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·  May 14th 10:24 pm
·  1,637 ft²
·  Bedrooms: 3

VIEWS! VIEWS! VIEWS! This house has great unobstructed views of Mill Creek with beach right across the street. Bring your kayaks to this spacious comfortable 2 story home! Views from almost every room. Enjoy Fall and Spring on your front to back sun room! Open floor plan with living room, dining room and kitchen separate yet open. 2 bedrooms and bath on main level, Amazing master with bath on second level, vaulted beamed ceiling, FP and a wall of glass over looking the water. Master has a private deck with views out to Lewis Bay. If you need extra storage there is a large finished room over the detached garage. Location is close to CC Hospital, transportation, and downtown Hyannis shopping! www.MargoRents.com; or Seaport Village Realty,Inc Osterville 508-428-4443.

·  May 14th 10:23 pm
·  Bedrooms: 1

1. First month, Last Month, Security Deposit to move in. 2. Proof of income. 3. Clean Background. SEARCH AVAILABLE RENTALS AT: WWW.ADAMFLEMING.COM START SEARCHING WITH 2 SIMPLE STEPS: 1). GO TO: WWW.ADAMFLEMING.COM 2). CLICK ON: "QUICK SEARCH RENTALS" NO TIME TO SEARCH ON YOUR OWN? NO PROBLEM! EMAIL THIS POSTING YOUR CRITERIA AND I WILL SEND YOU A LIST OF AVAILABLE PROPERTIES THAT FIT EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR! Adam Fleming Real Estate Sales Force www.AdamFleming.com two floor uno dos tres cuatro cinco seis townhouse condo duplex condominium cerca land casa para rentar casa para comprar listing prestamo para comprar mortgage okeechobee high school highschool palm beach central boynton beach florida homeland water espanol ingles english spanish primero compradore apartamento loxahatchee acreage pompano greenacres royal palm wellington palm springs appliances refrigerator dishwasher bed sofa bedroom bathroom bano doublefreezer freeze house rent sale for cheap deal apartment duplex condo townhouse wellington west palm beach green acres greenacres greenacre bedroom bath 1 2 3 4 5 6 includes include incluido english spanish single family home house beautiful nice land big section asap as soon as possible kid kids children apts housing square feet sqft palm lake worth florida orlando royal palm beach southern forest hill 441 lantana Boynton Bonnie Loch-Woodsetter North in Pompano Beach Broadview-Pompano Park in North Lauderdale Broward Estates in Lauderhill Carver Ranches in West Park Chambers Estates in Dania Beach Chula Vista Isles in Fort Lauderdale Collier Manor-Cresthaven in Pompano Beach Country Estates in Southwest Ranches Crystal Lake in Deerfield Beach Edgewater in Dania Beach Estates of Fort Lauderdale in Dania Beach and partially in Hollywood Godfrey Road in Parkland Golden Heights in Fort Lauderdale Green Meadow in Southwest Ranches Hacienda Village in Davie Hillsboro Ranches in Coconut Creek Ivanhoe Estates in Southwest Ranches Kendall Green in Pompano Beach Lake Forest in West Park Leisureville in Pompano Beach Loch Lomond in Pompano Beach Melrose Park in Fort Lauderdale Miami Gardens in West Park North Andrews Gardens in Oakland Park Oak Point in Hollywood Palm Aire in Fort Lauderdale Pine Island Ridge in Davie Pompano Beach Highlands in Pompano Beach Pompano Estates in Pompano Beach Ravenswood Estates in Dania Beach Ramblewood East in Coral Springs Riverland Village in Fort Lauderdale Rock Island in Fort Lauderdale Rolling Oaks in Southwest Ranches Royal Palm Ranches in Cooper City St. George in Lauderhill Sunshine Acres in Davie Sunshine Ranches in Southwest Ranches Tedder in Deerfield Beach Terra Mar in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and partially in Pompano Beach Twin Lakes North of Prospect Road in Fort Lauderdale South of Prospect Road in Oakland Park Utopia in West Park Village Park in North Lauderdale West Ken-Lark in Lauderhill Coconut Creek Coral Springs Lauderhill Margate North Lauderdale Parkland Plantation Sunrise Tamarac Weston 33320 33321 33322 33323 33324 33325 33326 33327 33328 33329 33330 33331 33332 33335 33336 33337 33338 33339 33340 33345 33346 33348 33349 33351 33355 33359 33388 33394 33004, 33301, 33304, 33305, 33306, 33308, 33309, 33311, 33312, 33315, 33316, 33317, 33319, 33334 Pet-friendly Community Tanning Center Professionally Landscaped Tennis Court On-site Management Basketball Court Valet Trash Service Racquetball Court Fitness Center Barbecue Grill Picnic Area Clothes Care Center Fitness Trail Car Wash Area 24hr Emergency maintenance Bal Harbour, Bay Colony, Bay Colony Club, Bermuda Riviera, Beverly Heights, Birch Park (Finger Streets), Boulevard Park (Isles), Breakwater Surf (Club), Central Beach, Chula Vista Isles, City View, Colee Hammock, Coral Ridge, Coral Ridge Country Club, Coral Ridge Isles, Coral Shores, Croissant Park, Dillard Park, Dolphin Isles, Dorsey Riverbend, Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Durrs, Edgewood, Flagler Village, Flamingo Park, Galt Ocean Mile, Golden Heights, Harbor Beach, Harbor Drive, Harbordale, Harbour Inlet, Harbour Isles, Hendricks and Venice Isles, Himmarshee Village (Historic District), Home Beautiful Park, Idlewyld, Imperial Point, Knoll Ridge, Lake Aire-Palm View, Lake Estates, Lake Ridge, Landings, Las Olas Isles, Lauderdale Beach, Lauderdale Harbours, Lauderdale Isles, Lauderdale Manors, Lauderdale West, Laudergate Isles, Lofts of Palm Aire Village, Melrose Manors, Melrose Park, Middle River Terrace, Montego Bay, Navarro Isle, North Beach Island, North Golf Estates, Nurmi Isles, Oak River, Palm Aire Village East, Palm Aire Village West, Poinciana Park, Poinsettia Heights, Port Royale, Progresso Village, Rio Vista, River Garden/Sweeting Estates, River Oaks, River Run, Riverland, Riverland Manors, Riverland Village, Riverland Woods, Riverlandings, Riverside Park, Riviera Isles, Rock Island, Sailboat Bend, Seven Isles, Shady Banks, South (Lauderdale) Beach, South Middle River, Sunrise Intracoastal, Sunrise Key, Sunset, Tarpon River, Tropical Point, Twin Lakes North, Victoria Park, Avenue Lofts Mill Lofts Foundry Lofts Nola Lofts Island City Lofts Las Olas by the River The Tides at Bridgeside Square Ocean Place Lauderdale One The Residences at Bayview Port Royale Sole NuRiver Landing The Symphony The Esplanade The Vue Villa Medici Bamboo Flats Pine Crest Village The Village at Sailboat Bend Oak Hammock Coral Heights Townhome The Grove at River Oaks Strada 315 Alexan Solmar Camden The Falls at Marina Bay 4 Forty Flagler Village Satori Sunrise Harbor The Exchange Landmark Lofts Las Olas by the River Altis Midtown 24 Grove East Village East Gables Wilton Park Wilton Station Wilton Tower The Sapphire Galt Ocean Club Royal Ambassador The Port Waterside on the Intracoastal Vantage View Lauderdale Tower 350 Las Olas Place The River House The Watergarden Island City Lofts The Venetian. Fort Lauderdale Wilton Manors Lauderdale by the Sea Oakland Park Rio Vista Victoria Park Collee Hammock House fenced yard garage townhouse villa condo apartment waterfront oceanfront house casa bedroom bed room dormitorio wellington lake worth florida jacksonville orlando lantana west palm beach royal palm beach congress avenue pga palm beach gardens blvd boulevard piscina pool hoa no hoa home owners association homeowners fpl electric cheap barrato street drive trampoline kitchen beautiful 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 33414 33412 33413 33415 33463 33467 33330 wood floor piso cuarto residencial short sale foreclosure property management leasing lease rental sale for sale sell rentar acre acreage perro fence piscina pool backyard carpets piso piso de madera one floor low move in now right money to move in ez deposit credit background report rapid approval no one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve rent w/d washer dryer dog cat pets pet patio balcony fence fenced bathrooms bedrooms bedroom bathroom walmart kmart us1 las olas blvd a1a ocean oceanfront canal views view galleria mall broward mall swap shop riverwalk sailboat bend wilton manors walk walking drive driving shopping stores store central ac south north west east floors floor paint crown molding window windows automatic furnished upscale luxury ok maps save parking laundry on site in unit apartment single family home condo townhome town home townhouse villa land loft in-law duplex triplex multifamily multi-family cabin cottage detached downtown fort lauderdale

·  May 14th 10:23 pm
·  Bedrooms: 1

1. First month, Last Month, Security Deposit to move in. 2. Proof of income. 3. Clean Background. SEARCH AVAILABLE RENTALS AT: WWW.ADAMFLEMING.COM START SEARCHING WITH 2 SIMPLE STEPS: 1). GO TO: WWW.ADAMFLEMING.COM 2). CLICK ON: "QUICK SEARCH RENTALS" NO TIME TO SEARCH ON YOUR OWN? NO PROBLEM! EMAIL THIS POSTING YOUR CRITERIA AND I WILL SEND YOU A LIST OF AVAILABLE PROPERTIES THAT FIT EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR! Adam Fleming Real Estate Sales Force www.AdamFleming.com two floor uno dos tres cuatro cinco seis townhouse condo duplex condominium cerca land casa para rentar casa para comprar listing prestamo para comprar mortgage okeechobee high school highschool palm beach central boynton beach florida homeland water espanol ingles english spanish primero compradore apartamento loxahatchee acreage pompano greenacres royal palm wellington palm springs appliances refrigerator dishwasher bed sofa bedroom bathroom bano doublefreezer freeze house rent sale for cheap deal apartment duplex condo townhouse wellington west palm beach green acres greenacres greenacre bedroom bath 1 2 3 4 5 6 includes include incluido english spanish single family home house beautiful nice land big section asap as soon as possible kid kids children apts housing square feet sqft palm lake worth florida orlando royal palm beach southern forest hill 441 lantana Boynton Bonnie Loch-Woodsetter North in Pompano Beach Broadview-Pompano Park in North Lauderdale Broward Estates in Lauderhill Carver Ranches in West Park Chambers Estates in Dania Beach Chula Vista Isles in Fort Lauderdale Collier Manor-Cresthaven in Pompano Beach Country Estates in Southwest Ranches Crystal Lake in Deerfield Beach Edgewater in Dania Beach Estates of Fort Lauderdale in Dania Beach and partially in Hollywood Godfrey Road in Parkland Golden Heights in Fort Lauderdale Green Meadow in Southwest Ranches Hacienda Village in Davie Hillsboro Ranches in Coconut Creek Ivanhoe Estates in Southwest Ranches Kendall Green in Pompano Beach Lake Forest in West Park Leisureville in Pompano Beach Loch Lomond in Pompano Beach Melrose Park in Fort Lauderdale Miami Gardens in West Park North Andrews Gardens in Oakland Park Oak Point in Hollywood Palm Aire in Fort Lauderdale Pine Island Ridge in Davie Pompano Beach Highlands in Pompano Beach Pompano Estates in Pompano Beach Ravenswood Estates in Dania Beach Ramblewood East in Coral Springs Riverland Village in Fort Lauderdale Rock Island in Fort Lauderdale Rolling Oaks in Southwest Ranches Royal Palm Ranches in Cooper City St. George in Lauderhill Sunshine Acres in Davie Sunshine Ranches in Southwest Ranches Tedder in Deerfield Beach Terra Mar in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and partially in Pompano Beach Twin Lakes North of Prospect Road in Fort Lauderdale South of Prospect Road in Oakland Park Utopia in West Park Village Park in North Lauderdale West Ken-Lark in Lauderhill Coconut Creek Coral Springs Lauderhill Margate North Lauderdale Parkland Plantation Sunrise Tamarac Weston 33320 33321 33322 33323 33324 33325 33326 33327 33328 33329 33330 33331 33332 33335 33336 33337 33338 33339 33340 33345 33346 33348 33349 33351 33355 33359 33388 33394 33004, 33301, 33304, 33305, 33306, 33308, 33309, 33311, 33312, 33315, 33316, 33317, 33319, 33334 Pet-friendly Community Tanning Center Professionally Landscaped Tennis Court On-site Management Basketball Court Valet Trash Service Racquetball Court Fitness Center Barbecue Grill Picnic Area Clothes Care Center Fitness Trail Car Wash Area 24hr Emergency maintenance Bal Harbour, Bay Colony, Bay Colony Club, Bermuda Riviera, Beverly Heights, Birch Park (Finger Streets), Boulevard Park (Isles), Breakwater Surf (Club), Central Beach, Chula Vista Isles, City View, Colee Hammock, Coral Ridge, Coral Ridge Country Club, Coral Ridge Isles, Coral Shores, Croissant Park, Dillard Park, Dolphin Isles, Dorsey Riverbend, Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Durrs, Edgewood, Flagler Village, Flamingo Park, Galt Ocean Mile, Golden Heights, Harbor Beach, Harbor Drive, Harbordale, Harbour Inlet, Harbour Isles, Hendricks and Venice Isles, Himmarshee Village (Historic District), Home Beautiful Park, Idlewyld, Imperial Point, Knoll Ridge, Lake Aire-Palm View, Lake Estates, Lake Ridge, Landings, Las Olas Isles, Lauderdale Beach, Lauderdale Harbours, Lauderdale Isles, Lauderdale Manors, Lauderdale West, Laudergate Isles, Lofts of Palm Aire Village, Melrose Manors, Melrose Park, Middle River Terrace, Montego Bay, Navarro Isle, North Beach Island, North Golf Estates, Nurmi Isles, Oak River, Palm Aire Village East, Palm Aire Village West, Poinciana Park, Poinsettia Heights, Port Royale, Progresso Village, Rio Vista, River Garden/Sweeting Estates, River Oaks, River Run, Riverland, Riverland Manors, Riverland Village, Riverland Woods, Riverlandings, Riverside Park, Riviera Isles, Rock Island, Sailboat Bend, Seven Isles, Shady Banks, South (Lauderdale) Beach, South Middle River, Sunrise Intracoastal, Sunrise Key, Sunset, Tarpon River, Tropical Point, Twin Lakes North, Victoria Park, Avenue Lofts Mill Lofts Foundry Lofts Nola Lofts Island City Lofts Las Olas by the River The Tides at Bridgeside Square Ocean Place Lauderdale One The Residences at Bayview Port Royale Sole NuRiver Landing The Symphony The Esplanade The Vue Villa Medici Bamboo Flats Pine Crest Village The Village at Sailboat Bend Oak Hammock Coral Heights Townhome The Grove at River Oaks Strada 315 Alexan Solmar Camden The Falls at Marina Bay 4 Forty Flagler Village Satori Sunrise Harbor The Exchange Landmark Lofts Las Olas by the River Altis Midtown 24 Grove East Village East Gables Wilton Park Wilton Station Wilton Tower The Sapphire Galt Ocean Club Royal Ambassador The Port Waterside on the Intracoastal Vantage View Lauderdale Tower 350 Las Olas Place The River House The Watergarden Island City Lofts The Venetian. Fort Lauderdale Wilton Manors Lauderdale by the Sea Oakland Park Rio Vista Victoria Park Collee Hammock House fenced yard garage townhouse villa condo apartment waterfront oceanfront house casa bedroom bed room dormitorio wellington lake worth florida jacksonville orlando lantana west palm beach royal palm beach congress avenue pga palm beach gardens blvd boulevard piscina pool hoa no hoa home owners association homeowners fpl electric cheap barrato street drive trampoline kitchen beautiful 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 33414 33412 33413 33415 33463 33467 33330 wood floor piso cuarto residencial short sale foreclosure property management leasing lease rental sale for sale sell rentar acre acreage perro fence piscina pool backyard carpets piso piso de madera one floor low move in now right money to move in ez deposit credit background report rapid approval no one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve rent w/d washer dryer dog cat pets pet patio balcony fence fenced bathrooms bedrooms bedroom bathroom walmart kmart us1 las olas blvd a1a ocean oceanfront canal views view galleria mall broward mall swap shop riverwalk sailboat bend wilton manors walk walking drive driving shopping stores store central ac south north west east floors floor paint crown molding window windows automatic furnished upscale luxury ok maps save parking laundry on site in unit apartment single family home condo townhome town home townhouse villa land loft in-law duplex triplex multifamily multi-family cabin cottage detached downtown fort lauderdale

