There’s an incomparable luxury for a property to have its own private tennis court. The ability to play whenever one wants, at a moment’s notice, simply by walking out of your house, is a priceless attribute for the busy person who enjoys not only tennis, but basketball as well, since many private tennis courts also have at least one basketball hoop for a half-court game.
This weekend I was in Milwaukee with my husband to visit his family. My brother-in-law had us over for tea and I helped him put up his Christmas tree. He lives in a one-bedroom apartment on the 3rd floor of an old mansion. That mansion, that was once built for a single wealthy family, was later converted into 4 apartments.
What happens when artwork takes center stage in a home? Rather than adding art as an afterthought, even a single favored piece can easily serve as a perfect anchor for the rest of the room. The following images explore a variety of ways to make home artwork serve as more than just a focal point, but as a unifying feature within an interior design.
Green roofs, living walls, and vertical gardens are making their way into more and more urban areas. Green roofs have been around for centuries – the Vikings in Scandinavia were known for using sod or grass on the roofs of their homes – and there’s a good reason way – they’re beneficial for the homeowner in that they provide good insulation, and they’re also beneficial for the area at large, as a green roof filters water, permitting a slower return back into the urban sewer system.
With rising property costs and inflation, not everyone can afford an independent house. While most people might dream of their own bungalow set in sprawling lawns, it really does make more sense to opt for living in an apartment for its multiple benefits, as it promotes green living, better utilization of resources and more interaction among residents. Then there is the advantage of safety, lower maintenance costs, access to amenities, greater choice of location, security, and finally, cost savings!
Come December and residents of city will have a new destination to enjoy their morning stroll in the foothills of Galta Valley. The 51-hectare Eco Park will open its doors to morning walkers and bird watchers by the end of this year.
In a small room, it’s so important to keep things clutter free. Here, built-in bookshelves ensure the floor is kept clear. As a result the room feels contemporary and spacious.
The government’s latest policy package to revive and boost the cash-strapped construction and realty sector by putting in place a mechanism to release funds that are stuck in arbitration is a significant move for the industry and the economy.
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The Center Court Prime recently orgainsed a Launch event meet for its Channel Partners to announce the launch of TCC Prime-Low Rise apartments located in Sector-88A, Gurgaon. The event was well attended by brokers.
TCC Prime offers a unique opportunity of achieving an active lifestyle within the residential premises. Built on the theme of Sports Living Residences, TCC has kept into consideration today’s hectic lifestyle and how your home can help you unwind once you have left the hustle-bustle of work. It also offers amazing prospects to young children who want to adopt Sports as their career,as a way of life.
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