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A spacious 1912 colonial revival mansion with five bright, airy bedrooms. The mansion features antiques, beveled glass, secluded garden with spa, and library.
This house is an outstanding example of turn of the century Tucson architecture reflecting Anglo-American expansion to the region which began in the 1850's. With its fired red brick exterior, ground floor porch, second story balcony and Victorian detail, Jane Cooper House signals a move from the traditional Sonoran adobe home. The home has five bedrooms each furnished with country antiques.
Cognac is a pleasant French town where some twenty millon bottles of Cognac are produced every year. Delightfully set in the midst of the Domaine de la Rigoletrie vineyard, is this home and guest cottage. The cottage is charming and comfortable; three double doors open from the front onto a large stone terrace and private garden.
This little house is in a completely hidden and secluded spot in the very heart of Paris. Steps from the Eiffel Tower and just across from the Parc Du Champ de Mars. From the street, step into a quiet lane lined with small houses each with its own petite garden. Perfect for two persons it is appointed with great attention to creature comforts.
A majestic 1881 three story Victorian mansion with its music room graced by an original rosewood piano, fireplace, and delightful sitting area for chatting with guests. All nine bedrooms have fireplaces and five rooms contain the antique furniture of the first owner. Located in the celebrated Sonoma wine county of Northern California.
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