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“BONUS Euro-Indian fusion restaurant and bijoux four-room spa for sybarites — mountain-biking, kite-flying and fort-hopping for active types.rasaresorts. in; from $345 a night”
“In Cape Town: Ezard House, a contemporary hotel perched on a seaside bluff (ezardhouse.com); Hemingway House, a four-room enclave surrounding a courtyard-pool (00-27-21-461-1857).”
“This darling four-room spot offers plush and private living in the heart of Venice.”
“In one example, a four-room shanty contained at least six people.”
“The median price for a four-room apartment rose at the same rate during that time, from $215,000 to nearly $304,000.”
“Six months later, Tabitha had saved $130 and used it to open a four-room health clinic, her life dream.”
“The family lived in a four-room apartment in Stuyvesant Town, a dense forest of 100 brick towers in lower Manhattan.”
“A four-room structure about 2,500 square feet, it had all the equipment needed to make chicha, a corn-based beer still popular in the Andes.”
“The family lived in a four-room apartment in Stuyvesant Town, and until it moved to the Upper West Side when she was a teenager, a relative said, Kagan shared a bedroom with her two brothers.”
“This four-room co-op in the St. George, an Art-Deco building, measures more than 1,100 square feet and has two bedrooms and two bathrooms.”
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