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Each week, executive producer of Open House Marni Kupfer will select her favorite property from the show. This week’s pick is an amazing glass house in Montecito, California. Marni says,"The architecture and design of this house is done so well that you cannot tell where the interior ends and the exterior begins. This home is truly a work of art and a must see." For more information on this property, please contact Westside Estate Agency broker Steve Hermann at 323-868-6600 and Sotheby's broker Suzanne Perkins at 805-565-8643. View the listing.

This episode of Open House was hosted from 173 Perry St., New York, NY. For more information on this property, please contact Laura Lavergne or Toni Haber of Prudential Douglas Elliman at 212-891-7702 or 212-891-7241. View the listing.

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The Hunt: Empty Nesters Looking To Buy

John Farr and his broker Wendy Sarasohn are on the hunt! John and his wife Olivia are going to be empty nesters and are looking for a three-bedroom. He likes the prewar traditional style and she likes amenities. They have four children and want enough space for all of the kids to stay over. First ,they see 400 E 52nd St. For more information on this property please contact Wendy Sarasohn or Doug Eichman of the Corcoran Group at 212-836-1042 or 212-605-9206. View the listing. Then, they head downtown to 622 Greenwich St. For more information on this property please contact Wendy Sarasohn, Daren Herzberg or Brian Babst of the Corcoran Group at 212-836-1042, 212-539-4990 or 212-937-1989. View the listing.

This episode of Open House was hosted from 322 E 57th St. For more information on this property please contact Maria Torresy or Janet Chung of Brown Harris Stevens at 212-906-9317 and 212-906-9377. View the listing.

Ultimate Luxury in This Downtown Duplex

This downtown prewar duplex is located in the heart of the West Village. Three bedrooms on the main floor and a massive master suite upstairs make this newly renovated apartment impossible to pass up. Plus, there's a wrap around terrace that's accessible from nearly every room and two large entertaining terraces. For more information on this property, please contact Melanie Lazenby or Dina Lewis of Prudential Douglas Elliman at 212-727-6131 or 212-727-6129. View the listing.

This episode of Open House was hosted from 146 West 57th Street, New York, NY. For more information on this property please contact Halstead Property broker Renee M. Fishman at 212-381-2392. View the listing.

More Photos and Videos

First, meet two empty nesters looking to buy a three-bedroom home that would be suitable for their four children to visit. Watch as the couple go on the hunt (See video below). Next, go inside a spacious prewar duplex in the heart of West Village in New York City with a spectacular wraparound terrace (Watch video below). Then, New York Based designer Michael Rosenberg takes us inside one of his luxurious Windy City projects in the Palmolive Building (Watch video below). Later, designer Steve Hermann takes us through The Glass Pavillion," an architectural modern estate he created in Montecito (Watch video above). Finally, watch as one well-deserving teacher gets the home makeover of her life as George and his crew of handymen come to the rescue.

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This episode of Open House was hosted from 173 Perry St., New York, NY. For more information on this property, please contact Laura Lavergne or Toni Haber of Prudential Douglas Elliman at 212-891-7702 or 212-891-7241. View the listing.

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