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Beautiful Traditional Two Story Home In Highly Sought After Parkview School District, .43 Acre Lot Nestled In Prime Cul-De-Sac.ELEMENTARY; Camp Creek MIDDLE; Trickum HIGH; Parkview Awesome Location Excellent Renovation, Sought After Schools Private and Park like Backyard Setting Beautiful Home In A Great Commuity FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS OR OTHER PROPERTIES. OFFERED FOR SALE BY CHAPMAN HALL REALTORS PREMIER Call Wesley Herring(404-277-8941)direct CONTACT US FROM THE WEB-SITE AT www.RealWayProperties**** GA R.E. # 258844 Category: Education Distributed by Tubemogul.
26 Sep 2008
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Welcome to the Island, a community of beautiful waterfront homes in Corpus Christi, Texas. You will feel like you are on vacation when you walk into this home, which features spectacular water views from every main room including 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, and a 2-car garage. At 2320 sq. ft. of living space you will always have room for family or friends. The kitchen offers plenty of counter and cabinet space as well as an island. Once you step into the spacious master suite you will never want to leave after seeing the amazing water view. The master bath boasts an oversized Jacuzzi tub and shower along with a lot of counter space. With an abundance of outdoor living space including an outdoor kitchen, this home will suit all your entertaining needs. The boatlift gives you the option of going fishing anytime or skiing in the ski channel whenever you would like. Contact Chris Montalvo at 361-765-1725, or online at www***rpuschris**** to find out more about this property.
11 Apr 2008
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Nestled in a planned community this two-story home with a saltwater pool and spa is in demand! Three secondary bedroooms and huge gameroom up for easy living! King-size master with space to spare down! Entertaining in this house will be a joy! From the terrific kitchen with breakfast bar and a large informal dining area with wonderful bay windows overlooking your backyard oasis, to the uncrowded formal dining and two-story spacious den this house was built to make your guest feel at home! The flawless floorplan flows from the entry foyer and study to every room. Call to see it today: 281 352-5089
30 Jan 2008
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REDUCED to $985,000 FROM $1,138,000 … This French Mediterranean style home offers great views in one of Sedona’s premier gated communities. The well placed home and patios provide views of Merry-Go-Round Rock, Munds Mountain and the Mogollon Rim. This two-story home can be configured to create the perfect living space with a master bedroom & office/den on the main level. The lower level is perfect with 2 bedrooms & bathrooms and a family room. This home features two attractive stacked stone gas fireplaces in the living room & family room, a formal dining room, vaulted & cathedral ceilings. Tthe main covered patio deck is accessible from the kitchen, dinning room and living room. The gourmet kitchen has floor to ceiling windows that show off the views. House was built 2002 and is over 4,000 Sq. Feet. This property is located in the heart of Sedona close to shopping, movies, and hiking. The outdoor amenities include a community pool, club house and tennis courts. Please contact Nancee55gmail****
3 May 2008
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Beautiful Remodeled two story home with seperate entrances, upstairs--3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, downstairs--2 Bedroom, 1 Bath!!!!
27 Aug 2008
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This two-story home offers over 4100 finished square feet of living space and is perfectly located on the 16th hole overlooking the lake of the Plum Creek Golf and Country Club. The home offers a much desired main floor Master Bedroom and Bath. There are 3 secondary bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a Loft located on the Upper Level. The lower level is finished with a nicely appointed bar, media room and wine cellar. The views also showcase "The Rock". Watch the 4th of July fireworks from your deck.
3 Sep 2008
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This clip is from www.firefighterclosecalls**** and it features an explosion during a control demoliton by an Amsterdam Fire Department. Hamptons Fire - Home of The Best Firefighting Video *******www.hamptonsfire.blogspot**** Explosion Rocks Amsterdam, New York Training Fire Five sent to hospitals after firefighting exercise gets out of control CLAIRE HUGHES Courtesy of Albany NY Times Union Firehouse**** News Update: Firefighters' conditions: One of the injured firefighters remained hospitalized Monday evening at Albany Medical Center, said hospital spokesman Greg McGarry. Firefighter Thomas Champain suffered a right leg fracture and was listed in fair condition, McGarry said. Another firefighter, Jarod Gilston, was admitted to Albany Medical Center in good condition but has since been released. The other firefighters injured in the explosion were treated and released Saturday from St. Mary's Hospital in Amsterdam, NY, said a hospital spokeswoman. Recent Training Accident Stories State Warned Fire Units Against Live Exercises New York Department Curbs Response After Training Explosion Explosion Rocks Amsterdam, NY Training Fire Long Island Firefighter Killed, Second Injured After Being Struck by Car at Drill Site New York Firefigher Rejects Plea Offer in Training Death Lairdsville: What Went Wrong Insider Forward: E-Mail This Page to a Friend or Co-Worker Interact: Discuss This and Other Topics in the Firehouse Forums Amsterdam, NY - A planned training exercise for a volunteer fire department turned into a genuine emergency Saturday when an empty two-story home exploded, sending five firefighters to area hospitals and a plume of dark gray smoke over Route 5. The explosion, which occurred shortly after 8 a.m., injured five firefighters who were apparently hit by falling debris, Michael Beyer, assistant chief of the Cranesville Volunteer Fire Department, which started the burn. Two firefighters were hurt so badly they were airlifted to Albany Medical Center Hospital. On Saturday afternoon, Thomas Champain listed in fair condition, while Jarrod Gilston was in good condition at Albany Med. The explosion rocked nearby homes, reminding some residents of the earthquake that shook the area just one week before. Those closest to the explosion, however, said they felt