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2520 7th St

Tillamook, OR
$106,900 | 1 Bedrooms | 1.00 Bathrooms | Approx. 854 sq. ft.

Quietly nestled in the picturesque city of Tillamook resides a beautiful HUD Home. This home features one bedroom, one bath and 854 square feet. The entry leads to the living room with wall to wall carpet and a ceiling fan. The dining area has a wood pellet stove, which leads to a kitchen galley and a utility room. The exterior features a front porch, an oversized one car garage, rear deck and a spacious fenced backyard.

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Places to visit in Oregon, The city of Astoria. Astoria offers other fun discoveries, such as historic Victorian homes, the beautiful 4.1 mile long Astoria Bridge, cruise ships, and fishing charters. Within a 20 mile radius, one can see dozens of exciting attractions including Fort Stevens State Park, Fort Astoria, Heritage Center Museum, Flavel House Museum, Uppertown Fire Fighters Museum, Astoria Column, and the Columbia River Maritime Museum, home to one of the nation’s finest displays of model ships and nautical artifacts.

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December 21, 2014 – Intracoastal-Front Jupiter Home

3527 Jonathans Harbour Drive
Jupiter, Florida
$2,800,000 | 5 Bedrooms | 6 Bathrooms | 7,600 sq. ft.

Beautiful home in unique location within Jonathan’s Landing. The view is of the bay and the passive park that separate the home from the Intracoastal waterway. The dock provides space for a 100’ yacht or two boats and the ocean fishing is only moments away with no fixed bridges.

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Today's Updates! (Dec. 21, 2014)

It’s WINTER! Today marks the first day of the winter with the winter solstice. So from here on out, bundle up lads and lasses, it’s gonna be a cold one. Grab your warmest blanket and a culpa tea, because here’s BenNews Daily!

  1. I thought I would start of with the comedy portion of BenNews Daily today, spice things up a bit. BC apparently has a multi-million pound mansion under his magnifying glass somewhere in the sunny hills of Hollywood. “The agent revealed: “Benedict’s representatives have indicated he is ready to make an initial offer which will not be too far off the asking price, so he could be moving in early in the New Year.” I know I’ve said it’s a slow news week but this is ridiculous in so many levels.
  2. If you want to read an article that basically reads like the movie Inception with a horny BC as the main character, then this article is the one for you."My what? Oh, I thought you said my romance skills, as we sit here alone in an empty bedroom’." ‘Nough said.
  3. Yesterday, an anon brought it to my attention that Benophie, our dearest nanny of all posted this gem on her page. It’s Sophie’s brother’s reaction to the engagement. And all I can say is…   

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  4. When they say everyone can sing, just not as well as others…they sure as hell weren’t kidding. We thought Epitaph was bad when Missy was wiggling around with a BDSM outfit in a dark room of octopi, but now we have another sing Sophie —but get this…IN FRENCH. Such intelligence, much bilingual. Mon Dieu!

I think I’ve scared you enough for today with the last reporting so that’s it for now! Off out, my fellowharts!

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1840 SE 174th Ave

Portland, OR
$135,000 | 2 Bedrooms | 1.00 Bathrooms | Approx. 1,060 sq. ft.

Perfectly situated in the Centennial neighborhood this HUD Home features 2 bedrooms, + bonus room, 1 bath and 1,060 above grade square feet. There is a 744 square foot unfinished basement with utility hook ups. There is a living room with hardwood floors + wood burning fireplace, a kitchen and dining room. The exterior features a front covered entry, rear deck, fenced yard, a 2-car attached garage with an open breeze way to the backyard and generous parking on the driveway. All situated on a 0.16 acre lot.

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Places to visit in Oregon, Twin Rocks at Rockaway Beach. After millions of years of erosion, the twin sea stacks of Twin Rocks were connected at one point to form a single structure. Prior to 1925, the Twin Rocks were called the “ProfileRocks” until they changed names due to a conflict with another set of profile rocks in the region. If you look closely, you can see a sea dragon, Indian, princess or Lochness monster.The pinnacle is 88’ high and the hole is 35’ across. You can actually fly a helicopter between the two formations. When viewed from above, the rocks are in affect a narrow wedge-shape perched on top of a rocky island. Did you ever wonder how the amazing Twin Rocks formation (and others like it along the Oregon coast) was created? According to George R. Priest, a geologist with Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries coastal field office in Newport, Twin Rocks is composed of sandstone formed about 20-30 million years ago. At that time, the entire area, including what is now the Coast Range, was an under-sea marine environment and part of the continental shelf, just as the ocean floor off the coast is today.

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thursday, december 18, 2014

i photographed this home today in Richmond, VA. the owner of the home passed away after owning this home for 105 years. nobody else in the family remains.

there’s so much beauty in history. 

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December 20, 2014 – Cozy Park Slope Duplex Co-op

420 12th Street, Apt. A3L
Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York
$1,250,000 | 2 Bedrooms | 1.5 Bathrooms | Co-op

Undeniably authentic and in the ever so coveted Ansonia Court cooperative sits this terrific 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath well kept duplex beauty. With original beamed wood ceilings, double exposures and factory style oversized windows, light abounds in every room of this home as do views of the tree tops from the lush interior shared courtyard of one of the neighborhoods most sought after buildings.

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THE YEAR IN SOUND 2014 // FAVORITE COVERS

This year seemed to be chocked full of bands covering other bands. Perhaps it’s just the ease of a quick in-studio session, or a lo-fi computer recording that can be shared with fans over Soundcloud, Bandcamp, or whatever happens to be your choice of distribution. Then again, it’s nothing new - what’s more likely is just that this year seemed to be loaded with more quality than usual. For those reasons and more, I’ve decided to do a separate list this year strictly for my favorite covers. They’re going up alphabetically. No reason to get caught up rating, when I’d rather just share my choices. Click the track listed for the original post with streaming audio and my initial thoughts on the cover. Enjoy!

TRACKLIST (click for audio)

Thanks for listening and reading. Favorite albums, songs, and more coming later this week! Stay tuned!

A real estate broker in Ermelo, the Netherlands, found a great way to encourage prospective buyers to take a quick tour of this house: his company built a roller coaster through it. There’s a single-person car which whisks a potential customer through the house while speakers describe its amenities.

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Illustrated Songs 2015 Calendar

A calendar inspired by 12 songs, illustrated by Barbarana

  1. Why? - January Twenty Something
  2. Real Estate - Snow Days
  3. Sufjan Stevens - Casimir Pulaski Day
  4. Phoenix - Rally
  5. Arcade Fire - Month of May
  6. Smashing Pumpkins - Mayonaise
  7. Fleet Foxes - Lorelai
  8. Pavement - Gold Soundz
  9. Neutral Milk Hotel - Everything Is
  10. Deerhunter - Memory Boy
  11. The National - Mr. November
  12. Vampire Weekend - Horchata

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December 19, 2014 – Magnificent and Modern Southampton Home

Southampton, the Hamptons, New York
$21,995,000 | 8 Bedrooms | 7.5 Bathrooms | 10,000 sq. ft.

One of the most incredible homes and properties in the Hampton, brand new and first time on the market. Old Hamptons meets modern living. Architecture is in a class of it’s own and magnificent design by Haynes Roberts with open, dramatic and airy barn like living areas.

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