Villas In Florence Thu, 24 Nov 2022 01:26:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Villas In Florence 32 32 Shanquella Robinson death: Authorities share different autopsy report details after American vacationing in Mexico dies Thu, 24 Nov 2022 01:26:49 +0000

As FBI officials investigate the death of an American vacationing in Mexico, Mexican authorities revealed Tuesday night that 25-year-old Shanquella Robinson may be alive and receiving professional medical attention. health for several hours before authorities arrived and she was pronounced dead, ABC News has learned.

The video featured is from a previous report.

The medical professional at the scene reportedly told Robinson’s friends that Robinson was drunk, dehydrated and that they should take him to the hospital. However, they refused to do so, according to authorities.

The new report differs significantly from the original autopsy report obtained by ABC News, which said medical professionals arrived at Robinson’s villa at 3 p.m. and she was pronounced dead within 15 minutes. The autopsy revealed that Robinson had died from a serious spinal cord injury and a dislocated neck.

Authorities did not respond to ABC News’ request for comment on the difference between their report and the autopsy.

According to the new police report, Robinson’s friends requested medical attention at 2:13 p.m. After a GP from American Medical Center arrived at the Puerto Los Cabos address, Robinson’s friends told the health professional that she had been drinking a lot of alcohol. .

Medical staff said they noticed Robinson had a poor verbal response, was intoxicated and dehydrated, but had stable vital signs, according to the police report. The medical professional at the scene advised Robinson’s friends to transfer her to hospital, but her friends insisted that she stay at the villa, according to the report.

At 4:20 p.m., Robinson began to convulse, which is when one of Robinson’s friends, Wenter Essence Donovan, dialed 911. When emergency medical professionals arrived, the Police report indicates that Robinson began having difficulty breathing and having a decreased pulse.

At 4.49pm, the GP said they had stopped feeling Robinson’s pulse and started CPR until paramedics arrived. They continued with 14 CPR sessions and five doses of adrenaline without success. Robinson went into a state of asystole (a type of cardiac arrest), according to the police report. Robinson was pronounced dead at 5:57 p.m., the report said.

According to the new police report, Mexican authorities were notified by Donovan around 5 p.m. local time of Robinson’s condition.

Donovan and all of Robinson’s friends who were with her in Cabo did not respond to ABC News’ repeated requests for comment.

The FBI opened an investigation into Robinson’s death earlier this month, which is being investigated by Mexican authorities as femicide, a form of gender-based violence.

Robinson, from Charlotte, North Carolina, traveled to the resort town of San Jose del Cabo on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula with six friends on October 28.

They stayed in a rental villa in Fundadores, an exclusive gated community with vacation homes and a private beach club, according to Robinson’s family.

The next day, Robinson’s parents said they received a frantic phone call from their daughter’s friends saying she had died.

With all the new and developing information, Robinson’s family is still looking for answers from friends who know what happened that weekend in Cabo. Sallamondra Robinson, Shanquella Robinson’s mother, said she was glad the FBI stepped in to help solve her daughter’s case so it “wouldn’t be in vain”.

“I would like to see each of them sent back to Mexico because their plan was to come back here thinking they weren’t going to be prosecuted,” Robinson told ABC News. “He was a caring person…and I want them to always remember that. We’re going to keep his legacy alive.”

ABC News’ Sabina Ghebremedhin, Jessica Mendoza and Eric Jones contributed to this report.

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136-year-old building that housed Harrisburg’s fashion boutique for decades turned into apartments Wed, 23 Nov 2022 15:00:00 +0000

A 136-year-old building in Harrisburg has been converted into three two-bedroom apartments.

The plum apartments opened at 213 Locust St. Harristown Enterprises, the owner of Strawberry Square, is the developer of the project with its partner, Don Mowery. Harristown’s in-house construction team, Harrisburg Property Services, renovated the 3,300 square foot Victorian-era structure. The renovations should be completed within a week or two.

A 136-year-old building at 213 Locust Lane in Harrisburg has been converted into three two-bedroom apartments. (Photo provided)

The apartments have just been put on the market with an availability date of December 1st. The three apartments measure between 883 and 963 square feet and have two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. Apartments are listed at $1,595 per month.

A groundbreaking ceremony for the new apartments will take place next month.

The building housed the women’s fashion boutique, The plumfor over 50 years.

