With undeniably the best view in Whistler, this spectacular home has been designed to capture all of the panoramic lake and mountain views. Located on the exclusive and private Mountainview Drive, this home features 5 bedrooms and a recreational/media room. The Eclipse doors off the living area extend your dining/living area onto the spacious sundeck.The quality finishing throughout, custom designed kitchen, the great entertaining space with high vaulted ceilings, irrigated garden, private hot tub are just some of the features. Call today for more detailed information.
Enjoy all of the benefits of quarter ownership for less than 1/4 of the price. With 13 weeks of personal use or rental per year, come and enjoy your recreational home on the slopes of Blackcomb Mountain. Ski home at the end of the day and enjoy a swim in the heated outdoor pool, relax in the outdoor hot tub or gather in the owner's lounge with a game of pool or a movie. This fully equipped one bedroom is located on the front of the Lodge. The monthly fee includes property taxes, strata fees, TW fees, utilities, repairs/maintenance, building & contents insurance
Enjoy all of the benefits of quarter ownership for less than 1/4 of the price. With 13 weeks of personal use or rental per year, come and enjoy your recreational home on the slopes of Blackcomb Mountain. Ski home at the end of the day and enjoy a swim in the heated outdoor pool, relax in the outdoor hot tub or gather in the owner's lounge with a game of pool or a movie. This fully equipped one bedroom is located on the front of the Lodge. The monthly fee includes property taxes, strata fees, TW fees, utilities, repairs/maintenance, building & contents insurance.
5450 Stonebridge Drive, Whistler -There are few properties like this one. You will feel like you are on top of the world as you look all around. Lot 13 in Stonebridge offers a rare 360 degree view of Blackcomb, Mt. Currie and both Alta and Green lake. At over 13 acres, the options for your estate are endless, but any plan should include a grand terrace as this property is bathed in sun throughout the day.
Rise above the rest with this High Point property. Enjoy striking views of Whistler Peak and Alta Lake from the expansive patio or step inside your timber frame construction home for 5000 square feet of alpine indulgence. Sleek and sophisticated finishes are found throughout the 4 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, gourmet kitchen and grand room. Added features include a steam shower, outdoor fireplace, hot tub and a secondary living space.
Exceptional waterfront estate designed by Brent Murdoch and built by Glen LynskeyTake in panoramic views of Alta Lake while you entertain in the gourmet kitchen or step outside to a 1500 square foot deck of flamed basalt stone tile with seamless glass railings. An integrated AV system brings surround sound to the space; alongside a 50" Samsung LED TV's. Stairs leading up seem suspended, as you head to the master suite and additional bedrooms. Walk down or step into the elevator to go to the lowest level where the media room and pool table are accented by a stunning 500-bottle wine cellar. Enjoy geothermal heating with in-floor radiant, forced air and air conditioning.Remote access to the heating and Lutron lighting controls is perfect for part-time residents. Lying along Alta Lake and among cedars and stately Douglas Firs, this property offers perfect sunset views of both Sproat and Rainbow mountains. Relax in the covered hot tub, or enjoy direct lake access from your private 60-foot dock.
Log house on 180 acres of forested wilderness with small lake, in beautiful Rocky Mountains of BC, Canada! Located in Crescent Spur, Robson Valley, Between Jasper, Alberta and Prince George, British Columbia, off Yellowhead Highway 16. Impossible to find first-growth Ancient Cedar Forest with mature spruce, birch, cottonwood, balsam and Douglas Firs. Outstanding views of several Parks and many mountains along the FraserRiver that has a salmon run. Extensive hiking trails throughout property, rich with wildlife. The residence offers seclusion, privacy, and spectacular scenery, yet with all the conveniences of modern living including: all-season-government-maintained public road, propane furnace, electricity, phone, septic, passenger train, and school bus. Household water is provided by a licensed spring, a creek runs through the property, and a large garden and small apple orchard provide household foods. Diverse landscape features, private rural setting, marketable timber, services, and immediate proximity to wildlife, wilderness, and other recreational opportunities. The third largest mountain in the region mirrors on your lake and the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies is a short drive. $825,000US $849,000CAD
A NOT-TO-BE-MISSED OPPORTUNITY Inspired Italianate architecture combines with designer decor to create a one-of-a-kind home, a residence of exceptional quality, one of the signature homes defining Niagara?s trendy development know as ?The Village? No matter where you look throughout the home you will find only the finest of finishes and unique trim detail, nothing has been left to chance, perfection is everywhere. The welcoming foyer opens to the grand salon where soaring ceilings and dramatic windows frame the impressive Valor gas fireplace and marble surround. Certain to inspire, the kitchen has an abundance of cupboards, a pantry and island ?black ice? granite counters and a full appliance package. Walk-out to the deck, and relax in the private patio gardens. Currently used as a games room, there is potential for a main floor bedroom with full ensuite bath but upstairs you will find the king-sized master suite including spa bath, dressing room, and lounge retreat. Stroll the minstrel gallery; relax in the library or walk out to the deck from which you will enjoy spectacular vineyard and sunset views. Take the elevator to the lower level where you will find the ideal set up for an in-home office, the perfect teen hideaway, or extended family quarters. There are two bedrooms, bath, sauna, exercise room, and spacious recreation / games room with adjoining hospitality centre. This exceptional five bedroom, five bath home is defined by its understated elegance and includes the extras and upgrades you would expect in a luxury residence offering the discriminating buyer a rare opportunity that should not be missed! This property is being marketed by Doug Rempel, Sales Representative, the broker is Sally McGarr Realty Corp., Brokerage. You can contact this agent via Homes & Land using the email link.Property: House (Resale) Bedrooms: N/A Bathrooms: N/A Receptions: N/A (www.holprop.com - ad: CA4644637)
