stylish 3 bedroom home with lovely garden in upscale residential area

stylish 3 bedroom home with lovely garden in upscale residential area

Paula

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms
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Our home

This lovely two storey fifties home has been completely transformed inside and is light spacious and up-to-the-minute modern. The rooms are designed to overlook or open into the garden and there is total privacy on all sides.

There is a large entertaing area at the rear of the house that is half in and half outdoors.

The upstairs bedrooms have a shared bathroom that allows for completely separate sleeping quarters....perfect for 2 couples or for children.

We have a collection of artworks and ornaments that make the house unsuitable for very small children.

I can send you extensive photos of the house if you are interested.

Property features

Who we are

  1. We are a retired legal (Warren)/business (Paula) couple who like to travel frequently and extensively. We have recently become involved with home exchanging and simply love the lifestyle of being in a home, in a community, for extended periods. We are non smokers and our home is pet free.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

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The Liberty Bell Center.
The new Liberty Bell Center features exhibits that examine the Liberty Bell as an international symbol of Liberty and as a national symbol of liberty and freedom both attained and not yet attained, as it was used by the abolitionist, suffrage and civil rights movements throughout American history.

Betsy Ross House.
Few women in American history have the fame of Betsy Ross. She is still cherished as the first flag maker; any first-grader recognizes her name and can recite her myth. Betsy's house, ironically, is not actually hers; it was a house where she rented rooms. Nevertheless, tourists all year round visit the Betsy Ross House, with only the Liberty Bell getting more visitors.

National Constitution Center.
The $185 million center, located on Philadelphia's Independence Mall, tells the story of the U.S. Constitution through over 100 interactive, multi-media exhibits & artifacts.

Lights of Liberty.
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