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Single-family home for rent, San Francisco

₨ 1,63,183

29th of july 20:20
This listing is brought to you by CorporateHousingByOwner.com (CHBO) Listing: 11565 - You will feel like a native when you come home to this address! Location is, (almost), everything after all! Furnished 2 bedroom apartment near all that is fun and exciting in North Beach, yet tucked away in a quiet neighborhood setting. Close to the Wharf, the shops and restaurants of North Beach, public transportation, financial district and Chinatown. Walk score is 98. Transportation score higher! Available for corporate rental for the first time. This is not a sublet. You will not be staying in someone else`s apartment while they are away. It is a fully dedicated, short-term rental, for extended tourist, corporate and other stays. 30 day minimum but longer rentals are most ideal. The private studio is in a classic, restored local landmark. It is architecturally interesting inside and out, complete with lore and anecdotes of the many actors, artists, and authors who have lived here over the years. The exterior has been featured in many books and magazines. The building is solid and built of ancient redwood just after 1906. The studio is several steps up from ground level. It has it`s own private entrance from a breezeway and then, through double French doors. The room is furnished with light-wood Scandinavian, antique and contemporary pieces. Other features: Queen sized bed, travertine marble bath with shower, wifi, convenience kitchenette, cable tv, closet and armoire. The apartment features a lovely silk-screened ceiling, detailed Lincrusta wainscoting and is both comfortable and private. Happy to furnish literally, hundreds of, (verifiable), 5-star reviews from past guests, upon request. Sq ft is approximate- may be more or less. Please call for more information. I am happy to show this unit at any time per arrangement. You will wake up here without a doubt that you are anywhere other than in the heart of San Francisco! (Listing 6463766 Confirmed 7/26/2015.)
Single-family home for rent, San Francisco

₨ 2,87,645

29th of july 20:20
Bedrooms: 2
This listing is brought to you by CorporateHousingByOwner.com (CHBO) Listing: 11564 - You will wake up here without a doubt that you are anywhere other than in the heart of San Francisco! This is just the best Location! Furnished 2 bedroom apartment near all that is fun and exciting in North Beach, yet tucked away in a quiet neighborhood setting. Close to the Wharf, the shops and restaurants of North Beach, public transportation, financial district and Chinatown. Walk score is 98. Transportation score higher!Available for corporate rental for the first time. This is not a sublet. You will not be staying in someone else`s apartment while they are away. It is a fully dedicated, short-term rental, for extended tourist, corporate and other stays. 30 day minimum but longer rentals are most ideal. The building is architecturally interesting inside and out, complete with lore and anecdotes of the many actors, artists, and authors who have lived here over the years. The exterior has been featured in many books and magazines. The house is solid and built of ancient redwood just after 1906. Living room with decorative fireplace, tile bath with shower over tub, 2 bedrooms with queen beds, and full kitchen. Loads of built-ins and original hand-crafted detail. Laundry off kitchen and sunny south-facing patio. Inquire for details. Many upgrades have been- made after these photos were taken. The apartment is both comfortable and private.Happy to furnish literally, hundreds of, (verifiable), 5-star reviews from past guests, upon request. Sq ft is approximate- may be more or less. Please call for more information. I am happy to show this unit at any time per arrangement. You will feel like a native when you come home to this address! (Listing 6463772 Confirmed 7/26/2015.)
Flat for sale, Bandol, France

₨ 2,40,62,646

17th of november, 2012 06:57
Bedrooms: 2
This pleasant residence of 1 to 3 bedroom apartments with terraces and/or gardens is nestled on the upper part of Bandol close to the sea and comes with a swimming pool. Property type : New build Apartments Address: Bandol Accommodation: 1 to 3 bedrooms Prices: €360K to 470K Size: 48.3 to 77.17sqm Deposit: 5% to Notary Sales office: Yes Parking space: YesTerrace: 18.69 to 23.92sqm Garden: 0 to 12.39sqm Cellar: From €5,000 The development: The residence is ideally positioned on the upper part of Bandol, at a stone's throw from the port and the sandy beaches. It offers stunning views over the sea and a private swimming pool, as well as an optimum comfort due to a direct proximity to the amenities. Composed of 4 small blocks with a contemporary architecture, the residence comprises 36 apartments from 1 bedroom to 3 bedroom; each apartment comes with a terrace, reversible air conditioning, a parking space, and some with a small garden. Possibility to purchase a cellar for a price from €5,000.The location: Bandol is charming Provencal town, turned towards the sea and protected from the wind by its green and wooded hills of pine and willow. Bandol, before Saint Tropez, was the privileged meeting area of actors and writers (the first tourists included Thomas Mann, Aldous Huxley, Marcel Pagnol or Fernandel). Here you can taste the authentic charms of a little Mediterranean paradise: fine white sandy beaches, natural creeks, inlets and bays and divine wines. Surely attracted by the beauty of the site, the roads that connect Marseille to Toulon curl round to skim Bandol. Minutes suffice to get from them to the Hauts de Bandol, a calm residential district overlooking the town-centre bustling year round with its shops and services. Indeed, Bandol is a lively town with a plethora of bars, restaurants, cafes, daily food markets and boutiques as well as events such as fishing competitions, conferences, music recitals and festivals. The marina also boasts a lively atmosphere where pleasure boats and fishing craft sail in and out creating a colourful Mediterranean ambience.Activities:Water-based activities are a must, especially as the clear waters and interesting underwater sea life make this an ideal spot for scuba diving. Also on offer is a sailing school, water skiing, deep sea fishing, paragliding, mountain biking, tennis, horseback riding and golf.Local food and gastronomy: The vineyards of Bandol are international recognised, and famous for powerful but velvety red wines, fruity roses and full bodied whites. In terms of fresh produce, the area is plentiful in fruit and vegetables (tomatoes, onions, peppers, peaches...), garlic, olives, olive oil and fish. Dishes include la cade toulonnaise (chickpea pancake) and chichi fregi (long sugared donut).Financing:Sextant has its own French mortgage brokerage service in order to find the most suitable mortgage for each client. Whether you want an interest-only mortgage, a traditional repayment mortgage or hybrid mortgage, Sextant can get the right mortgage for you.Access:Bandol is 15 minutes from the resort of La Seyne sur Mer, and 20 minutes from La Ciotat.By car: A50, exit 12 for BandolBy train: Bandol has a train station served by the regional train from Marseille to Toulon (some go to Hyeres) - there are 26 trains a day. In these larger cities one can connect for the high speed TGV to Paris and other destinations.By plane: Bandol is 35 minutes from Toulon-Hyeres International Airport, with regular flights to the UK.
Flat for sale, Bandol, France

