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    Middleburg, FL

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 1810 sq. ft. 1-story ranch style home features 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This lovely home sits on 1.3 acres of land. Enjoy the peaceful scenery from the enclosed patio in the back. The master bath has a walk-in shower and large vanity. The galley style kitchen has lots of counter and cabinet space. There is an attached 2-car garage. Middleburg, Florida is located 26 miles southwest of downtown Jacksonville and 16 miles northwest of Green Cove Springs, FL. Middleburg, FL is part of Clay County. You can enjoy many events and activities in the area, including boating on the St. John’s River, visiting one of the three military museums in the area, enjoy the Scottish Games & Festival, concerts on the green, art festivals, and lots of shopping and dining options. Being 26 miles from Jacksonville, the employment opportunities are great. There are 22 colleges within 50 miles of Middleburg. Florida State is the closest public 4-year university, located in Jacksonville, FL. Florida Gateway College is the closest public 2-year college located in Lake City, Florida. The average annual temperature is 68.26°F. The average annual rainfall is 50.66 inches and the average annual humidity is 77.07%.

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    Hagerstown, MD

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 1432 sq. ft. 2-story home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The finished 500 sq. ft. basement features 2 rooms and 1 bathroom. This beautiful traditional style home is in a cul-de-sac and has a large backyard. There is a wonderful deck in the back, great for family BBQ’s. The large family room in the basement has outside access. The split-level foyer leads to a large living room. The galley style kitchen has lots of counter and cabinet space. Both bathrooms on upper level feature tub/shower combinations. There is an attached 1-car garage. Hagerstown, Maryland is approximately 70 miles northwest of Washington, DC, 72 miles west-northwest of Baltimore, MD and 74 miles southwest of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It is in the heart of the Great Appalachian Valley. Despite its semi-rural Western Maryland setting, Hagerstown is a center of transit and commerce. The city has a diversified, stable business environment with modern service companies in various fields such as medical, aviation, manufacturing, transportation, retail and many more. If you love history, visit the nearby Civil War battlefields in Sharpsburg, MD and Boonsboro. Gettysburg, Monocracy and Harpers Ferry Battlefields are within a 30-minute drive. Within the city, there are numerous parks including Hagerstown City Park, which is home to the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Mansion House Art Gallery, Western Maryland 202 Locomotive Display and Museum, and the Hager House and Museum. The city hosts several popular annual events including an alternative festival that features live reggae and rock music and entertainment held at various times throughout the year. The city draws thousands every year to the Western Maryland Blues Fest, the popular Augustoberfest celebrates Hagerstown's German heritage, and the annual Alsatia Mummers' Halloween Parade. There are several colleges and universities in the area, including Hagerstown Community College and University System of Maryland at Hagerstown. The average annual temperature is 52.82°F. the average annual rainfall is 38.13 inches and the average annual snowfall is 23.50 inches.

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    Albuquerque, NM

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 1420 sq. ft. 1-story home features 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The large living room has access to the backyard and the patio. The large open kitchen has lots of cabinet space. Both bathrooms have a tub/shower combination. The yard is fenced and there is an attached 2-car garage. Albuquerque is home to the University of New Mexico (UNM), Kirtland Air Force Base, Sandia National Laboratories, the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute, Central New Mexico Community College (CNM), Presbyterian Health Services, and Petroglyph National Monument. The Sandia Mountains run along the eastern side of Albuquerque, and the Rio Grande flows through the city, north to south. Albuquerque is also the home of the International Balloon Fiesta, the world's largest such gathering of hot-air balloons from around the globe. The event takes place during the first week of October. One of the major art events in the state is the summertime New Mexico Arts and Crafts Fair, a non-profit show exclusively for New Mexico artists and held annually in Albuquerque since 1961 The local cuisine prominently features green chili, which is widely available in restaurants, including national fast-food chains. Albuquerque lies at the center of the New Mexico Technology Corridor, a concentration of high-tech private companies and government institutions along the Rio Grande. The city was rated seventh among America's Engineering Capitals in 2014 by Forbes magazine. Albuquerque ranked among the Top 10 Best Cities to Live by U.S. News & World Report in 2009 and was recognized as the fourth best place to live for families by the TLC network. Albuquerque is the medical hub of New Mexico, hosting numerous state-of-the-art medical centers. Some of the city's top hospitals include the VA Medical Center, Presbyterian Hospital, Heart Hospital of New Mexico, and Lovelace Women's Hospital. The average annual temperature is 56 degrees. The average annual rainfall is 10.29 inches and the average annual snowfall is 9.51 inches.