The Plum was owned and operated there by Isaac Mishkin and his daughter, Kirsten. The Plum’s location on Gettysburg Road in Lower Allen Township remains open.

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Deadline is approaching for ‘whole house’ short-term rental licenses Tue, 22 Nov 2022 02:30:01 +0000

SAN DIEGO — Do you have a short term rental? If so, the deadline is approaching to apply for a license, the city of San Diego announced in a press release.

In order to rent an entire home as Short-Term Residential Occupancy, or STRO, for more than 20 days, tenants must apply by the end of the application period on Nov. 30 at 5 p.m.

The San Diego City Council and the California Coastal Commission approved the STRO ordinance, which provides guidelines for short-term rentals of less than one month.

Some of those guidelines include a requirement for hosts to obtain a license and establishing a cap on the number of licenses granted for whole-home rentals operating more than 20 days per year, the city explained.

Enforcement of unlicensed or improperly licensed properties operating as STROs in the City of San Diego will begin in May 2023. The city said enforcement actions may include a citation of up to $1,000 and civil penalties of up to $10,000 per violation. A property lien with San Diego County could also be the result of unpaid penalties or ongoing violations.

“If you plan to use your property as a short-term vacation rental next year in the city, now is the time to get an STRO license,” said Elyse W. Lowe, director of development services. . ” Do not be too long ; the city has staff available to support candidates. The Tier 3 and Tier 4 license application period ends this month, you will not be able to get a license next year, and non-compliant properties will be subject to strict enforcement.

The city said hosts must have an active Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) certificate and ensure all business taxes on rental units are in active payment status before they can begin the application process. Here you will find information on applying for a license.

All short-term rental hosts must have a valid license in the city in order to operate on May 1, 2023.

Here’s your chance to rent a house from Ellen DeGeneres Mon, 21 Nov 2022 15:16:03 +0000

Few A-list celebrity couples can match the real estate chops of Ellen Degeneres and Portia de Rossi when it comes to buying, decorating, then selling.

The retired talk show host and his wife are lifelong swimmers, but this time they’re offering a lease.

For a whopping $27,500 a month, you can move into their charming three-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Montecito, California, just minutes from Santa Barbara. The place is “tastefully renovated,” the listing notes.

DeGeneres picked up the property in April for $8,067,500.

Montecito, a quaint coastal community teeming with celebrities (Oprah, Prince Harryand Meghan Markle among them) is a longtime favorite shopping spot for the power couple, as they have owned half a dozen homes here over the years.

This charming abode has a 1920s Spanish Revival vibe. Here’s a look at its beautiful details.

The house is close to shopping, restaurants and world class beaches.


There is no swimming pool, but you will enjoy a beautiful expanse of greenery at the back.


The height under ceiling of the main room is compensated by two warm fireplaces.


A mid-tone teal color creates a chic and inviting den.


A high ceiling is the highlight of the main room, although the home also features a formal dining room, family room, screened porch, and large pantry. The kitchen received a facelift that included top of the line appliances from Sub-Zero and Wolf.

French doors open onto the patio, which has a barbecue. A hedge provides some outdoor privacy and the gorgeous backyard offers fruit trees and walkways to explore.

The classic design and white paint of the kitchen will appeal to many people.


Large windows frame the master bedroom


A large bathtub and a double basin make it a luxury toilet.


Well-maintained gardens for strolling


Randy White contributed to this report.

Best residential neighborhoods by budget Mon, 21 Nov 2022 02:46:02 +0000

Every year, thousands of people pack their bags and move to Dubai. The city flourished and became a sprawling sprawl where communities emerged in pockets away from the more established hotspots.

But not all residential areas are created equal, and what suits one person may be another’s worst nightmare. So which place is right for you?

Here, The National Take a closer look at some of these communities to choose gems based on individual needs.

Best for: budget

Maybe you want to maximize your savings potential, or maybe you have a modest income overall. Either way, parts of Dubai will provide decent housing for minimal rent.

For solitary residents, a studio is an affordable choice with Elite Sports Residence in Dubai Sports City offering units for less than Dh30,000 ($8,170) per year.

A little further inland is Damac Hills, which offers fully furnished 400 square foot studios for between Dhs 30,000 and 40,000 per year, with some owners accepting 12 checks.

Families looking for space without breaking the bank might be better off with sister site Damac Hills 2, formerly named Akoya, where a four-bedroom villa will set you back Dh50,000-60,000 per year.