₨ 1,99,13,914

17th of november, 2012 06:57
Bedrooms: 1
This pleasant residence of 1 to 3 bedroom apartments with terraces and/or gardens is nestled on the upper part of Bandol close to the sea and comes with a swimming pool. Property type : New build Apartments Address: Bandol Accommodation: 1 to 3 bedrooms Prices: €360K to 470K Size: 48.3 to 77.17sqm Deposit: 5% to Notary Sales office: Yes Parking space: YesTerrace: 18.69 to 23.92sqm Garden: 0 to 12.39sqm Cellar: From €5,000 The development: The residence is ideally positioned on the upper part of Bandol, at a stone's throw from the port and the sandy beaches. It offers stunning views over the sea and a private swimming pool, as well as an optimum comfort due to a direct proximity to the amenities. Composed of 4 small blocks with a contemporary architecture, the residence comprises 36 apartments from 1 bedroom to 3 bedroom; each apartment comes with a terrace, reversible air conditioning, a parking space, and some with a small garden. Possibility to purchase a cellar for a price from €5,000.The location: Bandol is charming Provencal town, turned towards the sea and protected from the wind by its green and wooded hills of pine and willow. Bandol, before Saint Tropez, was the privileged meeting area of actors and writers (the first tourists included Thomas Mann, Aldous Huxley, Marcel Pagnol or Fernandel). Here you can taste the authentic charms of a little Mediterranean paradise: fine white sandy beaches, natural creeks, inlets and bays and divine wines. Surely attracted by the beauty of the site, the roads that connect Marseille to Toulon curl round to skim Bandol. Minutes suffice to get from them to the Hauts de Bandol, a calm residential district overlooking the town-centre bustling year round with its shops and services. Indeed, Bandol is a lively town with a plethora of bars, restaurants, cafes, daily food markets and boutiques as well as events such as fishing competitions, conferences, music recitals and festivals. The marina also boasts a lively atmosphere where pleasure boats and fishing craft sail in and out creating a colourful Mediterranean ambience.Activities:Water-based activities are a must, especially as the clear waters and interesting underwater sea life make this an ideal spot for scuba diving. Also on offer is a sailing school, water skiing, deep sea fishing, paragliding, mountain biking, tennis, horseback riding and golf.Local food and gastronomy: The vineyards of Bandol are international recognised, and famous for powerful but velvety red wines, fruity roses and full bodied whites. In terms of fresh produce, the area is plentiful in fruit and vegetables (tomatoes, onions, peppers, peaches...), garlic, olives, olive oil and fish. Dishes include la cade toulonnaise (chickpea pancake) and chichi fregi (long sugared donut).Financing:Sextant has its own French mortgage brokerage service in order to find the most suitable mortgage for each client. Whether you want an interest-only mortgage, a traditional repayment mortgage or hybrid mortgage, Sextant can get the right mortgage for you.Access:Bandol is 15 minutes from the resort of La Seyne sur Mer, and 20 minutes from La Ciotat.By car: A50, exit 12 for BandolBy train: Bandol has a train station served by the regional train from Marseille to Toulon (some go to Hyeres) - there are 26 trains a day. In these larger cities one can connect for the high speed TGV to Paris and other destinations.By plane: Bandol is 35 minutes from Toulon-Hyeres International Airport, with regular flights to the UK.
House for sale, Warrington, UK