·  May 14th 10:23 pm
·  Bedrooms: 2

1. First month, Last Month, Security Deposit to move in. 2. Proof of income. 3. Clean Background. SEARCH AVAILABLE RENTALS AT: WWW.ADAMFLEMING.COM START SEARCHING WITH 2 SIMPLE STEPS: 1). GO TO: WWW.ADAMFLEMING.COM 2). CLICK ON: "QUICK SEARCH RENTALS" NO TIME TO SEARCH ON YOUR OWN? NO PROBLEM! EMAIL THIS POSTING YOUR CRITERIA AND I WILL SEND YOU A LIST OF AVAILABLE PROPERTIES THAT FIT EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR! Adam Fleming Real Estate Sales Force www.AdamFleming.com two floor uno dos tres cuatro cinco seis townhouse condo duplex condominium cerca land casa para rentar casa para comprar listing prestamo para comprar mortgage okeechobee high school highschool palm beach central boynton beach florida homeland water espanol ingles english spanish primero compradore apartamento loxahatchee acreage pompano greenacres royal palm wellington palm springs appliances refrigerator dishwasher bed sofa bedroom bathroom bano doublefreezer freeze house rent sale for cheap deal apartment duplex condo townhouse wellington west palm beach green acres greenacres greenacre bedroom bath 1 2 3 4 5 6 includes include incluido english spanish single family home house beautiful nice land big section asap as soon as possible kid kids children apts housing square feet sqft palm lake worth florida orlando royal palm beach southern forest hill 441 lantana Boynton Bonnie Loch-Woodsetter North in Pompano Beach Broadview-Pompano Park in North Lauderdale Broward Estates in Lauderhill Carver Ranches in West Park Chambers Estates in Dania Beach Chula Vista Isles in Fort Lauderdale Collier Manor-Cresthaven in Pompano Beach Country Estates in Southwest Ranches Crystal Lake in Deerfield Beach Edgewater in Dania Beach Estates of Fort Lauderdale in Dania Beach and partially in Hollywood Godfrey Road in Parkland Golden Heights in Fort Lauderdale Green Meadow in Southwest Ranches Hacienda Village in Davie Hillsboro Ranches in Coconut Creek Ivanhoe Estates in Southwest Ranches Kendall Green in Pompano Beach Lake Forest in West Park Leisureville in Pompano Beach Loch Lomond in Pompano Beach Melrose Park in Fort Lauderdale Miami Gardens in West Park North Andrews Gardens in Oakland Park Oak Point in Hollywood Palm Aire in Fort Lauderdale Pine Island Ridge in Davie Pompano Beach Highlands in Pompano Beach Pompano Estates in Pompano Beach Ravenswood Estates in Dania Beach Ramblewood East in Coral Springs Riverland Village in Fort Lauderdale Rock Island in Fort Lauderdale Rolling Oaks in Southwest Ranches Royal Palm Ranches in Cooper City St. George in Lauderhill Sunshine Acres in Davie Sunshine Ranches in Southwest Ranches Tedder in Deerfield Beach Terra Mar in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and partially in Pompano Beach Twin Lakes North of Prospect Road in Fort Lauderdale South of Prospect Road in Oakland Park Utopia in West Park Village Park in North Lauderdale West Ken-Lark in Lauderhill Coconut Creek Coral Springs Lauderhill Margate North Lauderdale Parkland Plantation Sunrise Tamarac Weston 33320 33321 33322 33323 33324 33325 33326 33327 33328 33329 33330 33331 33332 33335 33336 33337 33338 33339 33340 33345 33346 33348 33349 33351 33355 33359 33388 33394 33004, 33301, 33304, 33305, 33306, 33308, 33309, 33311, 33312, 33315, 33316, 33317, 33319, 33334 Pet-friendly Community Tanning Center Professionally Landscaped Tennis Court On-site Management Basketball Court Valet Trash Service Racquetball Court Fitness Center Barbecue Grill Picnic Area Clothes Care Center Fitness Trail Car Wash Area 24hr Emergency maintenance Bal Harbour, Bay Colony, Bay Colony Club, Bermuda Riviera, Beverly Heights, Birch Park (Finger Streets), Boulevard Park (Isles), Breakwater Surf (Club), Central Beach, Chula Vista Isles, City View, Colee Hammock, Coral Ridge, Coral Ridge Country Club, Coral Ridge Isles, Coral Shores, Croissant Park, Dillard Park, Dolphin Isles, Dorsey Riverbend, Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Durrs, Edgewood, Flagler Village, Flamingo Park, Galt Ocean Mile, Golden Heights, Harbor Beach, Harbor Drive, Harbordale, Harbour Inlet, Harbour Isles, Hendricks and Venice Isles, Himmarshee Village (Historic District), Home Beautiful Park, Idlewyld, Imperial Point, Knoll Ridge, Lake Aire-Palm View, Lake Estates, Lake Ridge, Landings, Las Olas Isles, Lauderdale Beach, Lauderdale Harbours, Lauderdale Isles, Lauderdale Manors, Lauderdale West, Laudergate Isles, Lofts of Palm Aire Village, Melrose Manors, Melrose Park, Middle River Terrace, Montego Bay, Navarro Isle, North Beach Island, North Golf Estates, Nurmi Isles, Oak River, Palm Aire Village East, Palm Aire Village West, Poinciana Park, Poinsettia Heights, Port Royale, Progresso Village, Rio Vista, River Garden/Sweeting Estates, River Oaks, River Run, Riverland, Riverland Manors, Riverland Village, Riverland Woods, Riverlandings, Riverside Park, Riviera Isles, Rock Island, Sailboat Bend, Seven Isles, Shady Banks, South (Lauderdale) Beach, South Middle River, Sunrise Intracoastal, Sunrise Key, Sunset, Tarpon River, Tropical Point, Twin Lakes North, Victoria Park, Avenue Lofts Mill Lofts Foundry Lofts Nola Lofts Island City Lofts Las Olas by the River The Tides at Bridgeside Square Ocean Place Lauderdale One The Residences at Bayview Port Royale Sole NuRiver Landing The Symphony The Esplanade The Vue Villa Medici Bamboo Flats Pine Crest Village The Village at Sailboat Bend Oak Hammock Coral Heights Townhome The Grove at River Oaks Strada 315 Alexan Solmar Camden The Falls at Marina Bay 4 Forty Flagler Village Satori Sunrise Harbor The Exchange Landmark Lofts Las Olas by the River Altis Midtown 24 Grove East Village East Gables Wilton Park Wilton Station Wilton Tower The Sapphire Galt Ocean Club Royal Ambassador The Port Waterside on the Intracoastal Vantage View Lauderdale Tower 350 Las Olas Place The River House The Watergarden Island City Lofts The Venetian. Fort Lauderdale Wilton Manors Lauderdale by the Sea Oakland Park Rio Vista Victoria Park Collee Hammock House fenced yard garage townhouse villa condo apartment waterfront oceanfront house casa bedroom bed room dormitorio wellington lake worth florida jacksonville orlando lantana west palm beach royal palm beach congress avenue pga palm beach gardens blvd boulevard piscina pool hoa no hoa home owners association homeowners fpl electric cheap barrato street drive trampoline kitchen beautiful 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 33414 33412 33413 33415 33463 33467 33330 wood floor piso cuarto residencial short sale foreclosure property management leasing lease rental sale for sale sell rentar acre acreage perro fence piscina pool backyard carpets piso piso de madera one floor low move in now right money to move in ez deposit credit background report rapid approval no one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve rent w/d washer dryer dog cat pets pet patio balcony fence fenced bathrooms bedrooms bedroom bathroom walmart kmart us1 las olas blvd a1a ocean oceanfront canal views view galleria mall broward mall swap shop riverwalk sailboat bend wilton manors walk walking drive driving shopping stores store central ac south north west east floors floor paint crown molding window windows automatic furnished upscale luxury ok maps save parking laundry on site in unit apartment single family home condo townhome town home townhouse villa land loft in-law duplex triplex multifamily multi-family cabin cottage detached downtown fort lauderdale

·  May 14th 10:23 pm
·  1,500 ft²
·  Bedrooms: 2

Large 1st floor lower half of duplex waterfront 2/2 with amazing views of canal & pool! Unit comes with private full size laundry room with extra storage space. Enjoy central AC, dishwasher, tile floors, large open layout, amazing views & master bedroom with huge walk-in closet. Landlord will accept large dogs. There is dock space available w/boat lift at additional cost. Building is in perfect location walking distance to Fort Lauderdale beach, Las Olas Blvd shopping & restaurants. 2 parking spots available. Unit comes unfurnished. DO NOT go to building without set appointment please. 24 hour notice required! Do not disturb tenants! $300 refundable pet deposit. COPY & PASTE LINK TO WATCH VIDEO OF THIS UNIT: http youtu.be/4wik9UQHT5A Adam Fleming Real Estate Sales Force 954-882-7828 www.AdamFleming.com SEARCH ALL AVAILABLE RENTALS AT: WWW.ADAMFLEMING.COM START SEARCHING WITH 2 SIMPLE STEPS: 1). GO TO: WWW.ADAMFLEMING.COM 2). CLICK ON: "QUICK SEARCH RENTALS" NO TIME TO SEARCH ON YOUR OWN? NO PROBLEM! EMAIL THIS POSTING YOUR CRITERIA AND I WILL SEND YOU A LIST OF AVAILABLE PROPERTIES THAT FIT EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR! two floor uno dos tres cuatro cinco seis townhouse condo duplex condominium cerca land casa para rentar casa para comprar listing prestamo para comprar mortgage okeechobee high school highschool palm beach central boynton beach florida homeland water espanol ingles english spanish primero compradore apartamento loxahatchee acreage pompano greenacres royal palm wellington palm springs appliances refrigerator dishwasher bed sofa bedroom bathroom bano doublefreezer freeze house rent sale for cheap deal apartment duplex condo townhouse wellington west palm beach green acres greenacres greenacre bedroom bath 1 2 3 4 5 6 includes include incluido english spanish single family home house beautiful nice land big section asap as soon as possible kid kids children apts housing square feet sqft palm lake worth florida orlando royal palm beach southern forest hill 441 lantana Boynton Bonnie Loch-Woodsetter North in Pompano Beach Broadview-Pompano Park in North Lauderdale Broward Estates in Lauderhill Carver Ranches in West Park Chambers Estates in Dania Beach Chula Vista Isles in Fort Lauderdale Collier Manor-Cresthaven in Pompano Beach Country Estates in Southwest Ranches Crystal Lake in Deerfield Beach Edgewater in Dania Beach Estates of Fort Lauderdale in Dania Beach and partially in Hollywood Godfrey Road in Parkland Golden Heights in Fort Lauderdale Green Meadow in Southwest Ranches Hacienda Village in Davie Hillsboro Ranches in Coconut Creek Ivanhoe Estates in Southwest Ranches Kendall Green in Pompano Beach Lake Forest in West Park Leisureville in Pompano Beach Loch Lomond in Pompano Beach Melrose Park in Fort Lauderdale Miami Gardens in West Park North Andrews Gardens in Oakland Park Oak Point in Hollywood Palm Aire in Fort Lauderdale Pine Island Ridge in Davie Pompano Beach Highlands in Pompano Beach Pompano Estates in Pompano Beach Ravenswood Estates in Dania Beach Ramblewood East in Coral Springs Riverland Village in Fort Lauderdale Rock Island in Fort Lauderdale Rolling Oaks in Southwest Ranches Royal Palm Ranches in Cooper City St. George in Lauderhill Sunshine Acres in Davie Sunshine Ranches in Southwest Ranches Tedder in Deerfield Beach Terra Mar in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and partially in Pompano Beach Twin Lakes North of Prospect Road in Fort Lauderdale South of Prospect Road in Oakland Park Utopia in West Park Village Park in North Lauderdale West Ken-Lark in Lauderhill Coconut Creek Coral Springs Lauderhill Margate North Lauderdale Parkland Plantation Sunrise Tamarac Weston 33320 33321 33322 33323 33324 33325 33326 33327 33328 33329 33330 33331 33332 33335 33336 33337 33338 33339 33340 33345 33346 33348 33349 33351 33355 33359 33388 33394 33004, 33301, 33304, 33305, 33306, 33308, 33309, 33311, 33312, 33315, 33316, 33317, 33319, 33334 Pet-friendly Community Tanning Center Professionally Landscaped Tennis Court On-site Management Basketball Court Valet Trash Service Racquetball Court Fitness Center Barbecue Grill Picnic Area Clothes Care Center Fitness Trail Car Wash Area 24hr Emergency maintenance Bal Harbour, Bay Colony, Bay Colony Club, Bermuda Riviera, Beverly Heights, Birch Park (Finger Streets), Boulevard Park (Isles), Breakwater Surf (Club), Central Beach, Chula Vista Isles, City View, Colee Hammock, Coral Ridge, Coral Ridge Country Club, Coral Ridge Isles, Coral Shores, Croissant Park, Dillard Park, Dolphin Isles, Dorsey Riverbend, Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Durrs, Edgewood, Flagler Village, Flamingo Park, Galt Ocean Mile, Golden Heights, Harbor Beach, Harbor Drive, Harbordale, Harbour Inlet, Harbour Isles, Hendricks and Venice Isles, Himmarshee Village (Historic District), Home Beautiful Park, Idlewyld, Imperial Point, Knoll Ridge, Lake Aire-Palm View, Lake Estates, Lake Ridge, Landings, Las Olas Isles, Lauderdale Beach, Lauderdale Harbours, Lauderdale Isles, Lauderdale Manors, Lauderdale West, Laudergate Isles, Lofts of Palm Aire Village, Melrose Manors, Melrose Park, Middle River Terrace, Montego Bay, Navarro Isle, North Beach Island, North Golf Estates, Nurmi Isles, Oak River, Palm Aire Village East, Palm Aire Village West, Poinciana Park, Poinsettia Heights, Port Royale, Progresso Village, Rio Vista, River Garden/Sweeting Estates, River Oaks, River Run, Riverland, Riverland Manors, Riverland Village, Riverland Woods, Riverlandings, Riverside Park, Riviera Isles, Rock Island, Sailboat Bend, Seven Isles, Shady Banks, South (Lauderdale) Beach, South Middle River, Sunrise Intracoastal, Sunrise Key, Sunset, Tarpon River, Tropical Point, Twin Lakes North, Victoria Park, Avenue Lofts Mill Lofts Foundry Lofts Nola Lofts Island City Lofts Las Olas by the River The Tides at Bridgeside Square Ocean Place Lauderdale One The Residences at Bayview Port Royale Sole NuRiver Landing The Symphony The Esplanade The Vue Villa Medici Bamboo Flats Pine Crest Village The Village at Sailboat Bend Oak Hammock Coral Heights Townhome The Grove at River Oaks Strada 315 Alexan Solmar Camden The Falls at Marina Bay 4 Forty Flagler Village Satori Sunrise Harbor The Exchange Landmark Lofts Las Olas by the River Altis Midtown 24 Grove East Village East Gables Wilton Park Wilton Station Wilton Tower The Sapphire Galt Ocean Club Royal Ambassador The Port Waterside on the Intracoastal Vantage View Lauderdale Tower 350 Las Olas Place The River House The Watergarden Island City Lofts The Venetian. Fort Lauderdale Wilton Manors Lauderdale by the Sea Oakland Park Rio Vista Victoria Park Collee Hammock House fenced yard garage townhouse villa condo apartment waterfront oceanfront house casa bedroom bed room dormitorio wellington lake worth florida jacksonville orlando lantana west palm beach royal palm beach congress avenue pga palm beach gardens blvd boulevard piscina pool hoa no hoa home owners association homeowners fpl electric cheap barrato street drive trampoline kitchen beautiful 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 33414 33412 33413 33415 33463 33467 33330 wood floor piso cuarto residencial short sale foreclosure property management leasing lease rental sale for sale sell rentar acre acreage perro fence piscina pool backyard carpets piso piso de madera one floor low move in now right money to move in ez deposit credit background report rapid approval no one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve rent w/d washer dryer dog cat pets pet patio balcony fence fenced bathrooms bedrooms bedroom bathroom walmart kmart us1 las olas blvd a1a ocean oceanfront canal views view galleria mall broward mall swap shop riverwalk sailboat bend wilton manors walk walking drive driving shopping stores store central ac south north west east floors floor paint crown molding window windows automatic furnished upscale luxury ok maps save parking laundry on site in unit apartment single family home condo townhome town home townhouse villa land loft in-law duplex triplex multifamily multi-family cabin cottage detached downtown fort lauderdale

·  March 23rd 12:04 am
·  5,000 ft²
·  Bedrooms: 8

YOU DECIDE Live in the garden duplex? Or Call the penthouse home with direct roof access to enjoy river, bridge and city views? Or Rent it all out and let the tenants pay all the bills? Investors or end users, this one's for you! Four story four family brick beauty in West Harlem's premiere neighborhood - Hamilton Heights. Each apartment is self containted - separate heating plants & hot water heaters. Original "turn of the century" details remaining include ornate fireplace mantels. Over 4,000 square feet of living space. Current configuration: Apartment 1: Garden duplex 1.5 baths, 2 bedrooms, den, in apartment laundry Apartment 2: 2 bedroom floor through Apartment 3 2 bedroom floor through, fireplace Apartment 4: 2 bedroom floor through, skylight in open kitchen, fireplace in living room direct access to potential roof deck This home is located on a tree lined block of mostly owner occupied row houses. All one block from the heart of the Hamilton Heights Historic District - gorgeous Convent Avenue. Enjoy every season outdoors in neighborhood parks. Two blocks west to Riverside Park & River Bank State Park: Free Shakespeare in the Amphitheater in Summer. Autumnal foliage along the Jersey Palisades in Fall. Indoor Olympic sized swimming pool. Outdoor skating rink. Cafe & restaurant. Picnic grounds. Jogging track. Ball fields. Bike trails. Gym. St. Nicholas & Jackie Robinson Parks to the east. Annual Spring/Easter festival. Concerts, film festival & book fairs in Summer. Snow sledding & annual Holiday Celebration in Winter. Children's play grounds, picnic grounds, jogging trails, dog runs & ball courts. Brunch & dinner & night life options are steps away: Authentic Italian delights at Coccola, Covo & Tonalli. Craft beers, wines & cocktails at The Grange. Mexican fare at La Condesa. Body Restaurant & Lounge. Hudson River Cafe. Dinosaur Bar B Q. and more. Cooking at home? Fairway is at W. 133. 24 hour Pathmark at West 145th. Transportation: #1, A, B, C, D subways at West 145 11 minutes to Columbus Circle 13 minutes to 42nd Street 37 minutes to Wall Street #4, #5, #101 buses at corner Subject to errors, omissions and prior sale. Willie Kathryn Suggs Licensed Real Estate Brokers 412 West 145th Street New York City 10031 917-202-1692 www.williesuggsharlem.com 646-964-4568 Follow us on Twitter. Like us on Facebook.