A NOT-TO-BE-MISSED OPPORTUNITY Inspired Italianate architecture combines with designer decor to create a one-of-a-kind home, a residence of exceptional quality, one of the signature homes defining Niagara?s trendy development know as ?The Village? No matter where you look throughout the home you will find only the finest of finishes and unique trim detail, nothing has been left to chance, perfection is everywhere. The welcoming foyer opens to the grand salon where soaring ceilings and dramatic windows frame the impressive Valor gas fireplace and marble surround. Certain to inspire, the kitchen has an abundance of cupboards, a pantry and island ?black ice? granite counters and a full appliance package. Walk-out to the deck, and relax in the private patio gardens. Currently used as a games room, there is potential for a main floor bedroom with full ensuite bath but upstairs you will find the king-sized master suite including spa bath, dressing room, and lounge retreat. Stroll the minstrel gallery; relax in the library or walk out to the deck from which you will enjoy spectacular vineyard and sunset views. Take the elevator to the lower level where you will find the ideal set up for an in-home office, the perfect teen hideaway, or extended family quarters. There are two bedrooms, bath, sauna, exercise room, and spacious recreation / games room with adjoining hospitality centre. This exceptional five bedroom, five bath home is defined by its understated elegance and includes the extras and upgrades you would expect in a luxury residence offering the discriminating buyer a rare opportunity that should not be missed! This property is being marketed by Doug Rempel, Sales Representative, the broker is Sally McGarr Realty Corp., Brokerage. You can contact this agent via Homes & Land using the email link.Property: House (Resale) Bedrooms: N/A Bathrooms: N/A Receptions: N/A (www.holprop.com - ad: CA4643109)
Backs Onto Park Incredible home in O'Brien Lake. RV parking (room for an RV and a boat) and room for 3 cars side by side. Spacious entry way with tile. Beautiful dark laminate flooring and dark kitchen cabinets with huge corner pantry and stainless appliances. Bright den/office area, 3 bedrooms incuding a huge master bedroom with big walk-in closet and full esnuite with a deep jetted tub w/accent pillars, 4 foot shower, and his and hers sinks. Gas fireplace in living room, extra wide stairways, 12x20 deck with aliminum railings w/ glass inserts. Walk out basement to a fully fenced and landscaped yard backing on to a park with children's playground. Insulated garage measures 22x24 and comes with heater. Close to schools and recreational facilities and is located on a road that is one of the first to get cleared in the winter. This home is in Immaculate condition. This property is being marketed by Sheldon Swain, the broker is Sutton Group Grande Prairie Professionals. You can contact this agent via Homes & Land using the email link.Property: House (Resale) Bedrooms: N/A Bathrooms: N/A Receptions: N/A (www.holprop.com - ad: CA4644251)
GREAT COUNTRY HOME 1500 PLUS SQUARE FOOT 3 BEDROOM BRICK BUNGALOW WITH ATTACHED DOUBLE GARAGE ON OUTSKIRTS OF MADOC. KID FRIENDLY LEVEL YARD WITH ON GROUND POOL AND PATIO AREA. HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT MAIN LEVEL AND FEATURES 3 BEDROOMS INCLUDING MASTER WITH 2 PIECE ENSUITE AND OPEN CONCEPT LIVING ROOM/DINING ROOM AREA. FULLY FINISHED BASEMENT WITH SPACIOUS RECREATION ROOM WITH WOOD STOVE PLUS PLAY AREA FOR KIDS. 1.4 ACRE LOT WITH MATURE TREES AND PERENNIAL GARDENS. 2 MILES FROM MADOC AND SPLASH PAD/SKATE PARK. CLOSE ACCESS TO MOIRA LAKE AND HASTINGS HERITAGE TRAIL. FRIDGE, STOVE, DISHWASHER, FREEZER ALL INCLUDED. QUICK CLOSING OK. CALL FOR YOUR VIEWING TODAY! This property is being marketed by Bob & Steve Bancroft, Broker & Sales Rep, the broker is Century 21 Lanthorn Real Estate Ltd Madoc Brokerage. You can contact this agent via Homes & Land using the email link.Property: House (Resale) Bedrooms: N/A Bathrooms: N/A Receptions: N/A (www.holprop.com - ad: CA4772115)
WALK TO THE LAKE!! LOCATION! LOCATION! WALK TO THE LAKE! Beautifully updated family home in prestigious north end St. Catharines ? only a minutes walk from Lake Ontario and waterfront trails. The open concept layout is perfect for entertaining! The updated kitchen includes gas stove, stainless steel appliances and 2 separate breakfast bar locations. Bright, sunken living room has large bay window, and dining room walks out to beautiful sunroom with sliding doors on either side. Fully fenced in yard is one of the largest on the street. Beautiful new hardwood floors on main level. Refinished hardwood upstairs. Updated bathroom includes jacuzzi tub, above counter sink and stone tile. Large master bedroom with 2 windows and 2 closets. Custom built in shelves in 2nd bedroom. Lower level boasts a large, open and bright family room and office. Additional large recreation room in lower level (perfect play room for kids). Lots of space for the entire family! New furnace & Air Conditioner 2011. New Roof 2010. Newer windows throughout. Nothing to do but move in! This property is being marketed by Angela McMillan, Sales Representative, the broker is Sally McGarr Realty Corp. Brokerage. You can contact this agent via Homes & Land using the email link.Property: House (Resale) Bedrooms: N/A Bathrooms: N/A Receptions: N/A (www.holprop.com - ad: CA4849804)
Just Listed - McKenzie Lake! Location, Location Location! This fully finished 4 + 1 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom family home is located on a very quiet street in Mountain Park (in McKenzie Lake) with a large West facing backyard. This home is within easy walking distance of McKenzie Lake and the Elementary School, a perfect location for families with kids! The main floor features real hardwood and tile flooring throughout, as well as oak trim and railings. A vaulted ceiling runs through the main entrance area, and formal living and dining rooms. The quality oak kitchen has an island and a breakfast nook as well as a back door leading to the large backyard. The sunken family room has a brick-surround wood burning fireplace with oak built-ins on either side. There is a dry bar area which is great for entertaining. The main floor is completed by the 2piece guest bathroom, and enormous laundry room with plenty of storage and a sink. Upstairs there are 4 generous bedrooms and 2 full baths- perfect for large families! The master bedroom has a wall of closets and an enormous ensuite bath with jetted tub, stand up shower, and extended vanity with marble countertop. The fully finished basement has a large bedroom/den, 3 piece bathroom, second den/office area, plenty of storage, as well as a large recreation room with plenty of room for a pool table (negotiable in the sale!). The large West facing backyard has a two tier deck, and loads of trees for privacy, and grass space for the kids and dog. The double attached garage is oversized, and there is plenty of extra parking on the driveway and street out front. C3506544 $489,900 This property is being marketed by Frances Dares, the broker is RE/MAX House of Real Estate (54 Ave). You can contact this agent via Homes & Land using the email link.Property: House (Resale) Bedrooms: N/A Bathrooms: N/A Receptions: N/A (www.holprop.com - ad: CA4771932)