something many times the strength of the recent temblor, which emanated from Clinton County and registered 5.1 on the Richter scale. "That earthquake was nothing compared to this,'' said Duane Kendle, whose Chapman Drive home sits about 50 feet down a hill from the abandoned building on Poplar Street that was flattened in the explosion. Kendle was sitting in the kitchen at the back of his house drinking coffee when the explosion sent glass over his home and onto both Chapman Drive and adjacent Route 5, he said. "I thought it was a runaway fire truck coming through the wall,'' Kendle said of the boom and its vibrations. "It scared the hell out of me.'' The three other hospitalized firefighters, whose names were withheld by the fire department, were treated and released Saturday from St. Mary's Hospital at Amsterdam, said Jody Kates, a nursing supervisor at the hospital. Several other firefighters were hurt getting their colleagues out of the building, Beyer said. One sprained an ankle while others suffered smoke inhalation, he said. No neighborhood residents were injured, and there was apparently little property damage to nearby homes. The force of the vibrations did blow the lock off an inside door at Kendle's house, he said. About 40 firefighters from the Cranesville Volunteer Fire Department were on the scene Saturday morning to participate in the planned burn, Beyer said. The firefighters had been doing exercises at the site for several weeks in preparation for the burn, he said. An accelerant was used to start the fire, Beyer said, but he would not say whether the fluid mixture was responsible for the explosion that occurred early in the drill. "It's under investigation,'' he said. Amsterdam Town Supervisor DiMezza declined to comment on the cause of the explosion, saying he was awaiting reports from the Cranesville fire department, the Montgomery County Emergency Management Office and the state Office of Fire Prevention and Control, which is investigating the incident. About 50 firefighters from five area volunteer departments responded to the incident, said Don Krutz, assistant chief for the Hagaman Fire Department. Others on the scene were from Fort Johnson, Tribes Hill and the town of Florida. New York fire departments conducting controlled burn exercises, unlike those in many states, are not required by law to follow procedures set out by the National Fire Protection Association, according to an official from the state Office of Fire Prevention and Control. Despite Saturday's experience, Beyer said the fire department will continue to participate in planned burns because the training exercises are crucial to teaching firefighters how to combat a real blaze. Cranesville and three other volunteer fire departments in the town of Amsterdam have conducted about 10 such exercises in the past decade, he said. A similar training exercise turned deadly last year in Lairdsville, near Utica. On Sept. 25, a 19-year-old volunteer fire fighter, Bradley Goldon, died on the second floor of a building after the practice burn got out of control. In February, Assistant Chief Alan Baird was charged with manslaughter in Goldon's death. In Amsterdam, Beyer declined to say who owns the property on Poplar Street, except to say it is not the town of Amsterdam or Montgomery County. Nearby residents said they'd been informed in advance that firefighters intended to burn the building as a training exercise. Kurt Semon, said the structure has been empty for the eight years he has lived on Drive, two doors down from the intersection with Poplar Street. After undergoing the trauma of a real blaze and seeing their colleagues injured, firefighters received stress debriefing sessions Saturday to help them handle anxiety and other negative emotions, Beyer said. Professionals from St. Mary's Hospital encouraged them to cry, to talk and to do anything else that would help them release the stress. "Basically they tell us that it's OK not to be the manly man,'' Beyer said. writer Andrew Tilghman contributed to this report.
21 May 2009
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This two-story home offers over 4100 finished square feet of living space and is perfectly located on the 16th hole overlooking the lake of the Plum Creek Golf and Country Club.
28 Oct 2008
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An unexpected view of the Blue Ridge Mountains greets you on your return home to Stonewood Crossing each afternoon. The one and two story homes at Stonewood Crossing include three, four and five bedroom plans.
13 Nov 2008
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Immaculate Two Story home in Waldo with 3 good sized bedrooms, 2 classic full baths, 2 half baths and over 2000 sq. ft. of finished living above ground. Living room and family room with a built in six speaker surround system, two fireplaces, formal and informal dining areas, beautiful hardwood floors flow throughout. Updated kitchen with nice cabinets, solid surface countertops, gas cooktop stove and all appliances come with the property, even the washer and dryer setup! Basement is partially finished out with knotty pine walls, tile flooring and a nice wet bar! The foundation was built upon stone foundation back in 1942, the plumbing has been updated to copper. The exterior was constructed with brick and wood shingle siding, two car attached garage and private driveway. Good sized backyard fenced and a nice concrete back patio. Pride of ownerships is a given! For a private showing contact Devin Botkins. *******www.BotkinsRealty**** Listing Courtesy of Prudential Kansas City Realty
6 Dec 2008
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Located in west Tampa, this distinctive gated community boasts lakefront homesites. It is located just off Veterans Expressway and you're just minutes from downtown Tampa, airports, and malls. These homes feature tile floors, stainless steel finished appliances, raised panel maple wood cabinets, and granite counter tops. The outdoor living area includes an outdoor kitchen, pool and spa, and is covered by a screen enclosure. These properties are 3253 Square foot, two story homes that include 4 bedrooms and 4 baths. The home also features a study, reading loft, 3-car garage, and brick paver deck. The 3 dining areas plus an outdoor living area make these homes great for entertaining. "tampa florida homes" ,"tampa homes","silver sage circle" ,"tampa houses", "real estate in tampa florida","tampa florida houses"
5 Feb 2009
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15 Feb 2009
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