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  • On quiet streets locals greet each other with four kisses, and behind closed white wooden shutters, in what look like unlived-in homes, some of the finest cognacs on the planet slumber, purposefully.

    A Slow Path to Perfection

  • Richard Fenning's office has an unlived-in quality to it.

    A Steady Hand

  • He was disturbed by the static, unlived-in quality of this room.

    Sudden Rain

  • Though he spends almost all his time here, the house feels eerily unlived-in, like a hotel lobby, as a platoon of servants keeps every surface shining.

    The Godfather of Bangalore

  • And no wonder: The unlived-in mansion encompasses 103 rooms, five swimming pools and its own 50-seat screening room.

    Most Expensive Homes In The...

  • Despite the breathtaking view, the expensive furnishings, even the family photographs, the suite had a sterile, unlived-in, showroom feel.

    Florida Getaway

  • It occurred to me that someone could be in the basement, watching television, and the house would appear dark and unlived-in.

    Seven Up

  • The main section of the house was almost unlived-in, as pristine as a model home for sale, with its theme rooms and matching murals and numerous paintings on the walls.

    Every Breath You Take

  • She lost no time in tucking the note tidily away and going back to her room, now looking bare and unlived-in.

    The Fateful Bargain

  • The doors on either side of the foyer were closed, and the house had an unlived-in atmosphere that contrasted sharply with all the loveliness outside.

    There's Something In A Sunday


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