DOWNTOWN! WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO LAKE, SHOPS AND MOST AMENITIES. GRACIOUS 2 STOREY FEATURES HARDWOOD FLOORS, OPEN CONCEPT KITCHEN AND GREAT ROOM WITH 2-WAY GAS FIREPLACE, WALKOUT TO DECK WHICH OVERLOOKS INGROUND HEATED POOL AND CABANA, EXTENSIVE PROFESSIONALLY LANDSCAPED GROUNDS WITH STONE PATIO AND WALKWAYS. FINISHED LOWER LEVEL MEDIA ROOM, RECREATION ROOM AND BATHROOM. MASTER SUITE WITH AMPLE CLOSETS, ENSUITE WITH JETTED TUB, SEPARATE SHOWER AND DOUBLE SINKS. SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM AND DINING ROOM. FEATURES KITCHEN WITH CORIAN COUNTERS, STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, CENTRAL AIR, POOL EQUIPMENT, WINDOW BLINDS, GARAGE DOOR OPENER. IDEAL LOCATION FOR COMMUTERS, NEAR QEW, GO STATION. This property is being marketed by Marg Morren, Sales Representative, the broker is RE/MAX Garden City Realty Inc., Brokerage. You can contact this agent via Homes & Land using the email link.Property: House (Resale) Bedrooms: N/A Bathrooms: N/A Receptions: N/A (www.holprop.com - ad: CA4849549)
SPRING IS SENSATIONAL IN SUMMERSIDE! Beautiful 2708sqft 2 storey, is minutes from walking trails, lake, beach, & recreation facilities of Summerside. Throughout this home you'll find 9ft & coffered ceilings, hardwood & granite (no carpet)! The open & spacious layout includes the gorgeous formal dining rm/den, main floor laundry & 1/2 bath. The magnificent kitchen has tons of cinnamon stained maple cabinetry, ivory granite, quality stainless steel appliances, a huge island w/eating bar & walk thru pantry. Eliminate all odors in your very own 2nd kitchen designed for the chef in the family! Loads of windows in the large dining nook & family rm w/fireplace which overlooks the fenced & landscaped yard w/concrete patio. The iron spindle staircase takes you up to the huge bonus rm w/vaulted ceiling & lot's of sunlight. The 3 spacious bdrms all have attached bathrooms & walk in closets! The luxurious owner's suite boasts a separate shower & jacuzzi. This home has been fully upgraded w/top of the line materials. $584,800 This property is being marketed by Mani Bagga, the broker is Royal LePage Noralta Real Estate South. You can contact this agent via Homes & Land using the email link.Property: House (Resale) Bedrooms: N/A Bathrooms: N/A Receptions: N/A (www.holprop.com - ad: CA4771530)
#304 7922 Okanagan Landing Road $339,900 Luxurious Mediterranean villas overlooking Okanagan Lake. This 2 bedroom + den, 2 bath townhome is equipped with geothermal heating & cooling, gleaming wood floors, quality granite counters, stainless steel kitchen appliances plus a two sided fireplace between the living room and the master bedroom. Enjoy the panoramic Okanagan lake and mountain views from your good sized private deck. Secured underground parking with 2 parking stalls, beautifully landscaped grounds with rock walls featuring a waterfall & pond next to the fully equipped fitness center, inground pool and all seasons hot tub. Separate storage facilities for each unit on site as well. Fabulous resort recreational property - just lock and go!
Better Than New Custom West Shore Home! Better than new Custom West Shore home! Situated on a private drive in a small enclave of 3 family homes this property features 4 bedrooms & 4 bathrooms including a totally separate 1 bedrooms inlaw/nanny suite (with its own laundry), an open concept floor plan boasting a gourmet kitchen with entertainment size island & stainless steel appliances, crown moldings, custom tile work, great recreation/games room on the upper floor, 2 car garage with sink and 220 power and plenty of storage. All this in a great location, 20 minutes from Downtown, close to all levels of schools, Glen Lake, world class golf, recreation, all amenities, great shopping and all the West Shore has to offer. Floor plan and Virtual Tour available. Call for more details or to arrange your private viewing. Great value in today?s Market!
Opportunity for Residence,Revenue & Recreation This Beautiful BC opportuity is Idyllic lakeside retreat. Secluded, quiet and lush with over 300' of picturesque shoreline, makes this one of the most desirable properties on Salt Spring Island. Taking advantage of the CA 3 commercial accommodation zoning are five solid, fully-furnished and well-equipped cabins, all including kitchenettes, stove & fridge,beds, linens, private bathrooms and decks with views to lake. The main home has a practical, open design living area, with in-law suite down, also enjoying stunning views of the sweeping grounds and lake. Two docks make fishing, boating and swimming easy to enjoy. The perfect mix of residence, revenue and recreation, make this a very unique and amazing lifestyle opportunity. SALT SPRING ISLAND BC!
UPPER CAMPBELL LAKE LAKEFRONT Very unique lakefront property located just south of Strathcona Park Lodge on Upper Campbell Lake with a well constructed, 2 year old 1300sqft 3-bedroom home with a metal roof & wood siding plus an additional 1-bedroom cabin, both situated to enjoy the privacy of this incredible lakefront location. The property has a blended shoreline with a mixed slope from fairly gentle to steep. Road access directly from the Gold River highway makes this a very private & convenient recreational get-a-way or full time residential paradise. Lakefront & lake view properties in this area are rarely offered for sale. The lake has great fishing & windsurfing & the area has lots of trails for hiking, logging roads for off road activities, as well as access to other little lakes in the region to explore. Raw beauty & pristine wilderness less than 4 hours from the booming metropolises of Vancouver or Victoria make Campbell River one of the most desirable destinations in British Columbia.
