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The hill condo is located just north of Oxford Square these spacious stand alone units feature hardwood floors, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. They are well priced for the neighborhood and come with a washer/dryer hook up. Residents enjoy access to the community pool and party room in the summertime and easy walking access to Rocky River Parks and Westwood Town Center.

The 68-unit condominium building on the site of the former Battle Hill School in Manchester, Vermont offers attractive contemporary construction set in a lovely park-like setting with extensive landscaping and mature trees. Amenities include a solar-heated swimming pool, tennis courts, chipping green, children’s playground and community clubhouse. Residents are close to skiing at Bromley and Stratton, golfing, skating, and the Southern Vermont Arts Center for concerts, professional and amateur theater and exhibits.

For baby boomers, a move to a luxury downsize in the heart of downtown is the perfect way to get back into the urban life. The new building at 179 State Street has a mix of one- and two-bedroom apartments. Residents enjoy a full-service concierge, private parking and a fitness center. The property is steps from the Metro and within walking distance of the city’s best restaurants and shopping, including Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and The Ivy Bookshop.

The four-story apartment complex was designed by architect Richard M. Caruso and built in 2006 by Alchemy Properties, with interiors by William B. Coulter and Associates. It has a variety of floor plans and features a rooftop terrace with stunning views. In addition, there’s a common roof deck with a grill and picnic tables for the residents.

If you’re interested in the hill condo, contact our team at My Cleveland Condo Sale to schedule a tour. Our experienced agents will walk you through the home and answer any questions you may have. We can also help you find other condos for sale in the area.

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. (WJBF) — Fire investigators are working to determine the cause of a deadly blaze at a condominium in DeKalb County, which killed two people. Officials say that the fire broke out around 11:20 p.m. Wednesday.

The blaze is being treated as a homicide investigation. Investigators have found that the fire started in a single unit at the condominium in the 2300 block of Brannon Road. The victims have not been identified. A condo association board member says that there is no evidence that the victims were forced to leave their home. They had lived there for more than a decade. The fire destroyed the interior of the single-story condo, but did not spread to other units in the complex.


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