Couples hoping to spend as little as possible on rent could try looking in the Al Qusais area, where two-bedroom apartments are advertised for around Dh30,000.

But beware, the area is close to Dubai International Airport, which operates 24 hours a day, and it may be difficult for some to get used to.

“If you’re looking for a place to stay that’s not far from town, but still gives your wallet a break, consider looking at Jumeirah Village Circle Apartments [JVC]”said Leigh Wilmot, regional manager of Treo Homes.

“While traffic may not be your best friend for getting in and out, once you’re in the community there are plenty of little shops and restaurants that will meet any needs you may have on your doorstep. “

Two-bedroom apartments at JVC start at Dh50,000 per year for 1,300 square feet.

Best for: space

Some locations offer green spaces and fewer high-rises to avoid that cramped city feeling.

At the more expensive end is Arabian Ranches, which offers 2,700-square-foot villas with around three-bedroom pitches starting at Dh180,000 per year.

According to an industry expert, it is important to pursue quality.

“It should be noted that in Dubai, the biggest developers like Emaar – such as Springs and Arabian Ranches – have a long track record of delivering truly high quality projects and integrated communities that deliver this aspirational lifestyle in Dubai. “, said Simon Baker, Managing Director at haus & haus.

Further along Al Qudra Road are Mira, Mira Oasis and Town Square where the villas are slightly smaller, but the green spaces and parks are just as good for stretching your legs.

Rents in these areas start at around Dh130,000 and apartments in Town Square start at Dh54,000 for a two-bedroom unit.

If you prefer to be a little closer to the action, the Springs and Meadows neighborhoods can offer a more suburban vibe a short drive from the marina.

The Springs is more suited to a budget, with prices starting at Dh100,000, and Meadows can make you cry with three-bedroom villas from Dh270,000 per year.

If you want to be right next to a new mall, Dubai Hills has apartments and villas to suit most budgets.

“Dubai Hills has become hugely popular recently for its central location, lush green spaces, privacy and quality master plan – that’s good rental advice for 2023,” Mr Baker said.

The new Dubai Hills Mall is convenient for local residents.  Photo: Katy Gillet/The National

Best for: Beach

Whether you want to exercise, socialize, or enjoy some peace and quiet, a popular pastime in Dubai is going to the beach, and people can choose to cut commuting time by living as close to the water as possible.

A two-bedroom apartment on a high floor of the Jumeirah Beach Residence will put you close to the beach, as well as several restaurants and cafes. Rents cost about 120,000 Dh per year.

A two-bedroom apartment in The Torch tower near the marina is slightly cheaper with apartments costing around Dh95,000 per year.

Those on a bigger budget might opt ​​for the famous Palm Jumeirah, where more than 60 kilometers of beach have been added to Dubai’s coastline. The sky’s the limit when it comes to prices on the Palm, but apartments start at around Dh145,000 per year for 1,500 square feet.

“For those without any form of budgetary constraints, there are always options like the Le Cote and Le Rive buildings in the Port de La Mer project by Meraas,” Mr Wilmot said.

“A one-bed apartment can start at 150,000 Dh and go up to 480,000 Dh for a three-bedroom apartment.

“Although the prices are higher, there is something very special about living on an exclusive man-made island with 270 degree water views and Dubai’s very iconic skyline in the background.”

While a villa on one of the fronds may be reserved for the very wealthy, there are apartments along the Palm Jumeirah trunk that are reasonably priced.  PA

Best for: commuting

Traffic is notorious in Dubai, and no one expects a traffic jam when trying to get home after a day’s work.

The trick to avoiding heavy rush hour traffic in the emirate, no matter where you work, is to avoid the popular roads that everyone takes.

Hessa Street, Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Khail and Umm Suqeim are known for heavy traffic, and occasional accidents can cause delays.

Al Qudra is also used all winter for sports competitions due to its connection to the cycle path.

It can sometimes be reduced to a single lane or closed completely for a few hours on weekends to accommodate sports enthusiasts.

“If you are looking to miss the traffic and also have a place that offers you a cozy townhouse, then take a look at Emaar’s Dubai South project,” Mr Wilmot said.

“Although it’s a little further from town, you can definitely find a really nice home away from the action. It’s a great option for those who work from home or only have to venture out occasionally. .”