$1,999,999  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:30 am

TWO lots for the Price of one with Pavement, utilities in the street and already SPLIT. The 2 lots together are about 100' X 142' (2 50' X 142' lots). Owner may Carry with $15,000 down, but for $25,000 above full purchase price. Potential for perhaps someone wanting to see if the zoning may be made into commercial since it is residential with a business right across the street on Spring. The electric,gas, sewer and water, phone-in street. Zoned residential - potential property to live/have an office in. Great corner location across from a dentist office, & BEAUTIFUL Newly Remodeled High School, and the pool. Close to CITY and COUNTY Offices/JOBS and many less than 2 city blocks. Also many Steel Mill Workers, Proving Ground and Prison workers are looking for housing in the Downtown area. Here is the Visual Tour Link: http://www.visualtour.com/show.asp-t=2884908&prt=10003 Please note that the road is maintain by The City of Kingman and I only put county because there was not a choice of city. The property is only about 1/4 mile off of Interstate 40, super convenient and easy to get to from many places that is one of the reasons for Kingman's growth in the 70's was the Interstate and so many truckers went through here regularly and liked the climate so they purchased properties to be able to spend at least part of their time here. It is super close to Laughlin Nevada, Lake Mead, Lake Mohave and Lake Havasu City as well as the Colorado River, Havasupai Falls and of course the Grand Canyon and Grand Canyon West with the Skywalk out over the West Rim. Come see what the Wild Wild West may have in store for you Right here in my "neck of the high Desert" !

$18,500  

·  May 14th 10:14 pm
·  1,457 ft²
·  Bedrooms: 2

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

·  November 12th, 2013 10:37 pm
·  1,831 ft²
·  Bedrooms: 2

Visit The Road?s End Ranch?s Website for more information. Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! Only 7 miles from Springfield, The Road?s End Ranch has 120 acres of private, recreational, park-like property offering hunting, fishing, & 5 miles of ATV/horseback riding trails. Includes 2bd/2ba home, 2bd/1ba caretaker?s house, 90×40 outbuilding with shop & bunkhouse, 90×16 run-in shelter for horses, pastures, CRP & tillable fields, creek, rolling meadows, 2.5 acres of ponds & more. Main Home 1831 Sq ft 2bd/2ba 2.5 car attached garage Well and septic (Curran-Gardner water on property but not tapped to home) Wood-burning stove Built in 2000 Open floor plan Gorgeous views of property from every window Back deck overlooking pond Front porch overlooking horse pastures Potential to build walk-out basement or addition on existing home for more bedrooms or living space Sites on property to build a new home   Caretaker?s House Built circa 1980 and remodeled in 2005 1350 sq ft 2 BD/1 BA Full kitchen with pantry Laundry Room 2 x 6 construction Aluminum siding Well-insulated Central air & forced air heat (propane) New roof in 2007 New HV/AC in 2005 Well and septic 30 x 25 attached garage Presently rents at a discount rate of $600/mo in exchange for maintenance performed on ranch   Outbuilding 90 x 40 with concrete floor Shop 40 x 40 Insulated Floor drain 10? electric overhead door 50 x 40 area Loft Tack Room Storage 10 x 16 sliding doors Bunk House Bunk House Built in 2009 Main floor 20 x 15 with 8 x 15 loft (420 sq ft) Full Kitchen (refrigerator does not stay) Walls and ceiling well insulated Built-in electric A/C unit and electric baseboard heat Full bathroom Not necessary to winterize due to plumbing and heating design Well water and septic Wired for satellite and Direct TV Hunting Potential for leasing deer hunting rights for $4000 ? $6000 per weekend during shotgun and bow season Proven producer of deer and waterfowl Abundance of turkey, quail, and pheasant Rabbit, dove, morels, other edible mushrooms 40 acres of timber Plenty of land for multiple hunters and multiple deer stands Click here to watch an episode of ?Addicted to the Outdoors? filmed at The Road?s End Ranch.   For Horses Up to 7 acres of pasture, with 4 presently fenced. Corner posts are set for total of 7 acres 90 x 16 run-in shed with water and electric 5 miles of on-site wooded and open trails with rolling hills   Ponds Upper Pond 1.5 acres 8? ? 10? deep Rebuilt in 2008 Lower Pond 1 acre 24? deep Built new in 2008 and is spring-fed Record largemouth bass to date is 6lbs caught ice fishing Record channel catfish to date is 9 lbs Both ponds are stocked with largemouth bass, hybrid red-ear, channel catfish, and grass carp.   CRP Fields (CRP fields are large tracts of farm land that the government pays the farmer to leave fallow and grow into thick undergrowth.) Federal CRP (USDA Conservation Reserve Program) CRP Began in 2007 and expires in 2021 49 acres Pays $6,967.76 annually As part of CRP management, seller will be planting hardwood tress in the fall in a 1.3 acre stretch on the west side of the creek Part of 6.8 acres on east-side of creek will need to be frost seeded (re-seeded) in October 2013 by new owner Click here to download packet and maps State of Illinois CREP (Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program) (CREP is an enhanced version of the USDA Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). It is a Federal, State and Local partnership designed to retire frequently flooded and environmentally sensitive cropland to achieve restoration and long-term protection. In Illinois, landowners implement conservation practices in the eligible CREP watersheds to reduce sedimentation and nutrients, improve water quality, and to create and enhance critical habitat for fish and wildlife populations.) Permanent easement that began in 2007 and is for 25.4 cropland acres and an additional 40.11 timber acres Tillable Land 14 acres are currently tillable and has tenant farmer on a 50/50 crop share Income Opportunities Tillable Land CRP Fields Rent ranch for hunting season Event hosting/weddings/fundraising Horseback riding Horse boarding/grooming Cattle Catering Hunting Bed & Breakfast   -- Last Modified on September 1, 2013 (Internet 6228562)

$1,495,000  

·  May 16th 05:47 am
·  6,000 ft²
·  Bedrooms: 3

This double adobe home was built in 1884. All of the walls interior and exterior go down to the foundation, making this a very quiet and insulated home. The front doors are from India they are teak, we have matching smaller doors for a planned balcony above the front porch or to replace the back door to the house. All of the wood is clear fir, the living room floor is corner midered. Both fireplaces are working and there are 5 more chimneys that could be accessed for wood burning stoves upstairs and down. The walls are horse hair plaster and their imperfections are what makes them perfect. Many of the rooms are Venetian Plastered. The chandelier in the front red room is French from the 1800 s it is Vaseline glass. The fixtures in the living room are from a school house in Texas from the 1940 s. There are solid wood clear fir pocket doors in between the main living room and the media room. The house is situated for optimal use of solar gain, having the southwest facing windows in the living room that look out to the Galisteo River Basin. The heater in this house is hot water radiators, they are efficient and quiet, we have extra radiators for the upstairs and the system we have is sufficient to add an additional zone. Both bedrooms in the front of the house have ample walk in closets. All electrical and plumbing has been updated, except the living room and back hall. The kitchen sink is original, the quarter sawn oak cabinets were handmade and designed by a woodworking team that are the production designers for the Metropolitan Opera House. Their design is based on the hutch in the utility room, which is original to the house. The Kitchen Cabinets, feature lazy susan corner food cabinets and spice rack, there is above and floor lighting as well as in cabinet and over counter. All of the bottom cabinets pull out for easy access, including the 2 corner cabinets, the custom handles are cicadas. The cabinets and drawers are all dove tail finished. The butcher block counter tops are treated with a Swedish finish that is NOT toxic and very functional. The stove is a wedgewood from the late 1940 s with 2 ovens, 2 broilers 4 burners and a griddle, the firetruck above is a pot filler , fan and kitchen light also custom made The space beneath the stairs in the back hall, has been electrified and water has been run to it so it could be converted into a Laundry closet with the stackable Bosch washer/dryer as well as storage, we have the matching trim and door for it. We have purchased a matching smaller teak door to the front teak doors for either a balcony over the front door, or to replace the back door. The green room has a new private full bath, with clawfoot tub. The blue main full bath with clawfoot tub has been recently renovated, including subfloor, plumbing and electrical. The sink in the main bath was the original wood kitchen stove for the house. Water, sewage and radiator have been stemmed out upstairs above the main bath, for an additional bathroom and heating for upstairs. The entire main water line has been replaced from the meter to the house and all the 3 outdoor spikets. The door to the living area has been temporarily closed off from the back hall. As we rented the green room out as a B&B for $700 a month, and required privacy for our family. But it functions as a beautiful solid wood clear fir doorway as with all the doors in the house, they all have transoms. Upstairs The upstairs was never finished, we have removed almost all of the derelict horsehair plaster as it needed to be removed. We have replaced one window and have a door for the west side room with plans for a Romeo and Juliet balcony. These rooms are presently used for studio space and summer rentals at $450 a month each as they are rafter and unfinished with wide pine plank floors, with use of the outdoor kitchen and outdoor shower and outhouse. The roof does not leak, has not since we have owned the house, the white fabric in the center room was there when we bought the house, we have insulated and plastic wrapped the insulation. Astounding views and summer breezes. We have collected matching solid wood doors to complete the upstairs to match the downstairs. The Grounds The kitchen house has cold water and lends itself to a great spring, summer and fall entertaining area. All water gray lines of the house, casita and kitchen house feed the back and side bank trees. The outdoor shower has hot and cold water. The hot tub is on the southwest facing side of back yard. The garden is organic, the chicken coop is organic. The back barn was intended to be a large studio space once finished, we have the wood to do so. The outhouses are original , we have refurbished one with a composting toilet and added a working sink with water storage tank for parties or extra guests. The Casita The original building is Adobe we added a surround local rock and strawbale add on as well as a portal. We also added a second higher flat roof to it with the intentions of making a smaller version of the big house . It is plumbed for a washer dryer and two bathrooms , one in place already. The main casita has a full kitchen and walk in rock shower, the saloon doors were with the property, the sink is from the old firehouse in Cerrillos, the back splash was the cellar door to the original root cellar. The grounds are 1 and acre, with green space in front and on the southwest facing border, the 1200 acre Cerrillos Hills state park can be accessed through our yard gate. Cerrillos is a Historic Frontier town, and was the capital of NM for about a day. At one point in its history there 10,000 inhabitants in its hay day as a mining town. There is a Horse back riding facility walking distance to the house, they can take you up into the Cerrillos Hills State park at sunset or sunrise. You can contact Broken Saddle online or just go by. Also the Ranger station located adjacent from the stop sign at 1st and main offers many interesting activities, please check in with them. You can enjoy a meal, music, beer, shopping and a casual stroll through Madrid only 4 miles south on Hwy 14. Please look up the following calendars for town events Madrid Cultural Projects Mine Shaft Tavern The Hollar

$420,000  

·  March 23rd 12:02 am

DESCRIPTION The 946 acre Toler Farm has a long and rich history and is well known throughout the historic Greenbrier Valley as a top cattle farm. From the 1930 s to the late 1970 s, the farm was owned by Amos and Samuel Combs, one of the Valley s longest settled families. The farm contains approximately 281 acres of open ground consisting of pasture, row crop and alfalfa fields. The remaining 665 acreage contains valuable high quality hardwood timberland. There are two large farm houses and one guest home, along with several sheds and outbuildings. All buildings are in very good repair, as is the fencing and watering facilities throughout the farm. The pastoral setting of the farm is further complimented by the nearby charming village of Lewisburg, just 10 minutes east. Historic architecture, a vibrant arts scene, several restaurants, boutiques and art galleries all form an eclectic mix that enriches the laid-back lifestyle of the Valley. The area is blessed with modern medical facilities, a major airport, great shopping and all the conveniences found in larger cities. Still yet, with more cattle than people in the area, it is easy to get to know your neighbors and form lasting friendships. www.GreenbrierWV.com The world famous Greenbrier Resort is just 20 minutes east and Snowshoe Resort is only a 90 minute drive north. The Greenbrier River and New River plus 5 state parks offer unlimited outdoor recreational opportunities. LOCATION The Toler Farm is located in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, about 10 minutes west of the historic village of Lewisburg. From the intersection of Route 219 and Route 60 in Lewisburg, travel US Route 60 west 8 miles and the property will be on both sides of the road. The property may also be reached by taking the Alta Interchange (#161) on I-64 and traveling east on Route 60 for 1 miles and the property will be on the both sides of the road. Google Coordinates are: Latitude 037.8710149 N Longitude 080.5355866 W Elevation ranges from 2083 to 2530 Address is HC 40, Box 39, Lewisburg WV, 24901 THE SURROUNDING AREA The Toler Farm comes with a great community known for its friendly residents and laid-back lifestyle. The Greenbrier Valley is richly blessed with a wide array of cultural events that keep life in the valley interesting and satisfying. A year round live theater, Carnegie Hall (one of four in the USA), fine dining, art galleries and boutiques make up the thriving downtown historic district in Lewisburg is also the county seat of Greenbrier County and home to the WV Osteopathic Medical School (600 students) and the New River Community and Technical College. The area is a strong economic generator with a solid workforce employed in county/state government, tourism, hospitality, education, retail, construction, wood products, mining and agriculture. In 2011, Lewisburg was named Coolest Small Town in America and is just a 10 minute drive to complete shopping, churches, schools, medical-dental facilities, fine dining, and a modern hospital. The airport, with the longest runway in the state is just 10 minutes away and has daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. For the water enthusiast, the Greenbrier River is 10 miles away at Caldwell. The Greenbrier River is the last un-obstructed river east of the Mississippi and offers a great float/canoe/kayak experience. The fishing for small mouth bass is considered excellent. The Greenbrier River trail is an 86 mile long rails to trails system and offers exceptional hiking and biking opportunities along the scenic Greenbrier River. Within an hour s drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is a 90 minute drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast. The new 10,600 acre Boy Scout High Adventure Camp and home to the US and World Jamboree is an hour s drive. The world renowned 4-Star Greenbrier Resort, home of the PGA tour, is just 25 minute drive. Several other area golf courses are available in the area. Rock climbing, ziplining, horseback riding and the 100 + mile long Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail makes for a very active recreation area. HOUSES AND FARM STRUCTURES There are two large farm houses and one guest home on the property. These homes are all in excellent repair and well kept. The two historic farm houses are currently occupied, one by the owner and the other is rented. The guest home is occupied from time to time when friends and family come for a visit. Other structures include: 1 detached garage in good repair 1 Recreation building in excellent repair 2 large pole sheds in excellent repair 2 larger outbuildings in nice condition 1 hand cut stone building-Historic 1 Gazebo near the main house AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES The Toler Farm contains approximately 281 rolling acres of the Valley s richest agricultural land. For many years now, the farm has been leased to one of the area s outstanding farming and ranching families. Sustainable farming practices are utilized in every aspect of the farming operation and contribute heavily to the success of the farm. Close attention has been paid to fence maintenance, soil productivity (liming and fertilizing according to annual soil testing), weed control, pasture rotation to prevent overgrazing and the pastures are brush hogged on a routine basis. In the fall, after the corn has been harvested, winter rye is planted to retain the topsoil and prevent erosion. Cattle graze on seasonal grasses and several tons of hay is produced annually from the hay and alfalfa fields. A 40 acre portion of the open land is planted each year in corn and converted to silage to feed livestock during the winter months. The soils and elevation are also very well suited for the production of grapes and the farm would be an ideal place to establish a vineyard or commercial fruit orchard. The pasture areas are fenced and cross fenced and the fencing is considered to be in very good condition. Greenbrier County is noted for its production of beef cattle and the Toler Farm has long maintained a presence in the production of the highest quality Black Angus beef. There are 2 nice ponds on the property that stay full year round. The Greenbrier Valley is primarily agrarian based and is the #1 producer of cattle in the state and the second largest sheep producer. The area is also well known for the breeding of fine horses, having a rich tradition of show competion and horse pulls. The 4-H and Future Farmers of America youth groups are active in the community and area schools. Beekeeping is also a very popular pastime in the area and the Toler Farm would be well suited for the production of honey with some well-placed hives. FOREST RESOURCES AND WILDLIFE The Toler farm is blessed with 665 beautiful forested acres that have been well tended over the past 80 years of Combs-Toler ownership. Sustainable forestry practices have resulted in an extremely well manage forest that is highly productive. A morning walk in the forest offers a welcome respite from all the daily cares of the world. Listening to a wood thrush singing in the canopy is one dividend Wall Street can never promise. With excellent hardwood quality and numerous pole-sized and sawlog-sized stems, the tract s timber resource is well-positioned for product shifts over the coming decade which will drive its long-term asset value growth. Sawlog volumes are dominated by White oak, Red oak, Sugar Maple, Yellow Poplar and Black Cherry, some of the fastest-growing species with historically strong veneer and lumber market demand. Other species include Hickory, Ash, Sycamore, Buckeye and Sourwood. Several Heritage Trees can be found scattered throughout the forest and field edges. These ancient trees, some 200-300 years old, have withstood the test of time, weathering ice, wind, lightning strikes, fire and of course, woodpeckers. The forest is home to a vast array of wildlife which includes an amazing variety of song birds, owls, hawks, woodpeckers, ravens and wild turkeys. White tailed deer, raccoon, opossums, rabbits, chipmunks, coyotes, bobcats and maybe a black bear with her cubs enjoy the protection offered by the forest. The edge effect that is created between field and forest is the perfect habitat for all the resident wildlife. Oak, hickory and walnut trees drop tons and tons of nuts on the forest floor each fall. Beech trees, Stag horn sumac, black cherry and tulip trees produce seeds and berries as well. The forest trees provide an important nutrient source for the animals, thereby assuring they can gain enough fat to survive the winter. The forest floor is home to several types of mushrooms, medicinal plants, wild ginseng, ferns and cool green mosses. One could spend a lifetime getting to know this inviting environ. Parts of the forest were lightly thinned at various times over the past 80 years. There is an exceptional stand of medium aged timber that will be ready for harvest in the next 10 years. There are several thousand trees that may be harvested now but given a little time, these trees will mature into world class Veneer, export logs and high quality sawlogs. The timber thinnings have been conducted under the guidance of a professional forester, with the timber trails designed to flow with the lay of the land resulting in a network of easy to traverse trails for hiking, ATV and horseback riding. The forest is growing rapidly and the trees are healthy. No forest pests such as Gypsy Moth or Emerald Ash Borer have been found on the property. Some areas of the farm that were once cleared for pasture have been abandoned for agricultural use and are evolving into a well-stocked hardwood forest that will be ready for harvest in the next 30-40 years. Not surprising, the corn field, forest, shrubs and pasture grasses are highly productive in producing tons and tons of oxygen while at the same time eliminating huge amounts of Carbon Dioxide; Nature s way of reducing our Carbon Footprint. MINERAL RESOURCES The coal, oil& gas, sand and stone rights will convey with the property. There are no leases currently let and the property will convey with a fee simple title. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to have an attorney do a title search prior to purchasing. The Marcellus Shale underlies the property at a depth of 5000 + . The east coast Marcellus Shale Region is thought to contain enough natural gas to power the United States for over 100 years. The horizontal drilling technology necessary to reach the mile deep shale strata has rapidly evolved and drilling in the Marcellus strata is a reality in WV. There are no known coal reserves underlying the property. GEOLOGY-CAVES AND CAVERNS The entrance to a mile long cave system can be found on the eastern boundary of the farm. This cave was recently surveyed and mapped by a local geologist/spelunker Bill Balfour. It is literally a cool place to visit and enjoy being in a completely different and exciting environment. The temperature of the cave stays a cool 50 degrees year round. The Greenbrier Valley has a most unique geological formation called Karst Topography, which is an underlying system of caves and caverns that have been slowly carved out of the limestone rock strata over millions of years. This weathering away of the limestone produces lots of interesting formations both above and below ground and one can spend hours exploring for stalactites, stalagmites and fossils. TAXES AND DEED INFORMATION The property is assessed in as 945.66 acres in the Williamsburg District (#18), Tax Map 61, parcels14.R1 and 14.R2 Taxes for 2012 were assessed as Class II &III property in the amount of $1,886.07. Tax information may be found online at www.GreenbrierAssessor.com The deed is recorded in the Greenbrier County Courthouse, Lewisburg, WV in Deed Book 314, page 62. ZONING Greenbrier County has a Subdivision Ordinance and all prospective buyers contemplating division of property into lots should consult the Greenbrier County Planning Commission. All prospective buyers should contact the Greenbrier County Commission and Health Department when considering purchasing or developing any property in the county to determine if the property is subject to any additional zoning ordinances. Further information on county zoning may be found at www.GreenbrierCounty.net. UTILITIES There is electric and phone service on the property. Public water or sewer is not available at this time. Water may be provided by drilled well or spring. Sewer service is provided by septic systems. Satellite providers such as HughesNet provide high speed internet service. Television reception may be provided by either DirectTV or DishNetwork. Cell phone coverage is adequate in most places on the property. Weekly trash pick-up, daily newspaper and daily mail delivery is available at roadside. Overnight courier service is available. Public school buses run daily when school is in session. ACCESS AND BOUNDARIES The property was completely surveyed in April of 1937 by J.D. Hume. The boundary was found to contain 1030 acres, from which 84.34 acres was conveyed in September 1974, Deed Book 289, page 524, to the WV Department of Highways for the construction of Interstate 64. Most of the boundary lines have been recently surveyed by the adjoining property owner. Most of the boundary has some sort of fencing in various stages of repair running along the boundary line. The property is served by US Route 60, which is a year round, state maintained, paved highway. The property fronts on the highway for 1.8 miles. The Old Kanawha Turnpike (CR 60/11) leads down into the heart of the property. This road accesses only the farm and does not receive use by the public. The Alta Interchange (#161) on Interstate 64 is one mile west of the property. Please call the office today to arrange your private tour of this fantastic Greenbrier Valley farm. Richard Grist, Broker 304.646.8837 richard@gofoxfire.com

