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Kate Lascar of Berkshire Property Agents offers a hassle-free condo in a peaceful community, combining tranquility and accessibility. An analysis of potential changes in Berkshire real estate practices. Geoff Wilcox reports on the ‘transformation” of a run-down gambrel-roofed home in a small town in Massachusetts. Plus, recent sales, gardening columns and more.

Here’s what we have for you this week in The Edge Real Estate section:

  • Property of the Week – Embrace hassle-free living at its finest in this condo offered by Kate Lascar of Berkshire Property Agents.
  • Transformations – Geoff Wilcox of The Country Shepherd in Chatham, N.Y. takes us through the restoring and rebuilding of a hybrid gambrel-roof home in a small town in Massachusetts. The project took three years to complete.
  • Weekly real estate transactions for Berkshire County, Northern Litchfield County and Columbia County.
  • Market Perspective – A settlement by the National Board of Realtors may bring changes to practices in the Berkshires. Here’s an analysis of what to expect.
  • The Self-Taught Gardener – Why does the arrival of spring strike dread in the hearts of gardeners?
  • The Lazy Berkshire Gardener – Now is a fine time to move small shrubs or small trees and transplant them, and other tips as spring sets in.

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Community Access to the Arts receives $2 million from MacKenzie Scott’s Yield Giving, only Berkshire County awardee

Out of the more than 6,300 that applied, CATA was among only 250 organizations nationwide to receive the award.

Stockbridge warrant seeks speed limit mandate for town-owned roads

The Select Board contemplated having the board appoint the town clerk and tree warden, rather than residents voting to elect those positions.

Edith Meininger (nee Goldfarb), 100, of Austerlitz, N.Y.

In keeping with Edith’s wishes, there will be no funeral. A private burial service for family will be held at Chatham Rural Cemetery.

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