The Ephemera House

An enormous pine tree looms up in front of the brown, shingled tower of this handsome home. Step up the porch steps and step back in time. Place your fedora hat on the hall rack and gaze at the 1930’s – 1940’s glamorous oil portraits gracing the staircase wall. Victorian settees, antique wallpaper, and ephemera can be found in every corner and on every wall.

Square footage: 3,000 interior, corner lot with a small yard (Parlor, bedroom, 2 children’s bedrooms, dining room, kitchen, sunroom, bathrooms)

Amenities/Details:

  • Furniture, artwork and props as seen in the pictures
  • Parking on the property and street for trailers and cars

The Collector’s Loft

Imagine all of the contents of a Maine roadside flea market transplanted into a cozy Brooklyn loft. Every nook and cranny of this loft is filled to the brim with old framed tin-type photographs, retro paintings, dusty books, antlers, old clocks, broken toys, and every kind of tool imaginable – hung on the wall! There’s a tree fort loft made from birch logs, a garden window lounge with a tiny stage, and a rock embedded floor under a clawfoot tub.

Square footage: 1,700 (Open loft room, bedroom, garden nook, kitchen, bathroom and a small sleeping loft).

Amenities/Details:

  • Furniture, artwork and props as seen in the pictures
  • Piano
  • Tiny stage