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A look at some of the fine dining options in Ventura

28 Aug 2012
Ventura offers a wide selection of restaurants. In fact, this city features various fine dining establishments that are often considered "must-see" restaurants for Ventura residents. 71 Palm Restaurant Visit the 71 Palm Restaurant to enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner at a local landmark. This restaurant features an elegant dining atmosph Read More
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Is demand rising for Pasadena homes?

27 Aug 2012
Recent data shows more people are embracing the opportunity to live in California by purchasing properties throughout the state. One notable example of this can be seen in the city of Pasadena, known to many for prominent tourist attractions such as the Rose Bowl Parade and corresponding football game. On an overall basis, California home sales ro Read More
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The top three tips for developing a modern bathroom in your Santa Barbara home

27 Aug 2012
After you purchase a Santa Barbara home, you might want to decorate your bathroom to give it a sleek, stylish look. There is a variety of design options available, and the ideal accessories can suit any homeowner's tastes. JustLuxe recently named some of the top design trends for bathrooms in high-end homes. Consider the following options when Read More
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Regional marketing effort may help draw new residents to Sonoma

24 Aug 2012
Sonoma is home to a number of wineries, including the Buena Vista Winery and Ravenswood Winery. In fact, each Sonoma winery offers distinct flavors that have helped the city become one of the premier winemaking destinations in the United States. A group of Sonoma County wine, grape and tourism organizations are taking advantage of the city's r Read More
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Santa Fe Parade of Homes showcases innovative designs

23 Aug 2012
Santa Fe has a community of about 60,000 residents who live and work in the area, roughly 200 restaurants, 250 art galleries, 13 major museums and numerous other features. While people might move to this city for various reasons, residents may soon consider the area's home designs when evaluating their relocation options. According to the Sant Read More
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Add a splash of color to a San Francisco home

23 Aug 2012
You might enjoy your new San Francisco home, and could consider investing resources into making it stand out among the properties in the Bay Area. Adding color is a great way to improve your house's interior, but there are several factors you should consider before making any dramatic changes. HGTV recommends observing the 60-30-10 Rule w Read More
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Why should Monterey residents visit Cannery Row?

22 Aug 2012
Once called "Ocean View Avenue," Monterey's Cannery Row was renamed in honor of John Steinbeck, author of "The Grapes of Wrath" and "Of Mice and Men," in January 1958. This section of the city gives visitors easy access to local artists' galleries, specialty shops and world-class attractions. Additionally, mor Read More
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Can the three "Rs" help improve your Greenwich home's floors?

21 Aug 2012
So you've just purchased a home in Greenwich, but are trying to find new ways to help your house stand out from others in the area. While it might be worthwhile to purchase new decor, you might be able to give your interior a rustic appearance with the three "Rs" - reclaim, reuse and refurbish. According to the Woodworking Network, e Read More
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Experience a Cape Cod whale watch

20 Aug 2012
A whale watch is a fun-filled experience for aquatic travelers of all ages, as the journey offers a glimpse at a variety of underwater life. A trip through the waters of Cape Cod gives people the chance to take one of these adventures - a beautiful way to enjoy the summer weather in this area. Dolphins, finback whales and humpback whales are just Read More
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Real estate professionals sell Hamptons Topping Farm

17 Aug 2012
Considered one of the most enviable properties in the Hamptons, Topping Farm was recently sold by local Sotheby’s International Realty real estate professionals. This property features two homes, including the original 17th-century farmhouse with five fireplaces and original hand-hewn beams. Additionally, the new owner might enjoy the 21-sta Read More