Best for: restlessness and restlessness

Dubai is known for its active social scene, whether it’s a 6 a.m. rooftop spinning session or a crazy late-night round of golf.

While it’s too early for the suburbs, downtown and the marina offer a 24-hour lifestyle where you’ll never be left idle.

Right next to the world’s largest shopping mall and tallest building are several residential buildings along Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard.

The Old Town sits across from the Dubai Mall and the Palace Downtown Hotel and offers low-rise accommodation with a historic ambience.

One-bedroom apartments start at Dh85,000 per year and residents have access to community pools and small play areas for children.

Beyond that, there are a number of skyscrapers to choose from, with studios available at Dh90,000, with the potential for truly spectacular views.

At the other end of town is the popular Marina. Prices here start as low as Dh45,000 per year for a studio, but be sure to view the property as it is likely to be smaller.

Two-bedroom units start at around Dh75,000 and can offer great water views.

“A final option if you want to stay in the middle of all the action is the ever-popular Jumeirah Lakes Towers,” Mr Wilmot said.

“Depending on the tower and the view you have, a two-bedroom apartment can cost between 100,000 Dh and 250,000 Dh per year.

“There’s a lot going on at JLT. Whether you’re a night owl or someone running through the park at 5 a.m., you’ll find plenty of like-minded people in the area.”

Updated: November 21, 2022, 02:44

Richard Dean “Rich” Stewart | News, Sports, Jobs Sat, 19 Nov 2022 06:47:41 +0000 EAST LIVERPOOL – Richard Dean “Rich” Stewart, 84, of East Liverpool, left his earthly home, surrounded by his loving family, to be with our Lord at 4:03 a.m. Friday, November 18, 2022 at St. Mary’s Alzheimer Care Center in Columbiana, Ohio, after a long battle. with Lewy body dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Rich was born in East Liverpool, Ohio on October 28, 1938, the son of the late Thomas and Elsie (Hines) Stewart. He lived as a child in Pleasant Heights, attended Pleasant Heights Primary School and graduated from East Liverpool High School class in 1956. Rich began working at an early age as a stock boy at the Herron store on Lisbon Street, followed by Loblaws/Sparkle Market on Dresden Avenue. He then worked at Crucible Steel in Midland, Pennsylvania until they closed. His last job was a security guard at Shell Lubricant in Newell, W.Va., retiring in 2017.

He and his wife spent many years on summer vacations in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida. He loved Florida beaches and it started when he was in his twenties working at Crucible Steel. Being married at that time to his ex-wife, they were taking two or three week summer vacations with their children on the beaches of Florida and he had wonderful memories of those days.

Rich was a great father, strict but always involved in both of his son’s sports and helped and encouraged as much as a father could in his daughters’ pursuits. Rich had a calm nature but that would change when the topic of sports came up. It was like opening a book of knowledge. He was a huge Ohio State Buckeyes and Pittsburgh Steelers fan. He remembered stats and names of players from the East Liverpool Potters football and basketball teams from years ago. When he and his sons got together it was like watching sports on steroids and they learned a lot from him.

He also followed the Detroit Lions and Detroit Tigers as they were his favorite teams as a youngster. He loved to attend stock car races in the 60s, which were held at Yeager Dr. Glenmoor and Clinton, Pennsylvania. Sadly, all of those precious memories were erased when he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

Rich was a Christian by faith, accepting Jesus Christ as his Saviour, and attended First Nazarene Church in East Liverpool as a child where he and his brother Marvin would occasionally sing a duet during morning service.

Preceding Rich in death were twin sons, Kevan and Kirk; three sisters, Bertha Adkins, Martha Adkins and Vallie Fiorello; two brothers, Marvin and Tom Stewart; and his good friend Jim Stevens.

He is survived and will be deeply missed by his beloved soul mate and wife of 24 years, whom he married on May 1, 1998, Kayleen L. (Reed) Stewart; his children, Cindy Ferlaino of Oklahoma City, Okla., Rick Stewart of San Diego, Calif., Tina Martin and her husband Ed of Washington, Pennsylvania, Julie Reynolds and her husband Bill of Medina, Ohio, and Brian Stewart and his wife Point of Pickerington, Ohio; stepchildren Mia Kruggel of Chardon, Ohio and David Shaw and his wife Juren of Grove City, Ohio; 11 grandchildren, Jimmy, Alissa, Brad, Nick, Michaela, Danielle, Jordan, Jack, Triston, Jacob and Aubrianna; five stepchildren, Andrew, Joe, Elizabeth, Billy and Missy; four great-grandchildren Jaxson, Savana, Presley and Jaxston; a beautiful great-granddaughter, Vivi; and by his cousins, nephews and nieces. He also leaves to mourn his two feline friends, Lili and Tori, whom he lovingly spoiled.