ZUG-OBERWIL AT ITS BEST. NEW, MODERN AND LARGE VILLA AT VERY PLEASANT LOCATION WITH EXTRAORDINARY LAKE VIEW AND INTO THE DISTANCE. A REAL PERLE. ONLY FIVE (!) MINUTES DRIVE TO THE CENTRE OF ZUG, ALONG THE LAKE. \n\n\nThere are two villas in construction. Both will be completed at the same time: end of May 2013. Situation now, middle of February: outside finish of both villas. \n\nThe villa for sale is the ideal home base for people with a contrasting living and working concept. But also taylor made for a family with children. \n\nNot far from ZUG CENTRE, the property offers special and comfortable features. The plot is ideally located above the lake of Zug where it is well sunned. An outstanding view belongs to you - for ever. \n\nLarge window panes dominate the facade of the villa. The over 300 sqm living area are also convincingly divided into a functional manner, offering highest living standards with great flexibility. \n\nThe house front opens itself from a large, glassed area onto a spacious terrace - also on the level of bedrooms. The lake lies at your feet. \n\nThe lovely bathing area "Trubikon", a paradise for young and old, is merely approx. 4 minutes walk away. Or for a quick dip in the lake, a "stairway to water", used by the neighbour residents, is a stone throw away. \n\nThe villa is or would also be perfect for combining living and working. \n\n- 5 minutes drive to Zug City.\n- Starting point for recreational activities: jogging, biking etc.\n- Outstanding lake view.\n- Total living area: min. 300 sqm\n- Approx. 150 sqm secondary room space, heated, for a wide range of usages.\n- Very large recreation room.\n- Geothermal heating.\n- Passenger lift to all floors.\n- Ready for inhabitation: end of May 2013.\n- Suggested price: around CHF 6 Mio. \n\nUNWEIT DAVON ATTRAKTIVES BAULAND MIT EINMALIGER SEESICHT, UNVERBAUBAR: 1245 m2 MIT PROJEKTSKIZZE. PREIS AUF ANFRAGE. DAS LAND WIRD NICHT ÖFFENTLICH ANGEBOTE! GELEGENHEIT! MEHR DAZU MÜNDLICH. KONTAKTIEREN SIE UNS NOCH HEUTE. ES LOHNT SICH.\n\nJust call for more information or for a viewing: 041-769 77 57. www.maxmore.ch
Property for sale in Var Var Alpes-Cote d`Azur FranceThe Development Type: 2-bedroom end of terrace villa Apartment price: 218,000 excl.VAT (Furniture included) Rental income: 9,007 excl.VAT per annum Personal stays: 3 weeks Lease length: 9 years (started in March 2009) Delivery date: March 2009 Facilities: indoor and outdoor pool, steam room, spa, sauna, fitness centre, children's pool, reception, restaurant, volleyball and tennis courts. This holiday village in Provence is truly an idyllic setting which offers magnificent views of the highest mountains of l'Esterel to the Mont Vinaigre through the ancient villages of Callian and Montauroux, perched on hilltops. The residence located in Fayence offers numerous attractions in the region including Claux Amic Golf Club and Riviera Golf Club. The residence is only 3km away from the village. The residence offers a restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner; a poolside bar and a bar/lounge. Recreational amenities include a children's pool, a spa tub, a sauna, a fitness facility, and a steam room. The property's full-service health spa has massage/treatment rooms and beauty services. The villa comprises as follow: 1st Floor: entrance, toilet, cellar, open plan equipped kitchen and sitting room leading to large of terrace 2nd Floor: bedroom 1 with fitted wardrobe, bathroom with bath tub, fitted wardrobe/storage, toilet and bedroom 2 with fitted wardrobe The end of terrace is south facing and offers continuous views towards the garden... The Location Fayence is a small medieval village perched in the Var hinterland, Fayence in a unique position between sea and mountains, 30 km from the beach. The charm of its streets and its old inns welcoming atmosphere will appeal to lovers of Provence. A 15 km, in the heart of the Esterel Massif, Lake St. Cassian is a gem whose banks were built in small creeks to the delight of swimmers. Gliding (Fayence is the first European center for gliding courses and competitions which are organized with the International Open Glider), sports (tennis, pool, spa, wading pool), golf (two 18-hole) , water activities on Lake St Cassian (swimming, windsurfing, fishing ...), riding, hiking (250 km of marked trails). Access By Car : Toulon 120 km By Train : Saint-Raphaël station is 37 km By Plane: Nice Côte d'Azur airport 50 km For more information please contact us using the email link. (www.holprop.com - ad: FR4893222)
Property for sale in Haute-Savoie Haute-Savoie Rhone-Alpes FranceThe Development Type: 4 bed chalets Property price: from 442,308 excl.VAT (Furniture and Parking included) Yield: 4.5% excl.VAT Lease length: 9 years Personal usage: Yes, Conditions apply Delivery date: 4th quarter 2011 Facilities: outdoor and indoor heated swimming-pool, whirlpool bath, a « Spa et Bien être » area, sauna, steam room, fitness centre and also a laundry, a bicycle area and seminar rooms. The development is located in the heart of the resort of Les Gets in Portes du Soleil ski domain. Situated minutes walk to the piste and ski lifts is the brand new 4-star development in les Gets. It has the Savoyard style architecture with modern equipments and numerous facilities for relaxation. The residence has an extensive reception. Some of the exclusive facilities include Spa area, indoor heated swimming pool, steam room, sauna, gym, pampering area as well as seminar rooms. The apartments are fully-furnished & equipped on the advice of a renowned interior designer. Some of the qualities include the choice of prime material, extensive living surfaces, fully equipped kitchens, Internet access as well as the bay windows and private terraces offering stunning panoramic views. Semi detached Chalet Price details: incl. Garage -4-bedroom (4 double bedrooms, sleep 10, 70.68 sqm): from 442,308 The Location Situated between Lake Geneva and the Mont-Blanc, in the heart of the immensity of the Portes du Soleil ski domain, discover the village resort of Les Gets (1172 - 2002 m) : a charming village dating from the 11th century which has preserved over the years its character of small mountain village typically Savoyard. The Portes du Soleil domain: 650 km of great skiing! This ski domain, one of the most varied in the world extends over 12 village resorts of which Les Gets, Avoriaz, Morzine... An immense area for gliding with never-ending ski runs: 650 km of great skiing and emotion between France and Switzerland. Welcome to the skiers' paradise! With 266 pistes, 10 snow parks spread out on various resorts and exceptional snow coverage throughout the season, even the most demanding have all they wish for. Les Gets Après Ski Après in Les Gets is generally centered on the various hotel bars and restaurants with many guests