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    Quechee, VT

    PLEASE NOTE: RENOVATIONS ARE COMPLETE! This single family 1800 sq. ft. 2-story home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This beautiful homes sits on 1.20 acres of land. The kitchen has an island, lots of counter space, wood cabinets and a breakfast bar. The master bedroom and bath are on the main floor. The master bath features dual sink vanity, jetted garden tub, and separate shower. Covered patio, deck and detached 2 car garage. The lower level features 2 of the bedrooms, a bathroom with a tub/shower combo and a bonus room. The bonus room has a walkout to the covered patio. There is a detached 2-car garage. Home uses HWBB (Hot Water Baseboard Heating System). Home is located in a ski and golf community and near highways. The Village of Quechee is located in the town of Hartford. Hartford, VT is located just less than an hour south of Montpelier, VT on the New Hampshire boarder. Quechee was known for a picturesque covered bridges. Currently at the site of the old Quechee mill, which now houses the Simon Pearce glass-blowing facility and restaurant. Quechee is located along the Ottauquechee River in the western part of the town of Hartford. Hartford hosts a plethora of events throughout the year. Some events including Ice Fishing, Quechee Haunted Trail and Festival, Skate with Santa, Summer Concert Series, and many more. There are employment opportunities in the surrounding areas. Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH is just 12 minutes from Hartford, VT. The average annual temperature is 43.3 degrees. The average annual rainfall is 43.81 inches and the average annual snowfall is 84.29 inches.

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    Jacksonville, FL

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 1262 sq. ft. 1-story home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This lovely brick home has a family room and a separate living room. One bathroom has a walk-in shower, the 2nd bathroom has a tub/shower combination. All three bedrooms have carpet. The kitchen is roomy and has lots of cabinet and counter space. The living room has access to the backyard via sliding glass door. The yard is fenced with a chain link fence. This home is just minutes from downtown and the Naval base. Easy access to major interstates. Jacksonville is in northeast Florida and is centered on the banks of the St. Johns River, about 25 miles south of the Georgia state line and about 340 miles north of Miami. Jacksonville a major military and civilian deep-water port. Jacksonville is home to multiple military facilities, and with Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay nearby, making Jacksonville the third largest naval presence in the country. Employment opportunities in the local area include businesses such as banking, insurance, healthcare and logistics. As with much of Florida, tourism is also important to the Jacksonville area, particularly tourism related to golf. Jacksonville, Florida ranked 3rd in the top ten U.S. cities to relocate to find a job. Throughout the year, many annual events of various types are held in Jacksonville. The Jacksonville Jazz Festival, held downtown, is the second-largest jazz festival in the nation, while Springing the Blues, one of the oldest and largest blues festivals has been held in Jacksonville Beach since 1990. Jacksonville operates the largest urban park system in the United States. Jacksonville is home to many institutions of higher education. The University of North Florida (UNF), Jacksonville University (JU), Edward Waters College, Florida State College at Jacksonville and The University of Florida to just name a few. The average annual high temperature is 79.3 degrees, while the average annual low temperature is 57.8 degrees. The average annual rainfall is 52.39 inches.

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    Brandywine, MD

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 1426 sq. ft. 2-story townhouse features 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms. The finished basement features a recreation room, bonus room and full 3rd bathroom with walk-in shower. This lovely colonial style home as beautiful gleaming wood floors. The master suite has vaulted ceilings and large closet. The master bath has separate tub and walk-in shower with dual vanity. The amenities in the community include a playground, volleyball court, pool and community center. Close to shopping, entertainment and reasonable commute to Andrews AFB and Bolling AFB. Brandywine, Maryland is located about 18 miles southeast of Capitol Hill – between the suburban neighborhoods and the rural countryside between Clinton and Waldorf in the southeast corner Prince George’s County, with a population of approximately 11,860 residents. Brandywine is near Cedarville State Forest where you can camp, hike and fish, a nice place to rest, relax and recharge your battery. There is lots of history in Brandywine and the surrounding area, with lots of the historical residences and churches. There are 63 colleges within 50 miles of Brandywine. The nearest college is College of Southern Maryland is 11.4 miles away in La Plata, MD and Prince George’s Community College is 14 miles away in Largo, MD. The average annual temperature is 55.95°F. The average annual rainfall is 42.84 inches and the average annual snowfall is 16.81 inches.