$2,700,000  

·  March 23rd 12:04 am
·  2,180 ft²
·  Bedrooms: 2

Less than ten minutes from historic downtown Lewisburg, resting in the shadow of Muddy Creek Mountain, you'll find a quiet little vineyard with charm to spare. Watts Roost is a farm vineyard producing a variety of wines from French-American Hybrid grapes. Established sixteen years ago, the vineyard enjoys attention for it award winning wines, and it seems the momentum has only just begun. (For a complete history of Watts Roost please see "Backyard Grapes" in the Maps and Documents section). DESCRIPTION Watts Roost is a charming 38 acre multiple use property located in the heart of the Greenbrier Valley. The 8.5 acre vineyard, modern winery and 1830 historic home, coupled with rolling pastures and magnificent old growth trees, create the quintessential estate property. In every direction there are spectacular long range views overlooking the Greenbrier Valley and distant mountains ranges. The cool temperate climate and loamy soils are conducive for the production of grapes, pears and peaches. The pastures are used for grazing sheep, cattle, llamas and donkeys and all do well on the native bluegrass that grows so well in the region. The trees scattered about the farm are very beautiful with some old growth Walnuts and Oaks that started growing in the 1800's. The song birds, deer, rabbits, wild turkey, and squirrels thrive here as the gentle laying land, farm pond and vegetative diversity creates the perfect wildlife habitat. The Valley has more cattle per square mile than people and the night sky is filled with stars and not light pollution. THE SURROUNDING AREA Watts Roost is more than just beautiful real estate; it comes with a great community known for its friendly residents and laid-back lifestyle. The Greenbrier Valley is richly blessed with a wide array of cultural events that keep life in the valley interesting and satisfying. A year round live theater, Carnegie Hall (one of four in the USA), fine dining, art galleries and boutiques make up the thriving downtown historic district in Lewisburg. Lewisburg is also the county seat of Greenbrier County and home to the WV Osteopathic Medical School (600 students) and the New River Community and Technical College. The area is a strong economic generator with a solid workforce employed in county/state government, tourism, hospitality, education, retail, construction, wood products, mining and agriculture. In 2011, Lewisburg was named Coolest Small Town in America and is just a 5 minutes' drive to complete shopping, churches, schools, medical-dental facilities, fine dining, and a modern hospital. The airport, with the longest runway in the state is just 10 minutes away and has daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. For the water enthusiast, the Greenbrier River is 2 miles away at Fort Spring. The Greenbrier River is the last un-dammed river east of the Mississippi and offers a great float/canoe/kayak experience. The fishing for small mouth bass is considered excellent. The Greenbrier River trail is an 86 mile long rails to trails system and offers exceptional hiking and biking opportunities along the scenic Greenbrier River. Within an hour's drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is 90 minute drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast. The new 10,600 acre Boy Scout High Adventure Camp and home to the US and World Jamboree is an hour's drive. The world renowned 4-Star Greenbrier Resort, home of the PGA tour, is just 20 minutes' drive. Several other area golf courses are available in the area. Rock climbing, ziplining, horseback riding and the 100 + mile long Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail makes for a very active recreation area. THE VINEYARD AND WINERY The new 3600' state- of- the- art winery was finished in June of 2010. Check back in for more information regarding equipment inventory, production capacity and annual production. Winery production capacity is 8,000-9,000 gallons a year. 17,300 liters storage (bulk wine) storage capacity Both red and white French-American hybrid grapes are grown on 8.5 acres. The French Hybrid Vines including Chardonel, Chamborcin, Chelois, Noiriet, Leon Millot, Landot Noir, Vidal Blanc, Fouch, and Ghost. These grapes are cold hardy and root-rot resistant. They mature within the growing season, and are picked in September-October. The winery uses only grapes grown in the vineyard for Watts Roost wines. Blackberry, Elderberry, and Blueberry fruit wines are offered. All wine production is done on-site. Once the wine is determined to be ready, it is bottled six bottles at a time. Each bottle is corked, capped and labeled one bottle at a time. Visitors to the vineyard can enjoy a tasting of eight to ten wines and a stroll in the vineyard. Awards and Festivals - Watts Roost Vineyard participates in festivals around West Virginia. *Check back in for a complete list of awards and festivals attended. THE WINE LIST DRY WINES 2011 Vidal Blanc - $12.00 A delightful & easy to drink dry white wine with fresh flavor. Vidal grapes are aged entirely in stainless steel with light oak. The result is pure & balanced with a full-mouth feel. Enjoy with ripe Brie, game, pork & poultry. Greenbrier White - $12.00 This crisp off-dry white Chardonel grape with a splash of Vidal Blanc has a lingering finish. Enjoy with vegetables, seafood, pork, poultry & white sausages. Surprising good with kettle corn. 2010 Chambourcin - $12.00 A medium-bodied, softly dry & subtly bold ruby-colored wine with unique flavor & aroma. Created from Chambourcin, Foch & Vidal grapes. Expected to age well. Quickly became a favorite of ours. Enjoy with beef, venison & sausages. Greenbrier Red - $12.00 A medium-bodied dry blend of four red grape varietals. Hints of tobacco, smooth & oaky. Enjoy w/sausages, game, beef, lamb & spicy dishes. Named best estate-bottled wine in West Virginia - 2013. SEMI-SWEET WINES Calico White - $10.00 This true semi-sweet greets you with pleasant flavors & a nice finish. It's pure refreshment for you on a hot day. Easy to drink alone or with fruit, sweet ham & Asian foods. We don't know the name of the grape, we just call it "ghost." Ros - $10.00 Crafted of Vidal and Chambourcin grapes this semi-sweet wine is fruity and beautifully soft in color, taste & aroma. Good with eggs, quiche, cream sauces light cheeses & fruit. Hern's Mill Red - $12.00 A soft semi-sweet red based on a Best of the East winner. A nose full of aroma & a tongue full of taste. Drink by itself or with cheese, baguette & fruit. Also poultry, pork & salmon. A good all around blend of Vidal & Chambourcin grapes. Can be chilled or mulled. Calico Red - $10.00 A semi-sweet red wine from a Chelois grape. Sweetness up front with a peppery/smoky finish. Enjoy with red pastas, veal, pork, & tomato-based food. Silver Medal winner 2010 Wines of the South competition. Use a splash of this wine to replace the spoonful of sugar in chilis & stews & tomato sauces. Blackberry - 750ml $12.00 Rich & fruity. Lovely with desserts, fruit & chocolate. Drink chilled or at room temperature. Pour over ice cream & angel food cake. Use this wine in chocolate brownies, cake, fondue or berry cobblers. Bronze Medal winner in Wines of the South Competition & FL State Fair Int'l. Wine & Grape Juice Competition. Silver Medal winner in WV Commercial Wine Competition. SWEET WINES Sweet Charlotte - $10.00 A white wine created with 100% Vidal grapes. Sweet & refreshing on a hot day. Sweet, but still a wine. Vintner's Special Sweet Lucie - $10.00 or 3 for $20.00 - A sweet red blend of Vidal & Chambourcin grapes. Our very sweetest wine. Enjoy with a berry tart & anything chocolate. Can be chilled or mulled. Blueberry - $12.00 Instantly feel refreshed as you savor the distinctive taste of blueberries. Drink chilled or at room temperature. Lovely with desserts, fruit and chocolate. Elderberry - $12.00 Called Grandmother's wine. The rich and fruity flavors compliment desserts, fruit & chocolate. Can be served chilled or at room temperature. Silver Medal winner Florida State Fair International Wine & Grape Juice Competition (2010) & 2011 Wines of the South. HISTORIC HOME AND GUEST HOUSE THE HISTORIC HOME'S first section was built circa 1830 and contained the kitchen, dining room and upstairs bedroom (now the study). In 1876, the living room, sitting room and two upstairs bedrooms were added. For 135 years the home did not have an indoor bathroom but in 1965 the first one was added, finally bringing the home into the modern era. Today, this charming home is completely restored; on the covered porch there is an old porch swing providing the perfect space to enjoy a cup of coffee and watch the sun rise over Valley. THE GUEST HOME, known as the Hen House' is a reverse living design with open floor plan containing the kitchen-dining-living space. This space is cheerful and inviting with sun streaming in from both north and south. Two master bedrooms complete the interior upper floor living space. Outside, there is a covered deck off the eastern master bedroom and an open porch running the length of the southern side. These porches overlook the vineyard and peach orchard. On the downstairs floor of the Hen House, there is a two car garage, large storage room, bathroom and a crafts-gardening room. A POTTING SHED is located between the historic home and the Hen House and has a concrete floor,power and water. LOCATION Watts Roost is located in Greenbrier County WV, 3 miles west of the Lewisburg Interchange (#169) on I-64. The property has year round access on paved state maintained roads. Elevations on the property run from 2037 to 2186 above sea level. Address: 2245 Blue Sulphur Pike Lewisburg, WV 24901 GPS/Google Mapping: Old Asbury Road Lewisburg, WV 24901 Latitude: 037.102968N Longitude: 080.5048787W ACCESS AND BOUNDARIES The property fronts paved state maintained County Route 33 and provides excellent year round access to the property. The property runs along the road for about 1000'. The perimeter of the property is completely fenced. Gravel drives provide interior access to the homes and winery. UTILITIES Electric - MonPower Propane - AmeriGas @ Greenbrier Valley Mall Landline Phone - Suddenlink Internet - High speed, Suddenlink Cable - Suddenlink Water - Wells {2} Sewer - Septic. Historic home and guest home on one system, winery on separate system. Garbage Disposal - Greenbrier Valley Solid Waste Currently there is electric, phone and cable. There is also high speed internet connection. Cell phone coverage is excellent in this area. Insurance carrier- Farm Family, Russell Bennett agent. HVAC Service- Dixon Refrigeration, Mike Dixon Pest Control- Terminex. Quarterly treatment. Plumbing- Calvin Elmore Electrician- Scott Graham Building Contractor- Neal Rhodes Cell phone- ATT, Verizon, US Cellular Mail and parcels- USPS, UPS AND FEDX Newspaper Delivery- WV Daily, Beckley Herald Register, Charleston Gazette, WSJ AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES Excepting the area encompassing the vineyard and homes, the remaining 27 acre is predominately pasture and meadow well suited for raising livestock. This is limestone country and the sweet soils and temperate climate create the perfect mix for the grasses to thrive during the summer months and remain productive well into the late fall and early winter. A portion of the property is also suited for the production of row crops and vegetables. Several nice garden spots are available but be sure to plant a little extra for the rabbits to enjoy. Pumpkins will do well here too. The Greenbrier Valley is primarily agrarian based and is the #1 producer of cattle in the state and the second largest sheep producer. The area is also well known for the breeding of fine horses, having a rich tradition of show competion and horse pulls. The 4-H and Future Farmers of America youth groups are active in the community and area schools. There is a farm pond already in place and several other sites would be suitable for creating additional ponds and watering troughs if so desired. Fencing is excellent and the entire perimeter of the property is fenced and there is cross fencing in place. Beekeeping is also a very popular pastime in the area and Watts Roost would be well suited for the production of honey with some well-placed hives. SHEEP AND CATTLE PRODUCTION COTSWOLD SHEEP PROJECT: Cotswold sheep are a rare and ancient breed brought by Romans at the time of Christ to England. These sheep gravitated to the Cotswold Hills in Wales and southwest England as they were the only breed to thrive in these harsh conditions. Greenbrier Cotswold is growing a flock of pure Cotswolds. At this time there are both pure Cotswold lamb and partial Cotswold lamb for sale. Ground lamb, chops and leg steaks are available for purchase. In the spring, the sheep are shorn and the fleece is sold. Fleece is sold at county wool pool and Cotswold wool is sold at festival and online. CATTLE PROJECT: Cattle are also raised at Watts Roost. Calves are born in the late February and March and over the next 7 months put on weight at 2-3 pounds a day. A 70 pound calf at birth will weigh in at about 500-600 pounds at the end of October. FOREST RESOURCES The majority of the trees growing are Black Walnut. White Oak, Red Oak, Hickory, Sugar Maple, Tulip Poplar, Black Cherry and Mountain Ash are the predominant species comprising the other trees found scattered across the property in the hollow and hillside portion of the farm. Although there is little commercial timber value, the forest is healthy and shows no signs of forest pest or disease. Not surprising, the vineyard, forest, shrubs and pasture grasses are highly productive in producing tons and tons of oxygen while at the same time eliminating huge amounts of Carbon Dioxide; Nature's way of reducing our Carbon Footprint. MINERAL RESOURCES The Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Field is thought to underlay te property and natural gas companies have been aggressively leasing natural gas rights in the area. To the Sellers knowledge, there have been no gas wells drilled on the property and no coal mining has ever been done. The Sellers are conveying all mineral rights and oil and gas rights they own and they have not leased any coal or natural gas rights to any companies. TAXES AND DEED INFORMATION The property is taxed in Class II in Fort Spring District, Greenbrier County WV on Tax Map 5, parcels 11, 11.2 and 11.3 totaling 38 acres. Annual property taxes in 2012 were $798.63. The deed is recorded in the Greenbrier County Courthouse in Lewisburg WV in Deed Book 484, Pages 283 and 287. ZONING The property is located in Fort Springs District and is subject to some county zoning restrictions. Greenbrier County has a Subdivision Ordinance and all prospective buyers contemplating division of property into lots should consult the Greenbrier County Planning Commission. All prospective buyers should contact the Greenbrier County Commission and Health Department when considering purchasing or developing any property in the county to determine if the property is subject to any additional zoning ordinances. Please call the office for a guided tour of this fantastic property. 304.661.6543 Directions From the Lewisburg Interchange (#169) on I-64, take Route 219 South to the intersection of Rt. 60. Turn right on Rt. 60 East (Washington Street) travel 1.4 miles and take a left onto County Route 33 (Muddy Cr. Mtn Road/Blue Sulphur Turnpike) and travel 2.1 miles to the entrance of Watts Roost on the left.