going to the cinema, ice skating or bowling after the lifts close. Amongst the more lively bars are the Canadian Bar, the Irish Pub, the Bar bush and the Copeaux. There is one nightclub, The Igloo. In winter... > Sports involving sliding or gliding > Mountain hiking and snowshoeing and also dog sledding, snowmobile, cross country skiing... > The Sarre farm, the Milka mauve piste for the children to get their fill of recreational activities > Sledging and ice-skating to discover the pleasures of gliding at all ages ...In summer > 800 km of pedestrian footpaths for the lovers of nature > The paradise of mountain-biking: 650 km of mountain biking runs, 5 Bike Parks > Hot air balloon flights, micro lighting and paragliding > 18 holes golf course to drive facing the Mont Blanc! > Adventure Park: more than 86 games over 7 courses. > Lac des baignades (Swimming Lake): water slides, playgrounds and multisport area... > Acrobatic centre, « Sapaba » ceramic painting workshop, farmer apprentices, the lake ranch... Access By road: Take the A40 motorway - Cluses exit and then take the D902. By train: 22 km from the TGV station of Cluses By plane: 55km from Geneva's airport (less than 1 hour drive) 170km from Lyon St-Exupery airport (less than 2 hours drive) For more information please contact us using the email link. (www.holprop.com - ad: FR4892505)
BIG CEDAR/ NATIONAL FORREST LOCATION: LeFlore County in Southeast OK., less than 4 hrs from either Dallas or OKC, 1.5hr-Ft.Smith. Big Cedar is located between the Winding Stair Mountains(True Grit country for all you John Wayne fans) and the Kiamichi Mountains in the beautiful Kiamichi River Valley. The famous-scenic Talimena Drive is on the top of the Winding Stair just north of property. The Scenic Drive is a spectacular bypass across the top of the Ouachita Mountains, running for 54 miles from Talihina, Okla., past Queen Wilhelmina State Park to Mena, Ark.. The spot for the 1961 dedication of the Three Sticks Monument by President John F. Kennedy is just yards from the property. Several lakes, parks, equine and hiking trails in close proximity. SITE: *65 acres m/l bordered on three sides by National Forrest. *Wooded cover with a mixture of mature hardwood/pine. Trails cover the property for outdoor enjoyment. *Homestead features a beautiful well-manicured lawn, several fruit trees, shrubs, garden spot, just a delightful place to enjoy the valley in a prestine setting. * Electric, phone, well, rural water available. *State Highway frontage. *Wildlife- Deer, turkey, bear, small game. Excellent development potential for wildlife exists. *Water-Pond, well, rural water. Big Cedar Creek runs the east side of the property and empties into the Kiamichi River less than a mile south. *Minerals-surface only. *Reportedly the site of both the old stage coach route and train "tram" track cross the property. IMPROVEMENTS: *Dwelling-"A Taste of the West." The cowboy way is evident upon entering this dwelling, from the covered cedar accented porch through the branded solid-oak plank door with a "spur" knocker, rough cut wooden beams, rock fireplace and floor. The home has a 3-4 yr old metal roof, original hardwood floors, 2br-2b, a rock-waterfall shower, all just waiting for the new owner to take back to it's heyday. A very unique structure beaming with history. "If walls could talk!" *2 cabins(12X24 & 12X30) with 8'decks. Heat/ living quarters/bunks. *8X12 storage building. COMMENTS: The former home of a big screen era cowboy moviestar, this is a truly unique place. Located in one of the more beautiful spots in Oklahoma, the Kiamichi River Valley between the two most dominant mountain ranges in Oklahoma. Recreation beams with all the aforementioned local attractions. History prevails from the dwelling, stage and train routes, JFK Memorial and who knows all else. Excellent location, access, utilities, privacy. Bordered by National Forrest on three sides. Give us a call, we can't see this one being around long.
This is 2 bed, 1 full bath, 1,457 sqft Single-Family Home with large lot (Lot Size: 9,847 sqft; Subdivision: SENGS SUBD NO 2). The house has an open floor plan and is FURNISHED, decorated, comfortable, clean, and well cared, tile throughout. Outside you can enjoy the view of the palms and tropical plants. This place is located in safe and quiet neighbourhood, 10 min drive from the down town of Fort Myers, a couple of minutes drive from Highway -75, and 40 min drive from the Gulf beach. Lots of shopping centers, restaurants and many points of interest in proximity. The old city by the river has undergone renovation after renovation and is worth a look. The drive out McGregor Boulevard from downtown is unforgettable. Side roads off the Boulevard are filled with lush, tropical landscapes and beautiful old houses. The house has concrete exterior walls, has central A/C (heating - forced air unit) and is equipped with nice furniture, appliances, complete kitchenware (dishes, pots and pans, numerous small appliances), good quality linens, towels and bedding, custom window treatments, tile and carpeting. This house has attached carport for 1 car, SHOPPING, RESTAURANTS and many points of interest is a gem in the paradise! AMENITIES INCLUDE: palm trees, nicely landscaped territory; KITCHEN has plenty of CABINETS and pantry for storage, appliances; spacious DINING ROOM with table and chairs, TV, BEDROOMS with BEDS which have comfortable mattresses and nice bedding. There is a washer and dryer inside the house. This Single-Family Home located at 347 Ottumwa Avenue, Fort Myers FL. 347 Ottumwa Ave has 2 beds, 1 bath, and approximately 1,457 square feet. The property has a lot size of 9,847 sqft and was built in 1967. The average listing price for similar homes for sale is $114,319 and the average sales price for similar recently sold homes is $129,378. 