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Our Wonderful Backyard  By Dave Wagenblatt One of the most wonderful things about living at Grand Lake, OK is our backyard. Actually our backyard is Grand Lake, OK.  From our deck, we look east from Monkey Island across the main lake toward

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Angelina Jolie Pitt’s Childhood Home Lists for $2 Million

A childhood home of actress Angelina Jolie Pitt is listing for $2.049 million, according to real-estate agent Richard Ellis of Ellis Sotheby’s International Realty. The four-bedroom midcentury modern measures about 4,000 square feet, and sits on roughly 2 acres on the aptly named Woods Road in the rural enclave of Snedens Landing in Rockland County, New York, according to Mr. Ellis, who is listing the property with Brandon Wagner, also of Ellis Sotheby’s.


Moshe Silagi Sells 24-Property Portfolio for $224 Million

An Israeli immigrant who built a vast real-estate empire after moving to the U.S. in 1976 has sold a 24-property portfolio in 12 states to a venture of Northstar Commercial Partners and ALTO Real Estate funds for $224 million. Moshe Silagi, 69 years old, said he is greatly reducing his property holdings as part of his plan to “be debt free and enjoy life.” He also made big portfolio sales in 1998 and 2007 and estimates that over his career he has sold $1 billion worth of property.

A History of Pensacola Dam “World’s Longest Multiple Arch Dam” By Rusty Fleming, Former Publisher, The Chronicle of Grand Lake In over 60 years, our beautiful Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees has never looked better. The rapidly expanding shoreline development, yacht clubs, marinas, luxury resorts and golf courses were but a gleam in the eye of visionaries back in
Place That’s All About the Lake Havens | Grove, Okla. Published in the New York Times A Place That’s All About the Lake Published: December 19, 2008W. C. FIELDS, whose position on water was that he never touched the stuff, would feel supremely left out at Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees, which covers 46,500 acres north, south and west