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  • n. Plural form of pied-a-terre.


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  • North of the interchange at kilometer 122 were roads leading into the Kawarthas, a picturesque region of lakes, rolling woodlands, and pretty little towns: Bridgenorth and scores of other dormitory exurbs, modest art colonies and resorts like Fenelon Falls where my friend Bea Mangan and her husband had a technocottage, enclaves of stunning affluence such as Mount Julian, where top Concern executives maintained pseudorustic pieds-a-terre on Stony Lake.

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  • Auction advertisements tout vacation condos in Mexico, pieds-a-terre on the -

  • Together, the Gaia companies appear well-positioned to capture the growing population of foreign buyers looking for pieds-a-terre at what appears to be a near-trough in the city's residential market.

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