347 Ottumwa Ave is in the 33905 ZIP code in Fort Myers, FL. The average price per square foot for homes for sale in 33905 is $82. See these Ft. Myers downtown River District attractions: - Burroughs Home & Gardens (2505 First Street), - City of Palms Park (2201 Edison Avenue, Box Office: (239)334-4700), - Edison Ford Winter Estate (2350 McGregor Blvd. Phone: (239)334-7419), - Fort Myers Skate Park (2277 Grand Ave. Phone: (239)275-9622), - Fort Myers Skatium (2250 Broadway, Phone: (239)461-3145), - JC Cruises (1300 Hendry St.. Phone: (239) 334-7474), - Imaginarium Hands on Museum (2000 Cranford Ave. Phone: (239)337-3332), - Southwest Florida Museum of History (2300 Peck St. Phone: (239) 332-5955), - The Butterfly Estates (1815 Fowler Street, Office: (239)690-2359), SEE the link for downtown Ft. Myers attractions: http www.downtownfortmyers.com/ Fort Myers is on the lower Gulf Coast of Florida, 125 miles south of Tampa. Positioned slightly inland of the coast and on the Caloosahatchee River, it was best known as the winter home of Thomas Edison. The city of Fort Myers is today dwarfed by its newer neighbor, Cape Coral but the metro area has kept pace. The Southwest Florida International Airport is 15 minutes southeast of the city (or 25- 30 min drive from our condo in south Ft. Myers). Eco parks abound with the Orange River area, east of Fort Myers, providing manatees and other exotics. Visitors to Fort Myers can easily tour the southwest Florida cities in the area. Cross the Cape Coral bridge to Cape Coral. North Fort Myers borders the north just across the river. Pine island lies just 30 minutes west and includes Matlacha, Bokeelia and St. James City. A 30 minute drive south will find Estero, Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel and Captiva Island. Naples is about an hour's drive south on US Highway 41 or Interstate 75. The Punta Gorda / Port Charlotte area is 30 minutes north, Englewood is a little more north (1 hr drive from Ft. Myers). This city also known as: Ft. Meyers, Fort Meyers, /Florida Things to Do in Fort Myers: Fort Myers Attractions: http attractionguide.com/fort_myers/ The Greater Fort Myers area has many attractions, ranging from sunbathing on the beach to historical sites. As anchor of Southwest Florida's Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel, Fort Myers serves as a hub for assorted areas of distinct appeal, all adding up to a Tropical Island Getaway. Fabled Sanibel and Captiva islands, with pristine white sand beaches on their gulf sides and dense mangrove forests to the east, showcase surprisingly diverse ecosystems along with North America's best shelling, great biking / hiking trails, and acre upon acre of wildlife sanctuary. In fact, Sanibel and Captiva are so eco-minded that laws prevent buildings being constructed higher than the tallest palm tree. On Estero Island, Fort Myers Beach (recognized among the "world's safest family beaches" because of its gentle slope into the gulf) is home to back bays, estuaries and lush mangrove forests for kayaking and bird-watching. Bonita Springs has freshwater fishing and shopping, and Cape Coral has a multitude of marinas, golf courses, and tennis. Crossing the bridge to Pine Island recalls days when fishing was the area's top industry. This quaint little isle, known for the "Fishingest Bridge in the U.S.A., continues as an angler's paradise. Inland, Lehigh Acres offers miles of freshwater canals, 16 well stocked lakes with great fishing, tennis, horseback riding, hiking, biking trails, and three golf courses. On the banks of the Caloosahatchee Intracoastal Waterway, Fort Myers' status as the "City of Palms" is evident with a glance down McGregor Boulevard, lined with 1,800 majestic royal palms. Rich in Old South ambiance, Fort Myers yields year-round water sports, museums, historic tours, festivals, golf, theater and nature walks. Winter resident Thomas Edison, who enticed his friend Henry Ford to settle in next door along the riverbank, once declared there is only one Fort Myers, and 90 million people are going to find out. Below is a list of some suggested things to do in the Fort Myers Metropolitan Area, with links to more details when available. - Babcock Wilderness Adventures Babcock Wilderness Adventures, operated on the 90,000-acre Crescent B Ranch in Lee and Charlotte counties, offers 90-minute tours including face-to-face thrills with Florida [removed] cattle, panthers, birds, and dozens of wild alligators lazing about in the sun near their favorite bridge. Sometimes there's also a glimpse of a white tailed deer or wild turkey. Swamp buggies cover the massive terrain, cutting through unspoiled pinewoods, fresh water marsh, and sections of Telegraph Cypress Swamp. Professional tour guides provide commentaries on raising cattle and horses and other ranch activity along with area history. Visitors are welcome to bring picnics or enjoy gator bites and other lunch fare in the Gator Shack Restaurant. From the south, take Interstate 75 new exit 143 (old exit 26) east on Route 78 to State Road 31. Go north 9 miles. (800) 500-5583 - Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum Within the Great Hall of Shells are some 30 exhibits including Gifts from the Seas of Sanibel & Captiva (displaying the most familiar seashells washed ashore on beaches and backwaters); Worldwide Shells (where a six-foot globe serves as a centerpiece for specimens from far-flung locations); and Children's Learning Lab (a play area of discovery with hands-on displays and a live creature-filled tank.) 3075 Sanibel-Captiva Road. (239) 395-6706 - Beachcombing: Where and How to Shell The Southwest Florida's Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel area with more than 100 barrier islands, and more than 50 miles of fine sand white beaches, shelter some of the world's best shelling. Nearly 400 species of multi-colored seashells found in the region range from the common scallop to the rare brown speckled junonia. Peak season for shelling is May through September. Sanibel Island is most renowned for its shelling potential, but the activity is successfully pursued all along the Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel. Captiva and Cayo Costa islands are noted for starfish, conchs and sand dollars. Seashells are often hidden just beneath the surface of sand where the surf breaks, and can be collected by wading or snorkeling along the surf line. A wide plateau of shallow water adjoins Sanibel on the south side, and the gradual slope of the gulf acts like a ramp to encourage shells to roll onto the beach especially when driven in by northwestern storm-fronts. Such storms are common in December and January when cold fronts pass through. While there's never a bad time to shell, optimum collecting occurs in early morning, low tide, and after storms. - Boca Grande Boca Grande, a turn-of-the-century outpost on Gasparilla Island, and a short boat ride from Captiva or Pine Island, is also known as the Tarpon Capital of the World. According to lore, infamous pirate Jose Gaspar lived on this 7-mile-long barrier island first inhabited by Calusa Indians. By the late 1870s, the Charlotte Harbor area had several fish ranches, one later in the village of Gasparilla. Fishermen, many Spanish or Cuban, salted down huge catches of mullet for shipment to Havana and other markets. In the 20s, the Du Ponts, Astors, Morgans, Vanderbilts, and other moneyed folk arrived, seeking places in the sun for their winter social season. Apart from parties, another attraction was world-class tarpon fishing. Prominent anglers still visit, including the presidential Bush families. Among historical highlights are the Gasparilla Inn, run down by 1930 when it was purchased by Barron G. Collier, for whom neighboring Collier County is named. The Inn, with its 18-hole golf course and beach club, is again a hub of seasonal social activity and one of the island's largest employers. The rail depot, restored in the 1970s, is occupied by shops and the Loose Caboose Restaurant, and the rail bed has been transformed into a popular bike path. - Boston Red Socks Spring Training Boston Red Sox spring training and Red Sox Grapefruit League action unfolds at City of Palms Park in Fort Myers. 