$1,900,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 01:51 am
·  Bedrooms: 1

Palia Kakopetria (the old part of the village) is the most beautiful and picturesque part of the village and it is built on the place where Kakopetria had first arisen (Old Village). Today, this part of the village is actually on the west side of the village, and more specifically it emerges from the left side of the valley Solia. Palia Kakopetria is surrounded by two rivers: Karkotis and Garilis. The architecture of Palia Kakopetria will attract and amaze you with its distinct character. The houses are all built very close to each other and almost all of them have two floors. The roofs of the houses seem to be united as a big imaginable road. Every house had a little yard where they usually kept logs which were used in the mud-oven and in the tsiminia which is something similar to the fireplace. Among the traditional and picturesque houses of Kakopetria lies a tortuous stone made road. Within the efforts for the embellishment of Palia Kakopetria, a sewage system was put below the stone made road. The traditional architecture and building of the houses offer to the village a special colour. The entire village is a unique sample of original folk architecture. The inhabitants of the village have contributed to the conservation of the folk architecture of the village as they began restoring their houses on their own but also according to the guidelines of the Department of Antiquities. The first houses were restored in 1980. Both the participation of the inhabitants of Kakopetria and the governmental services has ensured the renaissance of the traditional architecture of the village. Palia Kakopetria is under the protection of the Department of Antiquities and it is classified as an ancient monument. After the classification of Kakopetria by the Department of Antiquities as an ancient monument, more restorations have begun. For example an old wine press and a watermill were repaired. Palia Kakopetria is a vivid museum of folk tradition and architecture and offers to every visitor amazing landscapes and many elements of the Cypriot civilization. WATERMILLS Due to the abundant waters of the rivers Karkotis and Garillis, two watermills were built in the mountainous village Kakopetria. The two watermills were called Milos tis Gonias (watermill in the corner) and the Milos tou Hadjistavrinou (the mill of Hadjistavrinos). The first one was built on the central road, on the left bank of the river of Agios Nikolaos. The second one was built near the central road between the estuaries of the two rivers. The watermills began their operation in the middle of the 18th century and more specifically in 1754. They finally closed down after the end of the Second War World. The watermills used to grind grain and barley to make flour. The two watermills of Kakopetria worked in order to cover the needs of the village but also for the vicinal villages especially in periods of droughts. Some testimonies claim that many people arrived from different parts of the island such as Mesaoria, Pitsilia, Ambelochoria and Pafos, in order to use the mill. They used to stay in Kakopetria for 3 to 5 days as they had to wait for 2 days in order to finish their job. It is said that the people who used the mill paid a special fee, called grind fee which was actually a fixed amount of money for the service of the mill. The miller was getting paid either in money or in different products. A distich saved by Papadopoulos Athanasios declares the great reputation of the mills of Kakopetria and especially of the so-called Milos tis Gonias For this famous watermill there are also some other documents. The mill was built by a deacon of Saint Nicholas monastery in 1754. The documents which were found agree that this mill belonged to the Archbishop and then it was rent to others and sometime later, the archbishop decided to sell it. Information that we have claims that the Archbishop has bought it for three hundred pounds and another one says that five other people have bought it together for two hundred and fifty pounds. After the cease of its operation, the Milos tis Gonias was restored, in 1980. The mill of Hadjistavros was demolished. The first one is nowadays a tourist sight and its present owner is Aristeidis Papa. The people who visit the Mill can learn some basic things for its operation and the history of the mills in Cyprus. When you enter in the premises of the mill you will see a rectangular wooden tub, which is narrower at the bottom. In this tub they used to put cereals, wheat and barley. On the millstone they used to place a special lever which grinded the cereals in small or coarse grains. On the millstones there was an axle, sometimes wooden and sometimes iron made. The axle began its operation when the water entered in the water wheel. The water begun its course in the headrace, then it continued in a wooden channel and then after a vertical fall it entered in a special water hole, which is built on the side of the water wheel. After this course, the force of the water caused the operation of the millstones. Through the description of the Mills, we can see that the inhabitants of Kakopetria exploited perfectly the water of the village. We can also discover the cultural and historical side of the village. KAKOPETRIAS FOREST The forest of the village covers 25.500 hectares and it lies on Troodos. It consists the National Forest Park. It is one of the most beautiful forests in Cyprus and has many natural beauties such as natural trails and roads. The most important trails are: 1. The trail which begins from Xilovrisi Troodos Mnimata ton Episkopon and it stops in Apotheri. In older times, this trail was the main road for Troodos. 2. The trail which begins from Kannaoures-Pezounokremo and it stops at Saint Nicolas Stegis. Some of the most important locations in the forests are: Laxia tou Koufou, Skotini, Apotheri, Pezounokremmos, Zoumi, Neron tou Pefkou, Kokkinorotsos, Troullin tou Mouchtari, Livadi tou Papaphilippou, Pitera, Mnimata ton Episkopon, Alas, Platania, Karvounas, Pikromiloudi, Kannoures and Fterikeri. The most important types of trees and bushes are: Turkish pines (pinus brutia) start from Kakopetria and stop in Amiandos. On the top of Olympus you will meet many Austrian pines (Pinus nigra) and of course cypresses. The banks of the two rivers of the village are dressed with platens and aldes. You will be amazed by the platens near the forest station of Platania. The main types of bushes are: latzia, antrouklia, sfentamies, sterakies, wild apple trees, wild roses and xistarkies. The majority of the village of Solea and Pitsilia take potable water from this forest. Garilis and karkotis, which rise from the forest, are joined in the village and form another river called Klarios which irrigate the valley of Solia. In the village, near the forest station there is a camping place for the tourists. The forest station is the base of three other forest regions: the one of Troodos, Limassol and Adelfi. At Moutti ton mnimaton above the Mnimata ton Episkopon there was the first fire guard house. At that time, when a fire had burst, the two rangers of the area run to the fire station of Platania and informed the fire men. Nowadays, the messages for any fire bursting in the area are sent by phones, cell phones or walkie-talkies. During the Turkish occupation, there were big kilns for the elaboration of tar. You can see one of them near the location Pervolia, another one at the location Atsoupokamino, near Pikromiloudi and the last one at the location Kamioudi. Till recently there were

$135,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 08:20 am
·  Bedrooms: 3

Palia Kakopetria (the old part of the village) is the most beautiful and picturesque part of the village and it is built on the place where Kakopetria had first arisen (Old Village). Today, this part of the village is actually on the west side of the village, and more specifically it emerges from the left side of the valley Solia. Palia Kakopetria is surrounded by two rivers: Karkotis and Garilis. The architecture of Palia Kakopetria will attract and amaze you with its distinct character. The houses are all built very close to each other and almost all of them have two floors. The roofs of the houses seem to be united as a big imaginable road. Every house had a little yard where they usually kept logs which were used in the mud-oven and in the tsiminia which is something similar to the fireplace. Among the traditional and picturesque houses of Kakopetria lies a tortuous stone made road. Within the efforts for the embellishment of Palia Kakopetria, a sewage system was put below the stone made road. The traditional architecture and building of the houses offer to the village a special colour. The entire village is a unique sample of original folk architecture. The inhabitants of the village have contributed to the conservation of the folk architecture of the village as they began restoring their houses on their own but also according to the guidelines of the Department of Antiquities. The first houses were restored in 1980. Both the participation of the inhabitants of Kakopetria and the governmental services has ensured the renaissance of the traditional architecture of the village. Palia Kakopetria is under the protection of the Department of Antiquities and it is classified as an ancient monument. After the classification of Kakopetria by the Department of Antiquities as an ancient monument, more restorations have begun. For example an old wine press and a watermill were repaired. Palia Kakopetria is a vivid museum of folk tradition and architecture and offers to every visitor amazing landscapes and many elements of the Cypriot civilization. WATERMILLS Due to the abundant waters of the rivers Karkotis and Garillis, two watermills were built in the mountainous village Kakopetria. The two watermills were called Milos tis Gonias (watermill in the corner) and the Milos tou Hadjistavrinou (the mill of Hadjistavrinos). The first one was built on the central road, on the left bank of the river of Agios Nikolaos. The second one was built near the central road between the estuaries of the two rivers. The watermills began their operation in the middle of the 18th century and more specifically in 1754. They finally closed down after the end of the Second War World. The watermills used to grind grain and barley to make flour. The two watermills of Kakopetria worked in order to cover the needs of the village but also for the vicinal villages especially in periods of droughts. Some testimonies claim that many people arrived from different parts of the island such as Mesaoria, Pitsilia, Ambelochoria and Pafos, in order to use the mill. They used to stay in Kakopetria for 3 to 5 days as they had to wait for 2 days in order to finish their job. It is said that the people who used the mill paid a special fee, called grind fee which was actually a fixed amount of money for the service of the mill. The miller was getting paid either in money or in different products. A distich saved by Papadopoulos Athanasios declares the great reputation of the mills of Kakopetria and especially of the so-called Milos tis Gonias For this famous watermill there are also some other documents. The mill was built by a deacon of Saint Nicholas monastery in 1754. The documents which were found agree that this mill belonged to the Archbishop and then it was rent to others and sometime later, the archbishop decided to sell it. Information that we have claims that the Archbishop has bought it for three hundred pounds and another one says that five other people have bought it together for two hundred and fifty pounds. After the cease of its operation, the Milos tis Gonias was restored, in 1980. The mill of Hadjistavros was demolished. The first one is nowadays a tourist sight and its present owner is Aristeidis Papa. The people who visit the Mill can learn some basic things for its operation and the history of the mills in Cyprus. When you enter in the premises of the mill you will see a rectangular wooden tub, which is narrower at the bottom. In this tub they used to put cereals, wheat and barley. On the millstone they used to place a special lever which grinded the cereals in small or coarse grains. On the millstones there was an axle, sometimes wooden and sometimes iron made. The axle began its operation when the water entered in the water wheel. The water begun its course in the headrace, then it continued in a wooden channel and then after a vertical fall it entered in a special water hole, which is built on the side of the water wheel. After this course, the force of the water caused the operation of the millstones. Through the description of the Mills, we can see that the inhabitants of Kakopetria exploited perfectly the water of the village. We can also discover the cultural and historical side of the village. KAKOPETRIAS FOREST The forest of the village covers 25.500 hectares and it lies on Troodos. It consists the National Forest Park. It is one of the most beautiful forests in Cyprus and has many natural beauties such as natural trails and roads. The most important trails are: 1. The trail which begins from Xilovrisi Troodos Mnimata ton Episkopon and it stops in Apotheri. In older times, this trail was the main road for Troodos. 2. The trail which begins from Kannaoures-Pezounokremo and it stops at Saint Nicolas Stegis. Some of the most important locations in the forests are: Laxia tou Koufou, Skotini, Apotheri, Pezounokremmos, Zoumi, Neron tou Pefkou, Kokkinorotsos, Troullin tou Mouchtari, Livadi tou Papaphilippou, Pitera, Mnimata ton Episkopon, Alas, Platania, Karvounas, Pikromiloudi, Kannoures and Fterikeri. The most important types of trees and bushes are: Turkish pines (pinus brutia) start from Kakopetria and stop in Amiandos. On the top of Olympus you will meet many Austrian pines (Pinus nigra) and of course cypresses. The banks of the two rivers of the village are dressed with platens and aldes. You will be amazed by the platens near the forest station of Platania. The main types of bushes are: latzia, antrouklia, sfentamies, sterakies, wild apple trees, wild roses and xistarkies. The majority of the village of Solea and Pitsilia take potable water from this forest. Garilis and karkotis, which rise from the forest, are joined in the village and form another river called Klarios which irrigate the valley of Solia. In the village, near the forest station there is a camping place for the tourists. The forest station is the base of three other forest regions: the one of Troodos, Limassol and Adelfi. At Moutti ton mnimaton above the Mnimata ton Episkopon there was the first fire guard house. At that time, when a fire had burst, the two rangers of the area run to the fire station of Platania and informed the fire men. Nowadays, the messages for any fire bursting in the area are sent by phones, cell phones or walkie-talkies. During the Turkish occupation, there were big kilns for the elaboration of tar. You can see one of them near the location Pervolia, another one at the location Atsoupokamino, near Pikromiloudi and the last one at the location Kamioudi. Till recently there were Key selling points: Condition: Needs Renovation Floor space: 6594. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2051903/

$135,000  

·  February 14th 03:21 pm
·  139 m²
·  Bedrooms: 2

Casa Marina is an old stone house settled right on the waterfront in the center of historical old -town Sibenik. It has 2 brand new one-bedroom apartments that have a fabulous view of crystal clear Adriatic Sea. These units are 70 m2 of warm and comfortable interior that satisfy all your expectations and is on the first and second floor. Each bedroom provides a perfect comfort for 2 adults with its own bathroom. Fully equipped kitchen, dining room and designer decorated living room share 42m2 of the apartment giving you a perfect place to dine and enjoy glass of wine with the beautiful view of sunset. Each living room has a 2 persons sleeping sofa. The apartment is equipped with the latest modern conveniences, providing you all the luxury you might need during you holiday. City of Sibenik is located in a large bay where the Krka River meets the sea. It grew from an old Croatian fort near the fortress of St. Michael, which still overlooks the town among many others. Its narrow winding streets, stony houses, many staircases and the remains of the city walls give Sibenik that romantic Mediterranean atmosphere. Sibenik’s atmosphere is very youthful and lively; city has great personality and some great things to see and enjoy. Little streets lead to attractive squares where modern shop windows unite really nice with the fine and stylish architecture of the vanished centuries. Sibenik archipelago is the area of Adriatic aquarium in vicinity of Sibenik which consist of about 25 islands stretching along the coast over the area of about 160 square kilometers. Although this is a pretty large number of islands, only six of them are permanently populated with total of just about 7.5 thousand people. Due to its scarce population, Sibenik Archipelago is popular to visit among people who seek isolation and beautiful, untouched nature. MUST SEE in Sibenik area – Casa Marina Except all the heritage sites and beautiful places to visit in the city center that has a lot to offer, First Class Croatia is advising you to visit the following and whatever you choose, if not all, you will not regret it. NATIONAL PARK KRKA The empire of Krka River, the magnificent karstic beauty traveling two thirds of its way to the sea through canyons. On its green path, it has seven falls, the last one being Skradinski buk with an average flow of 55 cubic meters of water per second. National Park Krka is rich in flora and fauna. 222 bird species live there, making it one of the most valuable ornithological areas in Europe. You can visit it by boat, car or on foot. Make sure you visit the ethno museum on one of the old mills. National Park Krka also has the only hawk training center in Croatia where you can see presentations of hunting with hawks and hawk trainers’ skills. KORNATI ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK is a group of about 130 islands, islets and reefs sprinkled in the deep blue sea of the Adriatic covering an area of about 64 square km. The Kornati have no permanent inhabitants, although the present owners from nearby larger Dalmatian islands periodically visit Kornati to tend their vineyards and olive groves, bringing their sheep to graze. The sea around the islands is rich with fish and a variety of marine life.... The islands have no spring water, only rainwater collected in water holes. The unique feature of the islands lies in their rugged shores with many caves and coves. The landscape of chalk limestone is covered with bushes of rosemary, juniper, lavender, thyme, myrtle and sage. Pathways leading to steep and huge cliffs facing the open sea and others gently decline towards the sea, ending in a small bay with a jetty and one or two fishermen's cottages surrounded by pine, olives and fig trees. There are daily boat trips from Sibenik or Murter to Kornati islands. PAKLENICA NATIONAL PARK is Croatian National park that cover the most attractive parts of southern Velebit, as well as its highest peaks, all located in Lika region. Paklenica is an area of unusual contact between the sea and the mountain, rich in natural forests of beech, black pine and mountain pine. Besides making trips to the National Park, exploring the countryside and seeing what sport opportunities there are is also recommended. As already mentioned there are many water sports you can join here like sailing, water skiing, windsurfing...Nautical center is situated in Šibenik where you can get all detailed information. We must not forget diving around Kornati, since it is a really special event, as is also the rafting on the river Cetina. Rafting on the river Cetina is a special adventure where you can see the karst area by the river and test your adventure spirit. We also suggest visiting the nearby Skradin, renting a bike in a rent-a-bike center and exploring the countryside. For the brave and those who search a true adventure there is bungee jumping from the Sibenik Bridge. All who have tried bungee say they would like to try in once more and maybe this is a good opportunity to do this, for the first or some other time. RESTAURANTS AND BARS (our guests recommended): 1. Pelegrini Restaurant 2. Restaurant Gradska Vijecnica, Adress: Trg Republike Hrvatske (old town Sibenik) 3. Highlander Pub and Restaurant 4. Vino & Ino wine bar and concept store HOW TO GET HERE Flight to Croatia: If you are flying to Zagreb – you can take a A1 highway to Sibenik (316 kilometers) If you are flying to Split – you can take a A1 highway to Sibenik (50 kilometers) Zagreb airport Split airport Zadar airport Croatian airliner By train: Croatian Railways By boat: Croatian national ferry/ship company For more info about events, local sites, shopping, beaches, sport clubs please email us or visit Sibenik Tourist board web site. Daily higher price: 175 EUR Daily lower price: 135 EUR Min Stay: 3 nights. http://www.arkadia.com/zeue-t65397/

