Tag: The Hobbit

Real Estate Headlines Oscars Edition

Hollywood’s annual night to honor itself has come and gone. There were some surprises, but some winners were expected. As awards season comes to a close, we’re dedicated this week’s real estate to headlines to feature home related stories from the 2013 Oscar nominees:

Real Estate Headlines Golden Globes Addition

Last night the stars were out in full effect at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Coldwell Banker rolled out its #BlueCarpet strategy with an ad on the awards show so we thought we’d dedicate our weekly real estate headlines post on some of the incredible homes in the nominated TV shows and movies from last night’s Golden Globes.

The Coldwell Banker Blue Matter 2012 Year in Review

Before 2013 comes to stay for 365 days, we wanted to look at what were the most viewed topics and content on our blog for 2012. The results are eclectic to say the least. Here are the the top 10 posts on Coldwell Banker Blue Matter for 2012:

In Case you Missed It – Homes for Hobbits and Elves

Of all the magical villages and places we saw in the earlier films and that we’re sure to see again in “The Hobbit”, we really like ‘The Shire’ and the Elven land of ‘Rivendell’. In fact, we think those communities and homes are so great that we even did some research and wrote about each.

Homes for ‘The Hobbit’ – Rivendell

So lets take a look at the village Hobbits and other free Middle Earthlings love to go to when they need a little rest and relaxation – Rivendell.

Homes for ‘The Hobbit’ – The Shire

Part of the magic of the Lord of the Rings films can be credited to how magical and beautiful the Director made “Middle-Earth” look. Besides the lush green fields and mountains, some of the homes and villages were very, very awesome. So to commemorate the soon to start “The Hobbit” trilogy, we’ll dedicate our own series of blog posts looking at some of the homes you’ll see featured in the movies. To start, let’s head over to a tight-knit community where their homes literally have deep roots.