Good housekeeping Magazine published an article today that features more than 10,000 homes that are worth more than $500,000.
The magazine’s list is made up of homes in the New York metropolitan area that have been valued at more than twice that amount.
The most expensive of the lot, a $1.2 million home in the East Village, has a listing price of $1,967,900.
The home, which was listed for sale on Craigslist in January 2017, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
It has a lot of history, including a history of being occupied by an Irishman named John B. Foyle.
It is also the home of a member of the House of Commons who was the first member of his family to go to the United States.
The property was also used as the home for the Housewives of the United Kingdom.
The list includes a home in Chelsea, New York that has a $944,000 listing price.
That home has also been listed on Craigslist.
The owner of that home, who also goes by the name Michael L. Skelton, is a former New York City Council member who served in the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development from 1994 to 2005.
The property was listed on November 3, 2018 on the East River waterfront, which is a popular location for weddings and other gatherings.
The listing price is $3,095,000, according to the listing description.