·  February 14th 03:21 pm
·  120 m²
·  Bedrooms: 3

The Harbor Terrace is conveniently located in centre of the old city. Everything you are looking for is located right outside of your front door. Within a walking distance you can find clear ocean and georgeous island beaches. Enjoy living in the downtown with everything by your hand; convenient stores, farmers market, bars and restaurants where you can endulge in alfresco dining. The Harbor Terrace is an old stone, fully renovated house with only two units. The one bedroom unit is located on the second floor of the building. It is perfect for a couple that seeks for total privacy and enjoyment in luxury. Large dining and living room (has also a 2 persons sleeping sofa) together with a fully equipped kitchen open up to the most romantic balcony in the area, providing you superb views overlooking Murter houses and their roofs. Architecturally designed and built, all the units are equipped with the latest modern conveniences, providing you every luxury you might need during your holiday. The two bedroom unit occupies an entire floor of the house and is located on the first floor of the building. The bedrooms provide perfect comfort for two adults and two children. A large kitchen, dining and living room (with a 2 persons sleeping sofa) open up to the fully furnished and secluded balcony overlooking the narrow streets of the downtown. Architecturally designed and built, all the units are equipped with the latest modern conveniences, providing you every luxury you might need during your holiday. Croatia is famous for its amazing coastline. While the island of Murter, where the Harbor Terrace is located, may not be as well known as some other beaches and islands, it will certainly not disappoint. Located in central Dalmatia between Zadar and Sibenik, Murter is a true island but is easily accessible by car across a small bridge. The island is small enough to avoid overcrowding in the summer, but is still buzzes with activity and provides all the amenities that you would want for even a lengthy holiday. While you never need to leave Murter to enjoy a complete vacation, you can venture out and enjoy a wonderful day trip to Split or other destination along the Dalmatian coast. Alternatively, hire a boat at the marina and spend the day exploring the Kornati Island National Park, consisting of 89 islands, just off of Murter. Murter island and nearby sites Except taking beautiful walks on the beach, exploring the old town and it’s vibrant galleries, souvenir shops, bars and restaurants, taking a hike on many trails through olive tree gardens, First Class Croatia is advising you to visit the following and whatever you choose, if not all, you will not regret it. NATIONAL PARK KRKA The empire of Krka River, the magnificent karstic beauty traveling two thirds of its way to the sea through canyons. On its green path, it has seven falls, the last one being Skradinski buk with an average flow of 55 cubic meters of water per second. National Park Krka is rich in flora and fauna. 222 bird species live there, making it one of the most valuable ornithological areas in Europe. You can visit it by boat, car or on foot. Make sure you visit the ethno museum on one of the old mills. National Park Krka also has the only hawk training center in Croatia where you can see presentations of hunting with hawks and hawk trainers’ skills. KORNATI ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK is a group of about 130 islands, islets and reefs sprinkled in the deep blue sea of the Adriatic covering an area of about 64 square km. The Kornati have no permanent inhabitants, although the present owners from nearby larger Dalmatian islands periodically visit Kornati to tend their vineyards and olive groves, bringing their sheep to graze. The sea around the islands is rich with fish and a variety of marine life.... The islands have no spring water, only rainwater collected in water holes. The unique feature of the islands lies in their rugged shores with many caves and coves. The landscape of chalk limestone is covered with bushes of rosemary, juniper, lavender, thyme, myrtle and sage. Pathways leading to steep and huge cliffs facing the open sea and others gently decline towards the sea, ending in a small bay with a jetty and one or two fishermen's cottages surrounded by pine, olives and fig trees. There are daily boat trips from Sibenik or Murter to Kornati islands. PAKLENICA NATIONAL PARK is Croatian National park that cover the most attractive parts of southern Velebit, as well as its highest peaks, all located in Lika region. Paklenica is an area of unusual contact between the sea and the mountain, rich in natural forests of beech, black pine and mountain pine. Besides making trips to the National Park, exploring the countryside and seeing what sport opportunities there are is also recommended. As already mentioned there are many water sports you can join here like sailing, water skiing, windsurfing...Nautical center is situated in Šibenik where you can get all detailed information. We must not forget diving around Kornati, since it is a really special event, as is also the rafting on the river Cetina. Rafting on the river Cetina is a special adventure where you can see the karst area by the river and test your adventure spirit. We also suggest visiting the nearby Skradin, renting a bike in a rent-a-bike center and exploring the countryside. For the brave and those who search a true adventure there is bungee jumping from the Sibenik Bridge. All who have tried bungee say they would like to try in once more and maybe this is a good opportunity to do this, for the first or some other time. NEARBY CITIES 1. City of Sibenik – one of the oldest native Croatian cities on the Adriatic Sea. 2. City of Zadar - a city of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage, a city of tourism. RESTAURANTS AND BARS (our guests recommended): 1. Restaurant Fabro, Murter 2. Restaurant Boba, Murter 3. Restaurant Tic Tac, Murter HOW TO GET HERE Flight to Croatia: If you are flying to Zagreb – take a A1 highway to Murter island (Kornati and Vodice exit). Total of 300 Km If you are flying to Split –take a A1 highway to Murter island (Kornati and Vodice exit) 50 kilometers or local road trough City of Trogir. Zagreb airport. Split airport. Zadar airport. Croatian airliner. By train: Croatian Railways By boat: Croatian national ferry/ship company For more info about events, local sites, shopping, beaches, sport clubs please email us or visit Murter Tourist board web site. Daily higher price: 170 EUR Daily lower price: 105 EUR Min Stay: 3 nights. http://www.arkadia.com/zeue-t65398/

·  February 14th 09:05 pm
·  Bedrooms: 2

Character mid terraced thatched cottage in the centre of a popular moorland village. Entrance hall, utility room, fitted kitchen, sitting room, bathroom, 2 double bedrooms, garden room. Unfurnished. Available immediately. EPC Band E. Tenant fees apply. ACCOMMODATION Comprising ENTRANCE HALL UTILITY ROOM Plumbing for washing machine, electricity consumer unit and meter KITCHEN Fitted wall and base units, beamed ceiling, electric hob and oven, dishwasher, stable door to rear garden SITTING ROOM Electric night storage heater, wood burning stove, beamed ceiling, stairs leading to first floor LOBBY BATHROOM White suite, shower from mixer over bath, heated towel rail FIRST FLOOR Landing with electric night storage heater BEDROOM 1 Double room with beamed ceiling and electric night storage heater BEDROOM 2 Double room, exposed roof trusses EXTERNAL Pretty rear garden (gardener included in rent) with views over surrounding countryside. There is a sun room in the garden which can be used for storage but is not totally watertight at present. Stags understands that the Landlord intends to restore this in the spring/summer of 2012 when the tenant would have full use of it.. SITUATION The property is located in the moorland village of North Bovey. North Bovey is a thriving community with an active village hall and the highly regarded Ring Of Bells public house. Whilst enjoying a rural location, North Bovey has close connections to the villages of Chagford, Manaton and Lustleigh, and access to the amenities in the larger towns of Moretonhampstead and Bovey Tracey, some 2 and 8 miles distant, respectively. These bustling towns have a full range of local amenities including medical, veterinary and dental services, delicatessens, galleries, banks, bakeries, a library, churches and inns. The A38/Devon Expressway is 10 miles to the southeast and the A30 to the north with links to Exeter and Cornwall, is only 8.5 miles and there are mainline railway stations at Exeter and Newton Abbot. For recreational purposes, the open spaces of Dartmoor lie just to the west of the town and the lovely south Devon beaches are mostly within an hours driving distance. Newton Abbot is a market town with a cattle market on Wednesday, general market on Saturday and a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational facilities, primary and secondary schools and there are plenty of golf courses within the area. SERVICES Mains water, electricity. Council Tax Teignbridge Council . Band C. 1341.12 pa. DIRECTIONS From the A38 northbound, take the Goodstone exit signed for the A383 and take the first left turn signposted for Widecombe. Continue for approximately 3.3 miles taking a right turn at Cold East Cross onto the B3387. Continue for approximately 1.5 miles, merging once, and turn right at the signpost for Hounds Tor and Manaton. Continue on this road for 3 miles, taking a right turn at Heatree Cross signed for Manaton and Becky Falls. Stay on this road, passing Langstone Cross, and follow signs for North Bovey until you reach the village green. The property will be found in the middle of the terrace of thatched houses facing the green. From the A38 southbound, exit at the Drumbridges roundabout taking the fourth exit signposted for Bovey Tracey and Moretonhampstead. Proceed for approximately 7.4 miles and turn left opposite Wray Barton Manor. Continue for three-quarters of a mile taking a right turn at the T junction. Proceed for 1.5 miles taking the left hand turn at Hospit Cross. continue into the village of North Bovey until you reach the village green. The property will be found in the middle of the terrace of thatched houses facing the green. LETTING The property is available to rent on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy. Rent 795.00 per calendar month exclusive of charges for all utilities, council tax and telephone. Deposit 895.00 (Higher if a pet is allowed), refundable at the end of the tenancy less any agreed deductions. All deposits for properties let through Stags are held in an approved Tenancy Deposit Scheme. Usual references required. Viewings strictly by appointment with Stags. TENANT FEES When applying to rent a property through Stags there will be a tenants administration fee of 200 plus VAT to cover all single and joint applications. For any additional tenants or guarantors there will be a further fee of 50 plus VAT. The Stags Tenants Administration Fee is an all inclusive fee to cover the costs in taking up of references (to include a credit check), tenants contribution towards the drawing up of tenancy agreement, notification of service utilities, and if compiled schedule of condition/inventory and associated check in. There are no additional administration, check in fees or charges payable by tenants as a consequence of applying or taking up a tenancy through Stags. Further details and information are attached to the Stags Tenancy Application Form and for further clarification before arranging a viewing please contact the lettings office dealing with the property. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. 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$954 /month  

·  February 14th 11:33 pm
·  350 m²
·  Bedrooms: 6

The Villa Belvedere is a brand new building with only 4 units. It is conveniently located a 5 minute walk from the center of town. A few quick steps outside your front door and you'll have the choice of two of the beaches of the island. In 10 minute walk you will find yourself on the best beach of the island, Podvrske beach. There is a small parking area and kayak rentals. Causeway leads out to a small island with many wonderful spots for swimming and snorkeling. At the end of the day, stroll back to your luxury apartment and enjoy a glass of wine on an ocean-view balcony before walking to main part of town to enjoy a drink or alfresco seafood dinner at one of the many bars and restaurants along the waterfront. While you never need to leave Murter to enjoy a complete vacation, you can venture out and enjoy a wonderful day trip to Split or other destination along the Dalmatian coast. Alternatively, hire a boat at the marina and spend the day exploring the Kornati Island National Park, consisting of 89 islands, just off of Murter. It has 2 boutique one-bedroom apartments which are warm and spacious and both on the ground floor. Each has substantial space for two adults and has a 2 persons sleeping sofa in the living room. A large patio extends out into the garden area, allowing you to enjoy an alfresco breakfast with the ocean breeze. Sitting on the deck at almost any time of day is fantastic - for breakfast, lounging with a book, soaking up the sun or enjoying an evening cocktail. Architecturally designed and built, the unit is equipped with the latest modern conveniences, providing you every luxury you might need during your holiday. The first two-bedroom appartment is warm and spacious, with substantial space for 4 to 6 adults and is on the first floor. This two-bedroom unit occupies an entire floor of the building. Spacious bedrooms provide perfect comfort. A large kitchen, dining and living room (with a 2 persons sleeping sofa) open up to the furnished balcony with ocean views allowing you to enjoy an alfresco breakfast with the ocean breeze. Sitting on the terrace at almost any time of day is fantastic - for breakfast, lounging with a book, soaking up the sun or enjoying an evening coctail. Architecturally designed and built, the all units are equipped with the latest modern conveniences, providing you every luxury you might need during your holiday. This topfloor second two-bedroom appartment is warm and spacious, with substantial space for 4 to 6 adults and is on the second (top) floor. This two-bedroom unit occupies an entire floor of the building. Spacious bedrooms provide perfect comfort. A large kitchen, dining and living room (with a 2 persons sleeping sofa) open up to the furnished balcony with ocean views allowing you to enjoy an alfresco breakfast with the ocean breeze. Sitting on the terrace at almost any time of day is fantastic - for breakfast, lounging with a book, soaking up the sun or enjoying an evening coctail. Architecturally designed and built, the all units are equipped with the latest modern conveniences, providing you every luxury you might need during your holiday. Croatia is famous for its amazing coastline. While the island of Murter, where the Villa Belvedere is located, may not be as well-known as some other beaches and islands, it will certainly not disappoint. The island is small enough to avoid overcrowding in the summer, but is still buzzes with activity and provides all the amenities that you would want for even a lengthy holiday. Murter island and nearby sites Except taking beautiful walks on the beach, exploring the old town and it’s vibrant galleries, souvenir shops, bars and restaurants, taking a hike on many trails through olive tree gardens, First Class Croatia is advising you to visit the following and whatever you choose, if not all, you will not regret it. NATIONAL PARK KRKA The empire of Krka River, the magnificent karstic beauty traveling two thirds of its way to the sea through canyons. On its green path, it has seven falls, the last one being Skradinski buk with an average flow of 55 cubic meters of water per second. National Park Krka is rich in flora and fauna. 222 bird species live there, making it one of the most valuable ornithological areas in Europe. You can visit it by boat, car or on foot. Make sure you visit the ethno museum on one of the old mills. National Park Krka also has the only hawk training center in Croatia where you can see presentations of hunting with hawks and hawk trainers’ skills. KORNATI ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK is a group of about 130 islands, islets and reefs sprinkled in the deep blue sea of the Adriatic covering an area of about 64 square km. The Kornati have no permanent inhabitants, although the present owners from nearby larger Dalmatian islands periodically visit Kornati to tend their vineyards and olive groves, bringing their sheep to graze. The sea around the islands is rich with fish and a variety of marine life.... The islands have no spring water, only rainwater collected in water holes. The unique feature of the islands lies in their rugged shores with many caves and coves. The landscape of chalk limestone is covered with bushes of rosemary, juniper, lavender, thyme, myrtle and sage. Pathways leading to steep and huge cliffs facing the open sea and others gently decline towards the sea, ending in a small bay with a jetty and one or two fishermen's cottages surrounded by pine, olives and fig trees. There are daily boat trips from Sibenik or Murter to Kornati islands. PAKLENICA NATIONAL PARK is Croatian National park that cover the most attractive parts of southern Velebit, as well as its highest peaks, all located in Lika region. Paklenica is an area of unusual contact between the sea and the mountain, rich in natural forests of beech, black pine and mountain pine. Besides making trips to the National Park, exploring the countryside and seeing what sport opportunities there are is also recommended. As already mentioned there are many water sports you can join here like sailing, water skiing, windsurfing...Nautical center is situated in Šibenik where you can get all detailed information. We must not forget diving around Kornati, since it is a really special event, as is also the rafting on the river Cetina. Rafting on the river Cetina is a special adventure where you can see the karst area by the river and test your adventure spirit. We also suggest visiting the nearby Skradin, renting a bike in a rent-a-bike center and exploring the countryside. For the brave and those who search a true adventure there is bungee jumping from the Sibenik Bridge. All who have tried bungee say they would like to try in once more and maybe this is a good opportunity to do this, for the first or some other time. NEARBY CITIES 1. City of Sibenik – one of the oldest native Croatian cities on the Adriatic Sea. 2. City of Zadar - a city of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage, a city of tourism. RESTAURANTS AND BARS (our guests recommended): 1. Restaurant Fabro, Murter 2. Restaurant Boba, Murter 3. Restaurant Tic Tac, Murter HOW TO GET HERE Flight to Croatia: If you are flying to Zagreb – take a A1 highway to Murter island (Kornati and Vodice exit). Total of 300 Km If you are flying to Split –take a A1 highway to Murter island (Kornati and Vodice exit) 50 kilometers or local road trough City of Trogir. Zagreb airport. Split airport. Zadar airport. Croatian airliner. By train: Croatian Railways By boat: Croatian national ferry/ship company For more info about events, local sites, shopping, beaches, sport clubs please email us or visit Murter Tourist board web site. Daily higher price: 510 EUR Daily lower price: 315 EUR Min Stay: 3 nights. http://www.arkadia.com/zeue-t65399/