2201 Edison Avenue. (239) 334-4700 - Burroughs Home Built in 1901, along the banks of the Caloosahatchee River in historic downtown Fort Myers, the Burroughs Home is a Georgian Revival structure on two acres of oak-shaded lawn. Its architectural significance rests on location as well as on design excellence and workmanship. Use of this formal architecture style is significant because the Burroughs project set standards and made a statement of wealth and social position. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, its nomination form noted that the house also constitutes one of the first and few remaining large stately winter residences built during the early 20th century, so instrumental in transforming Fort Myers from a "rugged frontier cow town to a fashionable winter resort." 2505 First Street. (239) 332-5955 - Cabbage Key Accessible only by boat, helicopter or seaplane is Cabbage Key, touted as the inspiration for Jimmy Buffett's Cheeseburger in Paradise. There are no cars here, not even a paved road. The main house, now the Cabbage Key Inn and Restaurant, was built in the 1930's by the family of playwright/novelist Mary Roberts Rinehart. The building sits atop an Indian shell mound and the view is captivating. Regularly scheduled boats run daily from Pine Island, Captiva and Punta Gorda. Remote and self-reliant, Cabbage Key nightlife is usually defined by pleasantry in the Dollar Bill Bar, where thousands upon thousands are taped on walls by appreciative patrons John F. Kennedy Jr. once added his and later given to charity. The restaurant, with no microwave on premises, will cook fresh catch for patrons who do their own gutting and cleaning. One way to get there for burgers with or without cheese is to head for the north end of Pine Island to board the Tropic Star for a full-day, narrated nature cruise. Lunch on Cabbage Key is followed by shelling and swimming afterward on Cayo Costa. Mile Marker 60. (239) 283-2278 - Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium Southwest Florida history comes to life at the 105-acre Calusa Nature Center and planetarium, which has a museum, nature trails, planetarium, aviary, gift shop and a place for picnics. Daily programs allow close-up views of resident creatures, including snakes, alligators, and crocodiles. Various amphibians and arthropods also wait. Interpretive displays address issues from water resources to plight of the manatee. 3450 Ortiz Avenue. (239) 275-3435 - Eden Vineyards and Winery About 10 miles east of Fort Myers near Alva is Florida's oldest winery and vineyard. The 20-year-old Eden Vineyards & Winery began as a sort of science project, developing over the decades through persistence from three generations of the Kiser family. In 1986, Eden Vineyards became the southernmost federally licensed, bonded winery and vineyards in the U.S. Among six wines, sold on site and at Florida retail stores and restaurants, are Lake Emerald (extremely dry with a ripe fruit under body), Alva Rouge (Mildred Kiser's spaghetti wine), Alva White (crisp, yet fruity for sipping), Coral Bell (Florida's version of a California Blush), Eden Stars (made from carambola, sometimes called starfruit) and Eden Spice (brimming with exotic flavors). Tastings are conducted in the winery reception room, open daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 19709 Little Lane, Alva. (239) 728-9463. - Edison & Ford Winter Estates Among Fort Myers' most treasured attractions are the Edison and Ford Winter Estates, all year long offering guided tours through the winter homes of Thomas Edison (1847-1931) and Henry Ford (1863-1947). Because of poor health, Ohio's Thomas Alva Edison spent winters in Fort Myers. In 1885, he purchased 14 acres on the Caloosahatchee River's south side and built a home, Seminole Lodge, complete with laboratory and botanical gardens. In 1896, he made friends with auto magnate Henry Ford, who moved into his own place next door. When Edison died at 84 in 1931, he held 1,093 patents, the only person in the U.S. ever to have a patent granted annually for 65 consecutive years, 1868 to 1933. The museum includes the original Model T Ford that Ford gave Edison, and more than 200 Edison phonographs. The lab, kept just as he left it, is home to where Edison conducted many of his last major experiments. Edison's tropical botanical garden contains more than 1,000 plant varieties, including African sausage trees and a Banyan tree, a gift from Harvey Firestone in 1925. Also offered is a cruise down the Caloosahatchee River on a replica of the "Reliance Edison's electric launch. 2350 McGregor Boulevard. (239) 334-7419 - Everglades Day Safari Among safari possibilities are jungle cruises, air-boat rides, nature walks or a 15-minute wildlife drive through four realms of the Everglades. Lunch includes alligator appetizers. Departs daily from Fort Myers and Sanibel. (239) 472-1559 - Fort Myers Princess Enjoy dinner, cocktails and sightseeing aboard Captain Gene Becker's double-deck tour boat, featuring a climate-controlled lower deck and an open-air upper deck, customized for your schedule and budget, departing from Nervous Nellie's at Snug Harbor Dockside on Fort Myers Beach at the end of Old San Carlos Boulevard. Departs daily or by charter. (239) 765-8500 - Imaginarium Hands-On Museum Fun for the whole family awaits at the Imaginarium Hands-On Museum, where it's possible to touch a cloud, feel the force of a hurricane, or run through a thunderstorm. The Imaginarium provides hours of fun and entertainment, with more than 60 interactive exhibits plus live fish, sharks, turtles, swans, iguanas and live animal programs. 2001 Cranford Avenue. (239) 337-3332 - J.C. Sightseeing Boat Cruises Assorted cruises are featured on the Caloosahatchee River / Intracoastal Waterway from an adventure on the gulf to a day trip to Lake Okeechobee or a historic glide passing the Edison Home and Ford Estate. Fun and tasty food are on the menu aboard an air-conditioned, heated modern triple-deck paddle-wheeler. All boats depart from Fort Myers Yacht Basin. (239) 334-7474 Lee County Alliance of the Arts This public art gallery features local artisans and artists, and also supports recitals, concerts and workshops. 