Stepping into the Upstate Down storefront on East Market Street in Rhinebeck is more like stepping into your smartest friend’s house, not a real estate brokerage firm.
A carpeted front window in the listings of homes is replaced by an airy entryway, white open shelves featuring purchases ranging from vintage wooden bowls and plush pillows to kitchen accessories. Further back, the business of buying and selling becomes known, but barely – isolated plans of houses available for sale or for rent adorn the gallery walls in gilded frames, an arrangement that resembles more to a decor than a sales pitch.
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