$2,205 /week  

·  November 17th, 2012 06:37 am
·  Bedrooms: 1

SWEET HOME HAS AN AMAZING AND SPLENDID SWIMMING POOL: SALT WATER AND NATURAL CHLORINE (NON CHEMICAL), SAFE FOR YOUR SKIN AND EYES, IT'S LIKE TRANSPARENT AND CLEAN SEA-WATER. IT'S SURROUNDED BY PINE TREES TO MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY RELAXING AND ENJOYABLE ! SWEET HOME is a splendid (independent) apartment in villa close to the sea and to very famous archaeological sites: Third century Greek temple and amphitheatre of Segesta (20 minutes), antique roman town of Selinunte (40 minutes), archaeological site and gorgeus museum of Mozia and Marsala (40 minutes), splendid XI century Norman and Arab monuments of Palermo, XI century Norman Cathedral of Monreale. Live this atmosphere enjoying your staying in a new villa surrounded by pine trees, private garage, very large garden (s.m. 3000). Notices Pets allowed (prior arrangement), Shared garden, Individual means of transport desirable Location Ground floor, in an accommodation of only ground floor View of Countryside . Altitude less than 100 m / less than 285 ft. Aspect South-East. Sea : 2.5 km / 7125 ft. Palermo : 40 km. Apartment in a house, Close to A-road / Motorway, Pebbly beach nearby, Sandy beach nearby, Rocky beach nearby. Beach : 2.5 km / 7125 ft, Shops : 500 m / 1425 ft, Restaurant : 1 km / 2850 ft, Village centre : 2.5 km / 7125 ft, Train station : 2.5 km / 7125 ft, Airport : 10 km, Activities in the vicinity Mountain Biking / Cycling, Equitation, Thermal Baths, Sailing, Water sports, Scuba diving, Tennis, Fishing, Horse riding, Hiking, Museum, Historical site, Windsurfing Means of access by flight: from Palermo's Falcone-Borsellino airport, take the motorway to Trapani and after 25 minuts exit to Balestrate. By sea, from Genova, Livorno, Naples: arrived in Palermo take the motorway to Trapani and after 25 minuts exit to Balestrate.......BUT IF YOU ARE LOST, DON'T WORRY..I WILL PICK YOU UP BY CAR, WALKING, STEPPING, HELICOPTER...JUST CALL ANTONIO ... I will be happy to suggest beautiful trips around and close splendid beaches !!!! Hints and Tips Is better to come by car or rent a car there. Many beautiful beaches, nice pubs and restaurants, classic and modern music concerts and old Greek language tragedies at amphitheatre of Segesta, many amenities, all this is close and easy to reach by car. SHOWN PRICE IS REFERRED TO 2 PERSONS. ASK FOR MULTI APARTMENTS PRICE IF YOUR GROUP IS COMPOSED OF MORE THAN 2 PERSONS Discover Sicily? Start from here ! It's the best! SICILY It's more than an island! Discover Sicily and discover the world. The world's first multicultural society, Sicily is Italy's (and Europe's) most historically cosmopolitan region, having been ruled by Asians, Africans and Europeans. Sicily is black and white and a million shades of gray. SICILY There's no other place on Earth like Sicily. Our island is a unique place full of art, archeology, history, folklore and breathtaking scenery. And, of course, great food. Sicily is almost a nation unto itself. The enchanting land where Archimedes taught and Saint Paul preached was a Greek colony, a Roman province, an Arab emirate and a Norman kingdom. The Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Swabians, Angevins and Aragonese made Sicily their own, leaving behind an eclectic history that you can still touch today. And Sicily will touch you. Sicily is Europe, Africa and Asia on one island. Greek tyrants, Arab emirs, Norman knights, Byzantine bishops and Holy Roman Emperors made Sicily the place it is. Experience their legacy in Phoenician settlements, Punic cities, Greek temples, Roman amphitheatres, Norman Arab castles and Aragonese churches. Thirty centuries of history expressed in the Classical, the Romanesque, the Gothic, the Baroque... Sikania to its most ancient peoples, Sicily was Sikelia, Plato's utopian society, to the ancient Greeks. Later, the sonnet was created at the Court of Frederick II, and Sicily found her place in the literature of Dante and Boccaccio. Sunny Sicily is Punic Palermo, towering Taormina, ancient Agrigento, splendid Siracusa, and medieval Monreale and Cefalù. And God created Sicily. The place where the mountains meet the sea. Sicilia, the island in the sun, is home to Heavenly beaches, majestic mountains and Europe's greatest natural wonder, Mount Etna. Sicily's coasts are gold with orange and lemon orchards. In northeastern Sicily you'll find lush forests. In the central regions you'll encounter rugged land and rolling hills. Dignified vineyards, ancient olive groves, hardy almond orchards and endless wheat fields complete the picture. Summer is amber land under a sky of blue. Winter finds palm trees dusted with snow in a surreal symphony. Spring is a rainbow of wild flowers set against greenest fields... If you could choose just one place to visit where you could witness everything from the culture of Hellenic antiquity to the glories of the Middle Ages and the wonders of the Renaissance, shaped by a dozen civilizations, Sicily would be that place. Yes, our island is Italian. And French and Spanish and Greek, with a few German and Arab nuances in the cultural mix. Sicily is the world's island. A place where time and tradition have been forged by peoples and faiths from the north and south, from the east and west. Timeless beauty in eclectic diversity: Europe, Africa and Asia in one magical moment... THE ISLAND Sicily, the largest island of the Mediterranean Sea has a vaguely triangular shape and is surrounded by the Tyrrhenian Sea on the North and the Ionic Sea on the East. The Canal of Sicily on the southwest is about 140 km from the African continent. The straight of Messina about3 km divides the island from the mainland, Italy, on the Northeast. Its territory is mostly hilly. *COASTLINE The Sicilian coastline surpasses 1.000 km and 1.500 km, if the smaller islands are included. The Northern coastline stretches from Capo Peloro near Messina to Capo Lilibeo near Marsala. In the West, it extends from Marsala to Trapani and changes landscape completely turning into the white of the salt water (saline). The Southern coastline, sandy and low, reaches Capo Passero the extreme southern part of Sicily in the province of Ragusa. Still, the Eastern coastline is characterized by the presence of numerous gulfs: Noto, Augusta and Catania. North of Catania, tall hills of calcareous stones from the Peloritan Mountains and lava stones from Mount Etna distinguish the surroundings with spectacular breathtaking views. *MOUNTAINS AND VOLCANOES The Sicilian Apennines can be considered in part as a continuation of the Calabrian Apennines and are divided in three different sections: the Peloritan Mountains between Messina and Patti (northeast); the Nebrodi Mountains (northwest) and, further West, the Madonie Mountains. Mount Etna is not only the highest mountain in Sicily 3.323 m) but also the highest active volcano in Europe. Sicily is made up of three volcanic districts: the Aeolian Islands, Etna and the Canal of Sicily. *ISLANDS AND ARCHIPELAGOES Small islands and archipelagoes are to be found around the island: the Aeolian Islands and Ustica north of Sicily in the Tyrrhenian Sea; the Aegadian Islands off the coast of Trapani on the West side; and Pantelleria and the Pelagie Islands with Lampedusa in the Southwest of the Canal of Sicily. HISTORY The Mediterranean Sea has played a crucial role in the development of the most ancient civilities since the XIV century BC and so has Sicily, with its fascinating and bloody history of dominations that have shaped the character of its people, as well as its territory and architecture throughout the centuries. - Prehistoric Sicily (1270-735 BC) - Archeological remains have been found in the necropolises of Pantalica and Cassibile (nearby Syracuse). Siculi, Sicani and Elymi were the original populations of the island, but were not native peoples. The Siculi lived in the south centeral part, northwest of Syracuse; the Sicani, probably not an Indo-European population, lived on the western side; and the Elymi founded Erice and Segesta. The Carthaginians, coming from the northern African coasts, colonized Solunto, Panormo (now Palermo), Mozia and Lilibeo. - The Greek Colonization (735-212 BC) - Naxos was the first Greek colony in Sicily, founded in 735 BC. Syracuse was funded a year later in 734 BC. The former populations (Sicani, Siculi and Elymi) completely ousted the Carthaginians in 480 BC. The battle of Himera marked the beginning of Greek supremacy on the island. It is during this period that culture and architecture flourished leaving to the island the richest archeological heritage in the Mediterranean of classical Greece. There is no village in Sicily that does not have some archeological evidence of the influence by Magna Grecee. - Roman Sicily (212 BC-468 AC) - Sicily became a Roman province in 227 BC. The Romans built large feudal estates and imposed taxes. It was during this period that the island made its name as Rome's "bread basket", since it provided about 1/5 of the wheat necessary to the city. Syracuse resisted against the Roman dominion, but it finally surrendered after a long and brutal assault in 211 BC. The conditions under the Romans fueled two slavery revolts that ended in bloody massacres in 131 BC and 99 BC. In spite of the continuous turmoil, Sicily managed to be one of the most important economic drivers of the Roman supremacy in the Mediterranean. In II AC, Christianity spread out in the island. With the fall of the Roman Empire, Sicily was conquered by Genserico, King of the Vandals, in 468 AC. - Arab Sicily (827-1061) - Starting in 827, Sicily became a target for frequent Arab raids. However, only in 902 did the Arabs take total control of the island. During this period, Palermo and its surroundings turned into a prosperous symbol of Arab Sicily. The local aristocracy assisted the Emir through an assembly ca... http://www.arkadia.com/qsqk-t1295/

·  July 27th, 2013 09:38 am

Information about the distances and others: Location: secluded along with a few other rural estates, Approximate number of inhabitants within a radius of 500 m (r=500m): 450.00 m, Distance to the nearest rural estate: 50.00 m, Altitude: 150.00 m, Wine cellar: YES, Barbecue: YES, Taking part in preparing traditional meals: YES, Picking of : grapes, Taking part in work on the rural estate : in the wine cellar, Town center: 500.00 m, Sea: 1000.00 m, Name of the nearest place on the coast : Rakalj, Pharmacy: 10000.00 m, Ambulance: 500.00 m, Exchange office: 3000.00 m, Gas station: 12000.00 m, Market: 500.00 m, Bus stop: 500.00 m, Ferry port: 27000.00 m, Nearest ferry port: Pula, Heavy traffic road: 5000.00 m, Water supply : local waterworks, Accessibility by car : excellent, Public transportation services : not very convenient, Parking space: yes, Outdoor pool: 7000.00 m, Indoor pool: 7000.00 m, Boccia field: YES, Cycling trails: YES, Museum/gallery: 500.00 m, Bank: 10000.00 m, Post office: 3000.00 m, Bar: 500.00 m, Restaurant: 15000.00 m, The host lives or temporarily stays on the premises: YES, Description : In a small town Rakalj which is located on the west coast of the Bay of Rasa in a separate, secluded location overlooking the Raski channel and the beautiful clear blue sea, is the Valic family farm. On this beautiful farm, there are two apartments that can accommodate 10 people. If you want to escape from the city hustle and bustle this is the perfect place for you and your family. Learn how to take care of the animals that feed them, how to pick olives, do gardening and plant various fruits. Ms. Valic as every housewife is a excellent cook and will teach you how to prepare traditional Istrian dishes on the authentic home hearth. With her husband, Mr Rika, who is a very skilled fishermen, you can go fishing with his 6.5 meter boat. Mr. Valic especially likes night fishing, which he says is the best when the nights have a full-moon. If you decide to visit this farm n the fall or early spring, join the hosts in picking grapes, mushrooms and asparagus. Meet the countryside and see the natural beauty using the Valic family bikes that can be rented at no additional charge. This farm is located only 500 m from the village Castelanovo d'Ars, which is the birthplace of the famous Croatian writer Mate Balota. In his house there is an ethnographic collection and a museum of pottery-stonework. This is an ideal place to rest if you life peace, quiet, old crafts and literature. , Name: Valic Family Rural Estate, Authentic accommodation: YES Additional Information: Type: A4+2, Star rating: 3 star, Floor: First floor, Apartment size $ m 2 : 80.00, Number of extra beds (in lounge, dining-room, kitchen) : 2.00, Heating: central, Radio: YES, Iron: (service available at your request), Dishes and cutlery: YES, Deep freezer: YES, Breakfast: available upon request, Cleaning: at arrival, Internet access: YES, Heating: included, Internet: included, Breakfast: 5.00 EUR per person / per day Key Features TV, Microwave, Microwave, Microwave, Dishwasher, Coffee Maker Amenities TV, Microwave, Microwave, Microwave, Dishwasher, Coffee Maker, Refrigerator, Washing Machine Only, Garden View, Garden View, Bathtub, Hair Dryer, Crib, Terrace Property View Garden View, Garden View Airport Info Airport : 20000.00, Nearest airport : Pula Payment Policy Residential tax is included in price. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t46044/

$504 /week  

·  July 27th, 2013 09:38 am

Information about the distances and others: Location: secluded along with a few other rural estates, Approximate number of inhabitants within a radius of 500 m (r=500m): 450.00 m, Distance to the nearest rural estate: 50.00 m, Altitude: 150.00 m, Wine cellar: YES, Barbecue: YES, Taking part in preparing traditional meals: YES, Picking of : grapes, Taking part in work on the rural estate : in the wine cellar, Town center: 500.00 m, Sea: 1000.00 m, Name of the nearest place on the coast : Rakalj, Pharmacy: 10000.00 m, Ambulance: 500.00 m, Exchange office: 3000.00 m, Gas station: 12000.00 m, Market: 500.00 m, Bus stop: 500.00 m, Ferry port: 27000.00 m, Nearest ferry port: Pula, Heavy traffic road: 5000.00 m, Water supply : local waterworks, Accessibility by car : excellent, Public transportation services : not very convenient, Parking space: yes, Outdoor pool: 7000.00 m, Indoor pool: 7000.00 m, Boccia field: YES, Cycling trails: YES, Museum/gallery: 500.00 m, Bank: 10000.00 m, Post office: 3000.00 m, Bar: 500.00 m, Restaurant: 15000.00 m, The host lives or temporarily stays on the premises: YES, Description : In a small town Rakalj which is located on the west coast of the Bay of Rasa in a separate, secluded location overlooking the Raski channel and the beautiful clear blue sea, is the Valic family farm. On this beautiful farm, there are two apartments that can accommodate 10 people. If you want to escape from the city hustle and bustle this is the perfect place for you and your family. Learn how to take care of the animals that feed them, how to pick olives, do gardening and plant various fruits. Ms. Valic as every housewife is a excellent cook and will teach you how to prepare traditional Istrian dishes on the authentic home hearth. With her husband, Mr Rika, who is a very skilled fishermen, you can go fishing with his 6.5 meter boat. Mr. Valic especially likes night fishing, which he says is the best when the nights have a full-moon. If you decide to visit this farm n the fall or early spring, join the hosts in picking grapes, mushrooms and asparagus. Meet the countryside and see the natural beauty using the Valic family bikes that can be rented at no additional charge. This farm is located only 500 m from the village Castelanovo d'Ars, which is the birthplace of the famous Croatian writer Mate Balota. In his house there is an ethnographic collection and a museum of pottery-stonework. This is an ideal place to rest if you life peace, quiet, old crafts and literature. , Name: Valic Family Rural Estate, Authentic accommodation: YES Additional Information: Breakfast: available upon request, Cleaning: at arrival, Type: A2+1, Star rating: 3 star, Floor: Ground-floor, Apartment size $ m 2 : 40.00, Number of extra beds (in lounge, dining-room, kitchen) : 1.00, Heating: central, Radio: YES, Iron: (service available at your request), Dishes and cutlery: YES, Deep freezer: YES, Internet access: YES, Heating: included, Internet: included, Breakfast: 5.00 EUR per person / per day Key Features Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning, TV, Microwave, Microwave, Coffee Maker Amenities Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning, TV, Microwave, Microwave, Coffee Maker, Refrigerator, Washing Machine Only, Garden View, Garden View, Shower, Hair Dryer, Crib, Terrace Property View Garden View, Garden View Airport Info Airport : 20000.00, Nearest airport : Pula Payment Policy Residential tax is included in price. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t46045/

