So if Williamsburg is going suburban, why not buy a surban-feeling townhouse there?
Yes, NY Observer, nothing says suburban like a 140-year-old brick row house in a neighborhood that hasn’t been a suburb for 175 years.
Question: exactly how many (or how few) fruit trees does it take to qualify as a “fruit orchard”? And doesn’t a “fruit orchard” evoke a more rural sensibility? Perhaps this is really a farm house?