Oh dear oh dear

 Yes, that's a Coca-Cola sign — it gets worse

Yes, that's a Coca-Cola sign — it gets worse

108 John Street was custom built in 1995 Dinyar Wadia, one of Greenwich's finest builders, but was unfortunately desecrated by the (former?) NYC interior design team of Diamond Baratta. We had great fun here some years back with one of their other assaults on a house on Lake Avenue: that was foreclosed on, "neutralized" by the lender's agent, and finally sold for a pittance. [1038 Lake Avenue, in fact, once owned by a gentleman named Steven Braverman   .Listing has disappeared, but a sample photo is shown below]

New York City residents creating an Adirondack vacation home in "the country"? Bad acid?  It's been on since November, when it was priced at $6.3 million, and reduced today to $5.995. I'm not certain how much it will cost to neutralize this one — it will surely cost less than the $1,000,000 plus that Diamond Baratta charged to ruin it — but subtract that cost from the new asking price and perhaps you'll reach market price.

Perhaps.

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 The general rule in selling a house is to depersonalize it. These owners are flamboyantly defying that advice, bless their hearts

The general rule in selling a house is to depersonalize it. These owners are flamboyantly defying that advice, bless their hearts

 The steven braverman residence, also decorated by diamond/baratta

The steven braverman residence, also decorated by diamond/baratta