10091 McGregor Boulevard. (239) 939-2787 - Lovers Key / Carl E. Johnson State Recreation Area Barrier Islands known as Lovers Key / Carl E. Johnson State Recreation Area make up the 712-acre park, home to gopher tortoise, osprey, marsh rabbits and raccoons. Trams transport visitors from two parking areas to the 2.5 mile white-sand gulf beach where sunsets are a crowd-pleaser. Picnic tables, rustic trails, bicycle racks, a beach pavilion, a canoe launching area, outdoor showers, public telephones and environmentally friendly restrooms are available. A public boat ramp, on the Estero Bay side of the park, allows access to the Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve and Gulf of Mexico waters. Kayakers and canoers navigate near-shore waters, or through gentle currents of Big Carlos Pass. Fish for trout, snook, and red fish along the Estero Bay shoreline. 8700 Estero Boulevard, Fort Myers Beach. (239) 463-4588 - Manatee and River Tours During winter, the Fort Myers area is home to one of Florida's largest manatee populations, congregating in Orange River currents to feed and keep warm. In 1989, Manatee and Eco-Tours began as a small tour boat company dedicated to educating the public about manatees and the threat of their extinction. In 1998, Manatee and Eco-Tours welcomed a new partner, Prof. Dieter Ruedi, a wildlife veterinarian, and they purchased Coastal Marine Mart, now the Visitor Information Center from where manatee-centered ecological tours depart, and Manatee and River Tours, begun as Manatee World, was born with manatee exhibits and the world's largest collection of manatee-related books, videos, and gift items. 16991 State Road 31, Fort Myers. (239) 693-1434. - Matanzas Pass Wilderness Preserve An unspoiled sabal palm and live oak hammock await at the 56-acre Matanzas Pass Wilderness Preserve, a pristine, barrier island forest with abundant wildlife and diverse, native, plant species. After crossing two bridges on the entry trail, visitors encounter a boardwalk winding through the mangrove swamp. At the end, a pavilion overlooks the water with a spectacular view of the Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve, with wading birds, jumping fish, and manatee. Parking is free. Bay Road, Fort Myers Beach. - Mound Key State Archaeological Site Accessible by boat only and a delightful picnic spot, Mound Key State Archaeological Site is composed of layer upon layer of shells discarded by the Calusa Indians settling on waters of Estero Bay some 2,000 years ago. The 125-acre island, almost entirely an artificial creation, rises more than 30 feet above water, where only a flat mangrove and oyster-bar barely surfaced when Indians arrived circa 100 A.D. Fish and shellfish provided a plentiful source of food in shallows around the island. As centuries of fishing and shellfish collecting past, discarded shells, bone, and pottery piled up. Mound Key residents then reworked accumulating discards, raising platform mounds, ceremonial mounds and ridges, and carving out canals and large, open water-courts. As time went on, the island grew larger and higher. Northeast of the southern tip of Fort Myers Beach. (239) 338-3300 - Seminole Gulf Express and the Dinner Train Theater Seminole Gulf Railway owns and operates some 100 miles of Florida track from Arcadia to North Naples. A separate 34-mile line of Seminole Gulf Railway extends between Oneco (Bradenton), Sarasota, and Venice on original Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line track. Seminole Gulf, Southwest Florida's only freight railroad, hauls LP gas, beer, newsprint, pulpwood, and that's not all. In fall, 1991, the Dinner Train launched [removed] on the Seminole Express, an instant hit. Now known as Dinner Train Theater, it has premiered 19 original mystery productions, including Playing For Keeps. Up to 200 passengers are seated in a quartet of vintage railcars (Sanibel, Marco, Gasparilla, and Captiva) for a multi-course repast from fruit and cheese through soup, salad, entree and dessert, plus a juicy [removed] to chew over. Food is prepared on board in the Marco kitchen, also with a bar, and 24-passenger dining room. Passengers decide who and why on the slaying. Clue sheets are collected before the final act, with a prize awarded to one super sleuth in each car. Colonial Station, Fort Myers. (239) 275-8487 - Seminole Indian Casino Immokalee Entertainment facilities include 465 slots, 15 table games, and bingo seating for 1,050, along with restaurant. 506 South First Street. (239) 658-1313, (800) 218-0007 - Shell Factory An institution on southwest Florida for more than 60 years, the Shell Factory has the world's largest collection of rare shells, coral sponges and fossils from seven seas, with more than 5 million shells and shell-related gifts. Shell Factory also has wildlife exhibits, aquariums and alligators, arcade games, miniature golf and a Bumper Boat lagoon. Capt'n Fishbones Seafood Restaurant serves fresh caught grouper and coconut shrimp and the Fudge Kitchen makes traditional flavors along with pina colada and Elvis' favorite, peanut butter and banana. The 18-acre attraction's gift shop stocks items from apparel to shark teeth necklaces. 2787 North Tamiami Trail, North Fort Myers. (239) 995-2141, (800) 282-5805 - Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve This 2,000-acre wetland ecosystem is home to assorted plants and animals, many endangered. Pensanze Crossing and Six Mile Cypress Parkway. (239) 995-2141 - Southwest Florida Museum of History The Southwest Florida Museum of History, housed in the former Atlantic Coastline Railroad depot, is dedicated to preservation and interpretation of the history of Southwest Florida with emphasis on Fort Myers. Museum exhibits explore history of the Paleo Indians, Calusa, Seminoles, Spanish explorers, and early settlers. A pioneer removed house, a 1926 La France fire pumper, and a 1929 private Pullman rail car are also popular. The museum's walking tours (reservations required) on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. provide insight on where was the fort? and highlight history of downtown buildings. 2300 Peck Street. (239) 332-5955 - Sun Splash Water Park This 12-acre water-park with more than two dozen wet and dry attractions has tube rides, water-slides and a tot spot about 2.5 miles north of Veterans Parkway in Cape Coral. If traveling on Interstate-75, turn west at Exit 22 and cross the Midpoint Memorial Bridge. 400 Santa Barbara Boulevard, Cape Coral. (239) 574-0557 Rental Details Rent: $1000 per month Property type: Parking spaces: 1 Available: Apr 5, 2014 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Size: 1 sqft Pets:Small dogs,Large dogs,Cats Included utilities:Water,Garbage Rent control: Yes Lease: Month to month Features and Amenities Furnished Cooling:Central Heating:Electric Floors:Tile Washer Dishwasher Dryer Refrigerator Porch Lawn Architecture: Ranch Rambler Exterior walls: Composition Foundation: Slab Roof: Composition Parking:Carport