The 8th House Presents: "FIRE BALL" by Julian Trinidad Gardea.
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Sunday means sunset watching from the dining room and enjoying a meal together at a little slower pace.
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Clean, crisp lines, walls of windows and well-proportioned rooms. Architecturally distinctive contemporary with open floor plan, great light and woodland views. High ceilings, oak floors, a two-sided fireplace and doors to deck, perfect for al fresco entertaining. Great Room with Fireplace and vaulted ceiling with clerestory. Chef’s Kitchen with Breakfast Area open to Family Room. First Floor Master Suite with Fireplace, Dressing Room and Bath. Four additional Bedrooms including first floor Guest Suite. Enormous Gaming Room with Wet Bar. Gym. Sauna. Sun Decks. Pool with Spa. Cabana with outdoor shower. Garages for seven cars. Long drive to three private acres. The ultimate country getaway with every amenity. $1,595,000 Frank Geiger 917-974-6880 | email@example.com
Swipe left to see how the home looked just a few years ago. The owners of this Park Street Victorian painted it to highlight the home's Stick details and opened an enclosed entryway - and pop goes the house!! When the home was built in 1890, Buffalo's population was 255,000, an astounding increase from 1,500 just eight decades earlier. The Queen City's name seems to date to the 1780s when English-speaking settlers began moving here. The easy answer of where the name came from is Buffalo Creek here, but the question is where did that name came from? If Buffalo did roam the area, they were likely gone by the time the settlers got here. Some think that that French namea for the area, Beau Flueve (Beautiful River) and Veau à L'eau (Oxen at the Water) may have been anglicized, but grammar issues and the creek's small size make that seem unlikely. Several theorists have settled on the creek (and later the city) having been named for a Seneca tribesman named "De-gi-yah-goh." He was said to have a large, square frame with a bushy head of hair. His name means buffalo. It's worth noting that the native people called the area "Teyohoseroron" (the Place of the Basswoods).
We love when a space that was previously unused turns into a dream focal point. The entry door sits at the opposite end of a long hallway, and every day our client comes home to this beautiful view. Swipe for a closer look. ✨