too restrictive and will make it difficult to meet Marin’s housing needs. The most hotly debated issue was a compromise that reduces a proposed senior community development from an initial plan of 1,100 acres to 30 – 40 acres. Another area…
Saturday, November 3rd, 2007 at 11:22am. 1956 Views, 0 Comments.
A tax benefit that often slips through the cracks when buying a new home is the Homeowner’s Exemption. The California Constitution provides for a tax exemption of up to $7000 of the assessed value on property that is occupied as the owner’s principal place of residence. Surprisingly this bit of tax relief often gets lost in the shuffle when buying a new home, resulting in too many Marin County homeowners overpaying their property taxes.