₨ 1,75,82,990

29th of july 11:13
Bedrooms: 3
On the fringe of the village is this well presented family home with ground floor extension to the rear, mature front garden, off street parking on the driveway and detached single garage at the side of the paved rear garden. The property benefits from double glazed windows, gas central heating and well proportioned accommodation throughout. The ground floor layout consists of a large entrance hallway, dual aspect lounge with feature fireplace, well equipped fitted kitchen and day room located at the rear. On the first floor there are three bedrooms comprising of two ample double bedrooms facing the front and a generous third bedroom overlooking the paved rear garden. The family bathroom is fitted with a corner bath, shower over, low level WC and wash hand basin. Outside the home is a delightful, well stocked, mature front garden with an array of plants, shrubs and trees around a central turf lawn. Off street parking is provided by the driveway at the side of the property and leads to a detached single garage. The paved rear garden area enjoys a degree of privacy with a tree lined border and selection of mature plants. This traditional family home is a fabulous prospect for many of our buyers and we recommend an early viewing of this extremely popular address. Traditional Family Home Ground Floor Extension Front & Rear Gardens Desirable Location Entrance Hall Generous entrance hall with staircase to first floor. Currently used as a small sitting room. Lounge Dual aspect lounge with bay window to the front overlooking the garden, window to the rear and feature fireplace. Kitchen Kitchen fitted with a range of integrated appliances, roll top work surfaces, wall, base and drawer units, tiled splashbacks. Tiled flooring, tongue and groove ceiling with downlights. Day Room Ground floor extension. Day room overlooking the private paved garden, back door opening onto the patio, double glazed window facing the rear, two skylights overhead. Landing Carpeted staircase, ceiling light. Bedroom 1 Front facing double bedroom overlooking the garden. Carpeted flooring, ceiling light. Bedroom 2 Front facing double bedroom overlooking the garden. Carpeted flooring, ceiling light, built in storage cupboard. Bedroom 3 Rear facing bedroom overlooking the paved garden. Carpeted flooring, ceiling light. Bathroom Family bathroom fitted with corner bath, thermostatic shower over, pedestal sink, low level WC. Wood flooring, antique radiator, tiled walls, tongue and groove ceiling, downlights. Outside Outside the home is a delightful, well stocked, mature front garden with an array of plants, shrubs and trees around a central turf lawn. Off street parking is provided by the driveway at the side of the property and leads to a detached single garage. The paved rear garden area enjoys a degree of privacy with a tree lined border and selection of mature plants. Stockton Heath Stockton Heath is a civil parish and suburb of Warrington, Cheshire, England. It is located to the north of the Bridgewater Canal, which divides Stockton Heath from Latchford and North Warrington. It has a total resident population of 6, 396. Victoria Square is at the centre of Stockton Heath and is on the crossroads of the A49 and A56. Until the 1970s, the Victoria Hotel stood on this square but its location has been redeveloped. North of the square is the main shopping area which includes the Forge Shopping Centre, developed on the site of the old forge (Caldwell's). Stockton Heath is home to a number of modern bars and restaurants, as well as traditional public houses. The Red Lion Inn dates back to the early 19th century and the Mulberry Tree on Victoria Square, opened in its present building (replacing earlier premises dating from 1725) in March 1907. Local History Early maps refer to a hamlet by the name of Stoken or Stocken where the present village of Stockton Heath now stands. However, more detailed old maps of the area of Acton Grange show a sparsely populated hamlet and refers only to the old buildings and bridges recognisable today in street names in the area, such as Whitefield Cottage. The Bridgewater Canal, one of two canals that pass through the village, reached Stockton Heath in 1772, the year of the death of its designer, James Brindley. In the 1900s George Formby Senior moved his young family to Stockton Heath and it was from here that George Formby Junior began his entertainment career. Their house, Hillcrest, is a listed building. George Formby Senior died in Stockton Heath in 1921. In 1974, Stockton Heath, historically part of Cheshire, became incorporated into the borough of Warrington under the Local Government Act 1972. Grappenhall Grappenhall is a suburban village in Warrington, Cheshire, England. It is situated along the Bridgewater Canal, and forms one of the principal settlements of Grappenhall and Thelwall civil parish. Grappenhall is mentioned in the Domesday Book with the name Gropenhale with a valuation of five shillings. St Wilfrid's Church has a carving of a cat on the west face of the tower. This is believed to be Lewis Carroll's inspiration for the grinning Cheshire Cat in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The church itself was first constructed in 1120 although it was rebuilt 400 years later. The church was also, at a time, in the possession of the Boidelle (Boydell) family. Grappenhall Continued Along with the church, the centre of the village contains two pubs, The Parr Arms and The Ram's Head, Grappenhall Hall Residential School (no longer a Residential School) and St Wilfrid's Primary School. Bradshaw Community Primary School is located north of the village centre. Parts of The Casebook Of Sherlock Holmes were filmed in the centre of Grappenhall. It is also the birthplace of actor Tim Curry. The village name appears in the title of the song Grappenhall Rag, by the Darwen singer songwriter Bryn Haworth. Grappenhall is home to the 25th Warrington East Scout Troop. There is also a cricket ground, which is the home of Grappenhall Cricket Club. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t3955980/
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