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THE historic Henry Block House at 18 East 76th Street is being offered for sale for the first time in 40 years.
Designed by architect John G. Prague for developer William Noble in 1881, the five story mansion was sold to brewer George C. Clausen for $65,000 in 1884. Namesake owner Henry Block bought it in 1906 and had it renovated by the Herts Brothers.
The private owners have tapped by Buchbinder & Warren brokers Bill Abramson and Matthew Olden to sell the 11,000 s/f house and they've listed it at $35.8 million (see listing below).
BROOKLYN craft beer guru Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergso--author, bar owner and founder of Evil Twin Brewing--is selling his nearly six-acre farm in Millerton, NY for $1.39 million.
The Dutchess County estate has been tricked out with a new, contemporary pool with Jacuzzi and wooden deck, an outdoor shower and a flrepit.
Originally designed by Grzywinski + Pons in 2011, the house features energy-efficient systems, sustainable materials and an open floorplan with three bedrooms, a master suite with terrace and a lofted area.
It also has a guest cottage and an outdoor dining area.
Jarnit-Bjergso--who founded Evil Twin Brewing in Denmark in 2010 -- opened the company's first brick and mortar brewery in Ridgewood, Queens earlier this year.
He also runs a bar in Brooklyn called T0rst, and is co-author of the book Food & Beer with chef Daniel Burns, who runs Michelin-starred restaurant Luksus that shares space with Torst.
The property is listed with Andrew Gates of Houlihan Lawrence.
THE house the Mad Money frontman Jim Cramer sold to his wife for $1 has just closed at $3.7 million.
Karen Cramer got the 5,032 s/f single family Cape Cod-syle house in Summit, NJ, when she split with the television personality in 2010, according to tax records.
The couple had bought the house on Hillcrest Avenue for $2,375 million in 1999 and raised their two girls there before they split.
Cramer married Brooklyn real estate broker Lisa Detwiler in 2015.