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Paris Sets Its Sights on Owners of Second Residences
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    Paris Sets Its Sights on Owners of Second Residences
  • Welcome to Le Saint Petersbourg

    Paris Sets Its Sights on Owners of Second Residences
  • Welcome to Le Saint Petersbourg

    Paris Sets Its Sights on Owners of Second Residences

Paris Sets Its Sights on Owners of Second Residences

Posted on June 22, 2010 in: Admin

Owning a 2nd home or vacant apartment in Paris might quickly get a great deal pricier. If brand-new guidelines consented to by Paris City Council today go through France s parliament, taxes on second houses in the city could increase to double that for main homes, while taxes on permanently empty residential real estate would increase by 4 times.

The procedures come as France s capital goes all out to increase the volume of economical real estate readily available to local citizens. A question mark still hangs over whether the proposal will enter law its ratification by parliament is not ensured and could take some time.
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Main Line Monday: A French Dream in Merion Station

Posted on June 22, 2010 in: Admin

In some cases, the soul simply longs for a glamorized French farmhouse rather than a standard colonial home on the Main Line.

This gorgeous Normandy-style stone home, integrated in the mid-1920s in a design modeled after French provincial country manors, is situated on dreamily landscaped premises in Merion Station. From a distance, you can easily find the home s most distinctive feature: the round stone tower topped by a cone-shaped roofing system with a touch of Tudor design ornamental timbering. Approach the front doors at your very own danger: you may discover yourself just about all set to purchase this home from the curb appeal alone, what with its four sets of French doors topped with hand-carved wooden lintels. Learn about bordeeaux real estate at www.francepropertymagazine.com .

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The French Resistance Coffee Shop Effort Gets Underway in Sloatsburg

Posted on June 22, 2010 in: Admin

With newly painted white horse fencing in place and comprehensive work being done on the property, the conversion of Sloatsburg’s historic Waldron property is underway.

Michael Bruno’s Tuxedo Hudson Company has actually been working late spring and into early summer throughout the 1/2-acre property in Sloatsburg s village. The preliminary renovation effort is preparing for the considered French Resistance Coffee House & Cafe, Bruno s proposed European-style coffee house that will consist of ready farm fresh foods, an outdoor garden and a yard in the footprint of the original Waldron livery stable now styled the Rose Courtyard due to a flurry of newly planted increased bushes.
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