Where Power Brokers Live: A Sneak Peek into Louise Phillips Forbes' Manhattan Home



Where Power Brokers Live: A Sneak Peek into Louise Phillips Forbes' Manhattan Home

Louise Phillips Forbes has been an agent at Halstead for nearly three decades. 

She purchased her first apartment—a classic five in an Emery Roth–designed building at 310 West End Avenue—in 1993. A dozen years later, with a husband and two young sons in tow, she combined the residence with the unit above. She admits to dishing out record prices for each, but believes that “when you buy for the right emotional reasons, it always turns out to be a great business decision, too.”

Where Power Brokers Live: A Sneak Peek into Louise Phillips Forbes' Manhattan Home
Where Power Brokers Live: A Sneak Peek into Louise Phillips Forbes' Manhattan Home
Where Power Brokers Live: A Sneak Peek into Louise Phillips Forbes' Manhattan Home
Where Power Brokers Live: A Sneak Peek into Louise Phillips Forbes' Manhattan Home

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17 Searles Road
Exquisite millwork and architectural details define this light drenched generously scaled home in the heart of the private Tokeneke Association. This gracious stone and clapboard home was designed by renowned architect Nina Cuccio-Peck and built with today's luxury lifestyle in mind. Gourmet eat-in kitchen and spacious family room open to a private stone terrace. MBR suite offers a most serene retreat with stunning lagoon water views. Living in Tokeneke offers an unparalleled lifestyle with its meandering private roads, inlets and stonewalls. It's the perfect place for your family to enjoy association lobster bakes, cocktail parties and holiday gatherings.



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