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“A four-bedroom apartment can rent as high as $19,150 per month.”
“A study of typical prices for four-bedroom homes has concluded that you could buy 26 houses in the motor city of Detroit for the cost of one in the Californian enclave of Newport Beach, which is the wealthiest housing market in the US and is known to television viewers as the setting for the stylish teen drama The OC.”
“The family still attends church in Chicago, but Guice loves returning to his four-bedroom home with a backyard overlooking a pond.”
“Beth and Sean Smith took out a home-equity line of credit this month to help finance the purchase of a 4,000 square-foot, four-bedroom home in Indianapolis.”
“Or if I felt like transferring the naming rights to one of the swells whose four-bedroom overlooks the park in the hope he'll contribute 15 minutes of syndication royalties or hedge fund profits to the park, how about something lyrical like Seinfeld Summit, Madonna Mountain, or David Koch Bowl, after the sweet way the ride peters into a field at the bottom of the hill.”
“A four-bedroom house on six acres of land nearby is asking $695,000.”
“Coldwell Banker's latest annual report surveyed regional prices for four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes across the country.”
“Brian Smith The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home also has hardwood floors and two full kitchens.”
“$1.2 Million A 3,400-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bathroom home on about 10 acres, about two hours from Vail or Steamboat Springs, Colo.”
“Ajit Jain , who runs Berkshire's highly profitable specialty reinsurance business, last week bought a 34th-floor four-bedroom apartment at One Beacon Court for $14.65 million, according to people familiar with the matter.”
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