Friends can visit Dawson Funeral Home on Tuesday where family will be present from 4-7 p.m. Pastor John Smith will lead a service at the funeral home Wednesday at 11 a.m. Burial at Riverview Cemetery.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to all of the nurses, caregivers and staff at St. Mary’s Alzheimer’s Care Center and Sanctuary Hospice for their loving care and compassion in helping facilitate Rich’s journey.

Visit Rich’s memorial webpage and express your condolences online at


My mother bequeathed her house to my two brothers. They said I could live there rent-free, if I paid taxes and maintenance. Is it a good idea? Fri, 18 Nov 2022 16:57:00 +0000
Dear Quentin,

My father predeceased my mother and she inherited their second home. My mother left the house and the property to my younger brother and my older brother. Neither can take care of the house or the property, and they gave me permission to fix it and live there.

The deeds are still in my parents’ name, and my brother has a copy of the will showing his ownership. How should they hand over the house to me? I don’t want to pay back taxes and put in thousands of dollars, and then have no property rights. Thank you for your advice.


Dear daughter/sister,

Your question contains worrying assumptions. You assume that your brothers will simply relinquish the property and/or convince your mother to bequeath the property to you before she dies. It is highly unlikely that they will do this after the fact. I have tons of Moneyist letters that would attest to this result.

If you can’t afford a house today and it’s cheaper to live in that house now and/or after your mother dies, do it. This would help you save for your retirement and perhaps allow you to build up a nest egg for a down payment on your own home. But don’t count on your brothers to give you the house.

Best course of action: your mother changes her will and/or signs a deed of transfer in the event of her death, which means the house becomes yours after she dies – that is, if your brothers were ready to agree to that too, and there is no indication in your letter that they would support such action.

An act of transmission by death works in the same way as a beneficiary of a bank account or an insurance contract. One of the most important aspects is that it avoids probate – the public accounting of your mother’s assets and liabilities – because the house passes to you when she dies.

This would have the added benefit of providing you with a “base raise” on capital gains taxes. That is, the profit on any future sale of the house would be calculated as the sale price minus the recent/market appraisal price of the house – not your parents’ original purchase price. .

Of course, consult a trust and estates lawyer before finalizing any decision and talk openly about this dilemma with your mother and brothers. But don’t spend money on taxes and renovations thinking your siblings and/or mom will give you the house. It would be a very big mistake.

In the meantime, I have a question for you: why does your mother only leave this house to your brothers? Will she leave you with other assets instead? This is a question you could definitely ask your mother. Of course, she can do what she wants with her estate, but it would seem fairer if she included all three children in her will.

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10 Vrbo rentals perfect for escaping winter Thu, 17 Nov 2022 18:20:49 +0000

Snowbirds have always been retirees from the North who migrate to warmer places for the winter. But if you work remotely, have PTO available, or just need a vacation, you don’t have to wait until retirement.

“Snowbirding isn’t just for retirees anymore. Greater work flexibility allows travelers of all ages to escape the cold and stay in warmer places for days or weeks at a time,” said Vrbo travel expert Melanie Fish. “Vrbo’s private vacation rentals offer all the comforts of home and allow snowbirds to travel in groups and spend the winter months with family or close friends.”

If your cold weather dreams include becoming a snowbird soaring in freezing temperatures for a while, one of these 10 Vrbo vacation rentals in warm, sunny locations might be the perfect place to land.


Winter temperatures on South Padre Island range from 50 to 70 degrees, so you can enjoy beach walks throughout the season. This home overlooking the beach offers over 5,000 square feet of tropical luxury. Along with picturesque views of the Gulf of Mexico and direct beach access, this rental offers boardwalk dining and entertainment within walking distance. Or stay where you are and relax in the private backyard pool and spa.

You can book this beachfront home on Vrbo for up to 10 people from $400 per night.