$364 /week  

·  July 27th, 2013 09:38 am

Information about the distances and others: Location: secluded along with a few other rural estates, Approximate number of inhabitants within a radius of 500 m (r=500m): 450.00 m, Distance to the nearest rural estate: 50.00 m, Altitude: 150.00 m, Wine cellar: YES, Barbecue: YES, Taking part in preparing traditional meals: YES, Picking of : grapes, Taking part in work on the rural estate : in the wine cellar, Town center: 500.00 m, Sea: 1000.00 m, Name of the nearest place on the coast : Rakalj, Pharmacy: 10000.00 m, Ambulance: 500.00 m, Exchange office: 3000.00 m, Gas station: 12000.00 m, Market: 500.00 m, Bus stop: 500.00 m, Ferry port: 27000.00 m, Nearest ferry port: Pula, Heavy traffic road: 5000.00 m, Water supply : local waterworks, Accessibility by car : excellent, Public transportation services : not very convenient, Parking space: yes, Outdoor pool: 7000.00 m, Indoor pool: 7000.00 m, Boccia field: YES, Cycling trails: YES, Museum/gallery: 500.00 m, Bank: 10000.00 m, Post office: 3000.00 m, Bar: 500.00 m, Restaurant: 15000.00 m, The host lives or temporarily stays on the premises: YES, Description : In a small town Rakalj which is located on the west coast of the Bay of Rasa in a separate, secluded location overlooking the Raski channel and the beautiful clear blue sea, is the Valic family farm. On this beautiful farm, there are two apartments that can accommodate 10 people. If you want to escape from the city hustle and bustle this is the perfect place for you and your family. Learn how to take care of the animals that feed them, how to pick olives, do gardening and plant various fruits. Ms. Valic as every housewife is a excellent cook and will teach you how to prepare traditional Istrian dishes on the authentic home hearth. With her husband, Mr Rika, who is a very skilled fishermen, you can go fishing with his 6.5 meter boat. Mr. Valic especially likes night fishing, which he says is the best when the nights have a full-moon. If you decide to visit this farm n the fall or early spring, join the hosts in picking grapes, mushrooms and asparagus. Meet the countryside and see the natural beauty using the Valic family bikes that can be rented at no additional charge. This farm is located only 500 m from the village Castelanovo d'Ars, which is the birthplace of the famous Croatian writer Mate Balota. In his house there is an ethnographic collection and a museum of pottery-stonework. This is an ideal place to rest if you life peace, quiet, old crafts and literature. , Name: Valic Family Rural Estate, Authentic accommodation: YES Additional Information: Iron: (service available at your request), Dishes and cutlery: YES, Deep freezer: YES, Breakfast: available upon request, Cleaning: at arrival, Type: A2+1, Star rating: 3 star, Floor: First floor, Apartment size $ m 2 : 40.00, Number of extra beds (in lounge, dining-room, kitchen) : 1.00, Heating: central, Radio: YES, Internet access: YES, Heating: included, Internet: included, Breakfast: 5.00 EUR per person / per day Key Features Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning, TV, Microwave, Microwave, Coffee Maker Amenities Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning, TV, Microwave, Microwave, Coffee Maker, Refrigerator, Washing Machine Only, Garden View, Garden View, Shower, Hair Dryer, Crib, Terrace Property View Garden View, Garden View Airport Info Airport : 20000.00, Nearest airport : Pula Payment Policy Residential tax is included in price. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t46046/

$364 /week  

·  February 13th 06:52 pm
·  70 m²
·  Bedrooms: 1

Casa Marina is an old stone house settled right on the waterfront in the center of historical old -town Sibenik. It has 2 brand new one-bedroom apartments that have a fabulous view of crystal clear Adriatic Sea. This unit has a 70 m2 of warm and comfortable interior that satisfy all your expectations and is on the first floor. The bedroom provides a perfect comfort for 2 adults with its own bathroom. Fully equipped kitchen, dining room and designer decorated living room share 42m2 of the apartment giving you a perfect place to dine and enjoy glass of wine with the beautiful view of sunset. The living room has a 2 persons sleeping sofa. The apartment is equipped with the latest modern conveniences, providing you all the luxury you might need during you holiday. City of Sibenik is located in a large bay where the Krka River meets the sea. It grew from an old Croatian fort near the fortress of St. Michael, which still overlooks the town among many others. Its narrow winding streets, stony houses, many staircases and the remains of the city walls give Sibenik that romantic Mediterranean atmosphere. Sibenik’s atmosphere is very youthful and lively; city has great personality and some great things to see and enjoy. Little streets lead to attractive squares where modern shop windows unite really nice with the fine and stylish architecture of the vanished centuries. Sibenik archipelago is the area of Adriatic aquarium in vicinity of Sibenik which consist of about 25 islands stretching along the coast over the area of about 160 square kilometers. Although this is a pretty large number of islands, only six of them are permanently populated with total of just about 7.5 thousand people. Due to its scarce population, Sibenik Archipelago is popular to visit among people who seek isolation and beautiful, untouched nature. MUST SEE in Sibenik area – Casa Marina Except all the heritage sites and beautiful places to visit in the city center that has a lot to offer, First Class Croatia is advising you to visit the following and whatever you choose, if not all, you will not regret it. NATIONAL PARK KRKA The empire of Krka River, the magnificent karstic beauty traveling two thirds of its way to the sea through canyons. On its green path, it has seven falls, the last one being Skradinski buk with an average flow of 55 cubic meters of water per second. National Park Krka is rich in flora and fauna. 222 bird species live there, making it one of the most valuable ornithological areas in Europe. You can visit it by boat, car or on foot. Make sure you visit the ethno museum on one of the old mills. National Park Krka also has the only hawk training center in Croatia where you can see presentations of hunting with hawks and hawk trainers’ skills. KORNATI ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK is a group of about 130 islands, islets and reefs sprinkled in the deep blue sea of the Adriatic covering an area of about 64 square km. The Kornati have no permanent inhabitants, although the present owners from nearby larger Dalmatian islands periodically visit Kornati to tend their vineyards and olive groves, bringing their sheep to graze. The sea around the islands is rich with fish and a variety of marine life.... The islands have no spring water, only rainwater collected in water holes. The unique feature of the islands lies in their rugged shores with many caves and coves. The landscape of chalk limestone is covered with bushes of rosemary, juniper, lavender, thyme, myrtle and sage. Pathways leading to steep and huge cliffs facing the open sea and others gently decline towards the sea, ending in a small bay with a jetty and one or two fishermen's cottages surrounded by pine, olives and fig trees. There are daily boat trips from Sibenik or Murter to Kornati islands. PAKLENICA NATIONAL PARK is Croatian National park that cover the most attractive parts of southern Velebit, as well as its highest peaks, all located in Lika region. Paklenica is an area of unusual contact between the sea and the mountain, rich in natural forests of beech, black pine and mountain pine. Besides making trips to the National Park, exploring the countryside and seeing what sport opportunities there are is also recommended. As already mentioned there are many water sports you can join here like sailing, water skiing, windsurfing...Nautical center is situated in Šibenik where you can get all detailed information. We must not forget diving around Kornati, since it is a really special event, as is also the rafting on the river Cetina. Rafting on the river Cetina is a special adventure where you can see the karst area by the river and test your adventure spirit. We also suggest visiting the nearby Skradin, renting a bike in a rent-a-bike center and exploring the countryside. For the brave and those who search a true adventure there is bungee jumping from the Sibenik Bridge. All who have tried bungee say they would like to try in once more and maybe this is a good opportunity to do this, for the first or some other time. RESTAURANTS AND BARS (our guests recommended): 1. Pelegrini Restaurant 2. Restaurant Gradska Vijecnica, Adress: Trg Republike Hrvatske (old town Sibenik) 3. Highlander Pub and Restaurant 4. Vino & Ino wine bar and concept store HOW TO GET HERE Flight to Croatia: If you are flying to Zagreb – you can take a A1 highway to Sibenik (316 kilometers) If you are flying to Split – you can take a A1 highway to Sibenik (50 kilometers) Zagreb airport Split airport Zadar airport Croatian airliner By train: Croatian Railways By boat: Croatian national ferry/ship company For more info about events, local sites, shopping, beaches, sport clubs please email us or visit Sibenik Tourist board web site. Daily higher price: 95 EUR Daily lower price: 75 EUR Min Stay: 3 nights. http://www.arkadia.com/zeue-t65055/

·  February 14th 11:33 pm
·  70 m²
·  Bedrooms: 1

Casa Marina is an old stone house settled right on the waterfront in the center of historical old -town Sibenik. It has 2 brand new one-bedroom apartments that have a fabulous view of crystal clear Adriatic Sea. This unit has a 70 m2 of warm and comfortable interior that satisfy all your expectations and is on the second (top) floor. The bedroom provides a perfect comfort for 2 adults with its own bathroom. Fully equipped kitchen, dining room and designer decorated living room share 42m2 of the apartment giving you a perfect place to dine and enjoy glass of wine with the beautiful view of sunset. The living room has a 2 persons sleeping sofa. The apartment is equipped with the latest modern conveniences, providing you all the luxury you might need during you holiday. City of Sibenik is located in a large bay where the Krka River meets the sea. It grew from an old Croatian fort near the fortress of St. Michael, which still overlooks the town among many others. Its narrow winding streets, stony houses, many staircases and the remains of the city walls give Sibenik that romantic Mediterranean atmosphere. Sibenik’s atmosphere is very youthful and lively; city has great personality and some great things to see and enjoy. Little streets lead to attractive squares where modern shop windows unite really nice with the fine and stylish architecture of the vanished centuries. Sibenik archipelago is the area of Adriatic aquarium in vicinity of Sibenik which consist of about 25 islands stretching along the coast over the area of about 160 square kilometers. Although this is a pretty large number of islands, only six of them are permanently populated with total of just about 7.5 thousand people. Due to its scarce population, Sibenik Archipelago is popular to visit among people who seek isolation and beautiful, untouched nature. MUST SEE in Sibenik area – Casa Marina Except all the heritage sites and beautiful places to visit in the city center that has a lot to offer, First Class Croatia is advising you to visit the following and whatever you choose, if not all, you will not regret it. NATIONAL PARK KRKA The empire of Krka River, the magnificent karstic beauty traveling two thirds of its way to the sea through canyons. On its green path, it has seven falls, the last one being Skradinski buk with an average flow of 55 cubic meters of water per second. National Park Krka is rich in flora and fauna. 222 bird species live there, making it one of the most valuable ornithological areas in Europe. You can visit it by boat, car or on foot. Make sure you visit the ethno museum on one of the old mills. National Park Krka also has the only hawk training center in Croatia where you can see presentations of hunting with hawks and hawk trainers’ skills. KORNATI ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK is a group of about 130 islands, islets and reefs sprinkled in the deep blue sea of the Adriatic covering an area of about 64 square km. The Kornati have no permanent inhabitants, although the present owners from nearby larger Dalmatian islands periodically visit Kornati to tend their vineyards and olive groves, bringing their sheep to graze. The sea around the islands is rich with fish and a variety of marine life.... The islands have no spring water, only rainwater collected in water holes. The unique feature of the islands lies in their rugged shores with many caves and coves. The landscape of chalk limestone is covered with bushes of rosemary, juniper, lavender, thyme, myrtle and sage. Pathways leading to steep and huge cliffs facing the open sea and others gently decline towards the sea, ending in a small bay with a jetty and one or two fishermen's cottages surrounded by pine, olives and fig trees. There are daily boat trips from Sibenik or Murter to Kornati islands. PAKLENICA NATIONAL PARK is Croatian National park that cover the most attractive parts of southern Velebit, as well as its highest peaks, all located in Lika region. Paklenica is an area of unusual contact between the sea and the mountain, rich in natural forests of beech, black pine and mountain pine. Besides making trips to the National Park, exploring the countryside and seeing what sport opportunities there are is also recommended. As already mentioned there are many water sports you can join here like sailing, water skiing, windsurfing...Nautical center is situated in Šibenik where you can get all detailed information. We must not forget diving around Kornati, since it is a really special event, as is also the rafting on the river Cetina. Rafting on the river Cetina is a special adventure where you can see the karst area by the river and test your adventure spirit. We also suggest visiting the nearby Skradin, renting a bike in a rent-a-bike center and exploring the countryside. For the brave and those who search a true adventure there is bungee jumping from the Sibenik Bridge. All who have tried bungee say they would like to try in once more and maybe this is a good opportunity to do this, for the first or some other time. RESTAURANTS AND BARS (our guests recommended): 1. Pelegrini Restaurant 2. Restaurant Gradska Vijecnica, Adress: Trg Republike Hrvatske (old town Sibenik) 3. Highlander Pub and Restaurant 4. Vino & Ino wine bar and concept store HOW TO GET HERE Flight to Croatia: If you are flying to Zagreb – you can take a A1 highway to Sibenik (316 kilometers) If you are flying to Split – you can take a A1 highway to Sibenik (50 kilometers) Zagreb airport Split airport Zadar airport Croatian airliner By train: Croatian Railways By boat: Croatian national ferry/ship company For more info about events, local sites, shopping, beaches, sport clubs please email us or visit Sibenik Tourist board web site. Daily higher price: 95 EUR Daily lower price: 75 EUR Min Stay: 3 nights. http://www.arkadia.com/zeue-t65056/

$525 /week  

·  February 14th 03:18 pm
·  61 m²
·  Bedrooms: 1

The Harbor Terrace is conveniently located in centre of the old city. Everything you are looking for is located right outside of your front door. Within a walking distance you can find clear ocean and georgeous island beaches. Enjoy living in the downtown with everything by your hand; convenient stores, farmers market, bars and restaurants where you can endulge in alfresco dining. The Harbor Terrace is an old stone, fully renovated house with only two units. This one bedroom unit is located on the second floor of the building. It is perfect for a couple that seeks for total privacy and enjoyment in luxury. Large dining and living room (has also a 2 persons sleeping sofa) together with a fully equipped kitchen open up to the most romantic balcony in the area, providing you superb views overlooking Murter houses and their roofs. Architecturally designed and built, all the units are equipped with the latest modern conveniences, providing you every luxury you might need during your holiday. Croatia is famous for its amazing coastline. While the island of Murter, where the Harbor Terrace is located, may not be as well known as some other beaches and islands, it will certainly not disappoint. Located in central Dalmatia between Zadar and Sibenik, Murter is a true island but is easily accessible by car across a small bridge. The island is small enough to avoid overcrowding in the summer, but is still buzzes with activity and provides all the amenities that you would want for even a lengthy holiday. While you never need to leave Murter to enjoy a complete vacation, you can venture out and enjoy a wonderful day trip to Split or other destination along the Dalmatian coast. Alternatively, hire a boat at the marina and spend the day exploring the Kornati Island National Park, consisting of 89 islands, just off of Murter. Murter island and nearby sites Except taking beautiful walks on the beach, exploring the old town and it’s vibrant galleries, souvenir shops, bars and restaurants, taking a hike on many trails through olive tree gardens, First Class Croatia is advising you to visit the following and whatever you choose, if not all, you will not regret it. NATIONAL PARK KRKA The empire of Krka River, the magnificent karstic beauty traveling two thirds of its way to the sea through canyons. On its green path, it has seven falls, the last one being Skradinski buk with an average flow of 55 cubic meters of water per second. National Park Krka is rich in flora and fauna. 222 bird species live there, making it one of the most valuable ornithological areas in Europe. You can visit it by boat, car or on foot. Make sure you visit the ethno museum on one of the old mills. National Park Krka also has the only hawk training center in Croatia where you can see presentations of hunting with hawks and hawk trainers’ skills. KORNATI ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK is a group of about 130 islands, islets and reefs sprinkled in the deep blue sea of the Adriatic covering an area of about 64 square km. The Kornati have no permanent inhabitants, although the present owners from nearby larger Dalmatian islands periodically visit Kornati to tend their vineyards and olive groves, bringing their sheep to graze. The sea around the islands is rich with fish and a variety of marine life.... The islands have no spring water, only rainwater collected in water holes. The unique feature of the islands lies in their rugged shores with many caves and coves. The landscape of chalk limestone is covered with bushes of rosemary, juniper, lavender, thyme, myrtle and sage. Pathways leading to steep and huge cliffs facing the open sea and others gently decline towards the sea, ending in a small bay with a jetty and one or two fishermen's cottages surrounded by pine, olives and fig trees. There are daily boat trips from Sibenik or Murter to Kornati islands. PAKLENICA NATIONAL PARK is Croatian National park that cover the most attractive parts of southern Velebit, as well as its highest peaks, all located in Lika region. Paklenica is an area of unusual contact between the sea and the mountain, rich in natural forests of beech, black pine and mountain pine. Besides making trips to the National Park, exploring the countryside and seeing what sport opportunities there are is also recommended. As already mentioned there are many water sports you can join here like sailing, water skiing, windsurfing...Nautical center is situated in Šibenik where you can get all detailed information. We must not forget diving around Kornati, since it is a really special event, as is also the rafting on the river Cetina. Rafting on the river Cetina is a special adventure where you can see the karst area by the river and test your adventure spirit. We also suggest visiting the nearby Skradin, renting a bike in a rent-a-bike center and exploring the countryside. For the brave and those who search a true adventure there is bungee jumping from the Sibenik Bridge. All who have tried bungee say they would like to try in once more and maybe this is a good opportunity to do this, for the first or some other time. NEARBY CITIES 1. City of Sibenik – one of the oldest native Croatian cities on the Adriatic Sea. 2. City of Zadar - a city of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage, a city of tourism. RESTAURANTS AND BARS (our guests recommended): 1. Restaurant Fabro, Murter 2. Restaurant Boba, Murter 3. Restaurant Tic Tac, Murter HOW TO GET HERE Flight to Croatia: If you are flying to Zagreb – take a A1 highway to Murter island (Kornati and Vodice exit). Total of 300 Km If you are flying to Split –take a A1 highway to Murter island (Kornati and Vodice exit) 50 kilometers or local road trough City of Trogir. Zagreb airport. Split airport. Zadar airport. Croatian airliner. By train: Croatian Railways By boat: Croatian national ferry/ship company For more info about events, local sites, shopping, beaches, sport clubs please email us or visit Murter Tourist board web site. Daily higher price: 85 EUR Daily lower price: 55 EUR Min Stay: 3 nights. http://www.arkadia.com/zeue-t65057/

$385 /week  

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