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The master bedroom has a fitted cupboard and a window overlooking the front garden.
The site, on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River, now features a 95-foot metal cross erected by a private group on property leased to it by the city of Wickliffe.
Barbados is known for its dramatic cliffs overlooking the surging waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Bidders will compete for 24 home sites in Waynesville's Chestnut Flats Preserve as well as 24 home sites in Asheville's Big Cove Estates subdivision overlooking the famous Biltmore Estate.
Inside there is ample opportunity for fun in the sun: seven swimming pools, a nine-hole putting green overlooking the ocean, two grass tennis courts, pool volleyball, sand volleyball, and a state-of-the-art spa and fitness center.
At second floor level are the semi-domestic sauna suite (every Finnish embassy must have one) and the ambassadorial offices, both with terraces overlooking the park.
Each unit has its own personal elevator and two private balconies overlooking the bay.
I don't think I have to worry about them overlooking this game,'' Agoura coach Jason Rosenthal said.
Plans of all pavilions are the same, with a central bar or servery surrounded by tables, and balconies overlooking the green space.
Grand Isle Villas features all the luxuries a resort offers such as a beautiful white crescent shaped beach, a Pallappa Pool Bar and Grill for poolside dining, a free form pool with an infinity edge overlooking a golf course and the ocean, an outdoor heated whirlpool spa overlooking the beach, a state-of-the-art fitness facility with glass walls and spectacular views, personal concierge service, including pre-arrival activity planning, grocery shopping and menu planning, twice daily housekeeping service and a private chef for in-villa dining.
This impressive property features three bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, a two-car garage, family room with gas-burning fireplace and deck overlooking the Hudson River.
A silhouette of a cowboy from the mid-1960s is captured by Lawrence overlooking a ranch in what is now modern-day Thousand Oaks.