New York Times, December 2, 2016
On the Market in the New York Region
"Bayville House • $1,200,000 • NASSAU• 10 Mountain Avenue
A five-bedroom four-bath gated and renovated 1938 house, with three fireplaces, front and back staircases, a finished basement, a bluestone terrace and a two-car garage, on a 0.35-acre lot. Cottie Maxwell Pournaras, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty (516) 857-3011"
Newsday, August 26, 2016
Peek into Badgley and Mischka’s Oyster Bay Cove house for sale
Photo Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa
"...It was last Christmas when their Realtor, Cottie Maxwell Pournaras, an associate broker at Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, implored them to visit the house. They agreed to see it despite a harried schedule, and bought it pretty much on the spot. “Within three hours, we had a deal,” says Mischka.
Pournaras says that the men’s last home, a “magical” carriage house..."
Newsday, July 28, 2016
Oyster Bay Cove carriage house lists for $2.299M
Photo Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty
"...This 1907 carriage house in Oyster Bay Cove, listed for $2.299 million, combines romanticism from its past with modern elements incorporated by the architect who currently lives there.
The home, originally part of a 98-acre estate known as Ontare, has been fully renovated but still “takes you back to a different era,” says listing agent Cottie Maxwell-Pournaras of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty...."
Newsday, January 21, 2016
Living in: Upper Brookville, a ‘tranquil’ North Shore village
Photo Credit: Daniel Goodrich
"...The village has gone to great lengths to preserve that quality of life and the character of the community, says agent Cottie Maxwell Pournaras of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, enacting strict zoning laws that regulate everything from the size of the properties to which trees homeowners can remove.
There’s a great variety of homes on the market in Upper Brookville right now, Maxwell says. She’s currently showing everything from Colonials and Contemporaries to a Midcentury Modern home — even a five-acre horse farm and a 40-acre estate..."