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    Broken Arrow, OK

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 1737 sq. ft. 1-story home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The large master suite has access to the back patio via sliding glass doors. The master bath has dual vanities. A beautiful stone fireplace is the focal point of the large living room. Enjoy the galley style kitchen with lots of counter and cabinet space. This home is near schools, shopping and a golf course. Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is just 18 minutes from Tulsa, Oklahoma. A 2007 crime survey by CQ Press found Broken Arrow to be the 22nd-safest city in the nation and the safest city in Oklahoma. Broken Arrow has also been listed in the top 100 best places to live, one of the most affordable places to live, and one of the best towns for families. Some of the more notable employers in the area include FlightSafety International, Blue Bell Creameries and Windstream Communications. A newer full-service hospital and medical office building were constructed in 2010. The city is working on revitalizing the downtown area, known as the Rose District, with museums, performing arts centers, restaurants, shops and a farmer’s market. Higher education in Broken Arrow includes Northeastern State University, and Tulsa Technology Center. The average annual high temperature is 70.8 degrees. The average annual low temperature is 46.3 degrees. The average annual rainfall is 42.22 inches and the average annual snowfall is 4.96 inches.

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    Nocona, TX

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This single family 2245 sq. ft. 1 story brick home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This lovely home has a great layout with hardwood floors in the bedrooms, living room and formal dining room. The living room has a beautiful brick fireplace. Both bathrooms have walk-in showers. The back has a covered patio and a large yard. The garage is on the side of the home. Nocona, Texas is located 47 minutes east of Wichita Falls, TX, less than two hours northwest of Dallas, TX and just two and a half hours south of Oklahoma City, OK. The population is approximately 3,033. Nocona is known as "The Classic Car Capital of Texas!" The Classic Car Museum is home to over 138 cars including American vintage and muscle cars and over 40 Corvettes from 1953-1978. There is something for everyone in Nocona, whether it's baseball, the arts, history, nature, golf, recreation, shopping, food, or vineyards and wineries, there's always a lot to see and do in Nocona and the surrounding countryside! They even have Geocaching! Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. Nocona has two community parks; The Chisholm Trail Rodeo Arena; a public swimming pool; a multi-sports complex with softball and baseball fields; an all-weather track located at the football stadium; a library; and two 18-hole golf courses. Nocona has a 38-bed hospital, a medical clinic, a wellness center, and two veterinary clinics. Nocona is close to several colleges and universities: North Central Texas College has two campuses in the area (Bowie and Gainesville), Midwestern State University and Vernon Regional Junior College, both in nearby Wichita Falls, and the University of North Texas and Texas Women's University in nearby Denton. The average annual temperature is 63 degrees. The average annual rainfall is 34.62 inches and the average annual snowfall is 1.78 inches.

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    Salado, TX

    PLEASE NOTE: ALL PICTURES SHOWN ARE PRE-RENOVATION! This lovely 2-story 1805 sq. ft. Townhouse features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Enjoy this beautiful, well laid-out townhouse with tile entryway that opens to a large living room. The living room has a wonderful brick-faced 2-story high corner fireplace and soaring windows offering a panoramic view. The cathedral ceilings underscore the generous room proportions. The large U-shaped kitchen offers ample counter and cabinet space. The Master Bedroom is downstairs. The upstairs offers two large secondary bedrooms, both with sliding doors to a balcony. This home is surrounded by peaceful scenery and you can enjoy the serenity of nature and roaming deer. Salado, Texas is located about 20 minutes from Ft Hood. Austin is 40 minutes away, and Temple is 15 minutes. The town is home to the Stagecoach Inn, the oldest continuously running hotel in Texas. Creativity has always been at the heart of Salado. You can experience works from locally and nationally known artists. There are several festivals throughout the year. This community exudes true Texas hospitality. If Culture is what you are looking for, the artisans of Salado have much to share. The Mill Creek Country Club features three nine-hole courses designed by world renowned architect Robert Trent Jones, JR. Employment opportunities are abundant, with Fort Hood, Austin, Killeen and Temple nearby. There are several community colleges Temple College (Temple); East Williamson County Higher Education Center (Hutto); Central Texas College (Killeen); Austin Community College (Austin) and four-year institutions including Baylor University (Waco); Texas A&M University – Central Texas (Killeen); University of Texas (Austin), to just name a few. The average annual temperature is 65.86 degrees. The average annual rainfall is 34.71 inches and the average annual humidity is 75.13%.