With clear blue skies and daily highs in the 70s all winter long, it’s no wonder snowbirds love this Arizona town. And if you’re hoping to travel with your furry family member, this centrally located Scottsdale home welcomes canine guests. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom rental features a custom putting green, gas fireplace, and heated pool. Also, the interior was recently updated.

Rent this winter getaway from $244 per night for up to six people.


Santa Rosa Beach is part of Florida’s Mendicant Zone, often referred to as the Emerald Coast and Scenic 30A. The area is known for its gorgeous beaches, upscale restaurants and shopping, and beautiful state parks. This charming retreat is within walking distance of the beach and aimed at large groups traveling together. The four-story, 7,500-square-foot home features an elevator, dual kitchen and dining areas, and an entertainment floor complete with a pool table, bar, and JumboTron.

You can rent this private luxury retreat from $1,357 per night for up to 26 people.


Tucson is another popular snowbird destination in Arizona. Surrounded by stunning mountains and offering a hot and dry climate all year round, this desert town is ideal for relaxing outdoors in winter. This rental is decorated in an inviting mid-century theme with a large backyard, heated pool, fire pit, and built-in grill.

Book this private space for $265 a night for up to 11 people.


Just over 100 miles east of Los Angeles, Palm Springs is a famous winter oasis, thanks to its natural hot springs, golf courses and year-round sunshine. This rental offers luxury inside and out. The interior offers an impressive open floor plan, three upscale king bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling sliding doors. Outside, take in the scenery while lounging by the pool or fire, or cook up an al fresco dinner using the chef’s fully equipped outdoor kitchen.

You can book this desert getaway from $1,000 a night for up to six people.


Maui is a snowbird’s paradise with stunning views of the ocean and neighboring islands and average winter temperatures between 65 and 80 degrees. This home, surrounded by 1 1/2 acres of lush tropical gardens, offers 3,000 square feet of luxury. Admire the view from floor-to-ceiling windows or the wrap-around veranda. Explore nearby hiking and biking trails. Enjoy a banana, papaya or other fresh fruit from organic orchards. Take a nap in a hammock in the expansive yard or soak in the elevated hot tub.

You can rent this island getaway from $1,490 a night for up to six people.


Dust off your passport and head to Costa Rica, where there’s no real winter season. Enjoy mild temperatures all year round, typically 70 to 81 degrees, during your stay at this tropical villa. Nestled between the mountains of Costa Rica, this home offers a spectacular infinity pool, breathtaking mountain views and a 1.26 acre garden with an orchard. Watch hummingbirds, squirrels and the occasional monkey playing in the trees.

Rent this magical house from $500 per night for up to six people.


Although the winter weather is mild, that’s not the only reason to visit Galveston during the colder months. You can also enjoy off-season perks like discounted attractions without the wait at popular restaurants and seasonal events. And if you stay in this bright and airy coastal estate, you’ll be close to the heart of it all. This Beachside Village home is steps away from sugar-white sand and crashing waves. With a cozy, rustic interior, an outdoor shower for those sandy toes, and a fireplace for chilly nights, you’ll never want to leave.

Book this coastal home from $353 per night for up to 10 people.


Destin’s mild climate will appeal to you if you enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing, golf or lazing by the pool. This beautifully remodeled modern lakefront home features gulf views, a built-in spa pool with a solar shelf and hot tub, and a third floor entertainment room.

This elegant beach house is available from $383 per night for up to 10 people.


Head south of the border to spend your winter vacation in the Riviera Maya. This modern rental home features a rooftop sun terrace, hand-painted murals and a lush tropical garden. Dive into the plunge pool, soak in the spa and enjoy an alfresco meal. The 2,200 square foot villa features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a freestanding casita. Walk to Yalku Lagoon for snorkeling or to the beach side for fine dining.

Rent this artist’s retreat from $406 per night for up to eight people.

SW Ocala to get over 1,000 new homes, townhouses and apartments Wed, 16 Nov 2022 18:33:40 +0000

The departmental commission unanimously approved on Tuesday a large residential development planned west of 60th Avenue SW and north of State Route 200, behind what was once known as The Centers.

Landlord and developer, Calibrex Ocala Ontario LP, plans to build 529 townhouses, 552 apartments and 108 detached single-family units, totaling 1,189 total units on 121.82 acres at 6280 SW 52nd St., according to county documents. .

Last month, the commission continued its final hearing on the application to get more details on key issues.

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