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FOR RENT: CRYSTAL HEIGHTS, ST. MICHAEL
This lovely 4- bedroom 3 bathroom executive / family dwelling is nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac in Crystal Heights. It comes fully furnished with open plan living, dining and kitchen area; family room and study; high ceilings and ceiling fans in all the regular rooms and AC in both the master bedroom and the office / music studio.

A large roof deck and ground-floor patio complete this property for great entertaining. Security grills and insect screens are installed throughout. This sought-after neighborhood is in a central location within 5 minutes of the Warrens commercial district, 8 minutes from the U.W.I and about 15 minutes from the capital Bridgetown.

Amenities are just a short drive away! The monthly rent is $ 4500

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FOR SALE: GOODLAND, ST. MICHAEL
This 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom property is centrally located and is in close proximity to all the amenities. It has a floor area of 1484 sq. ft. and its land size is 3,336 sq. ft.

For a greater look at the property head over to our website or give us a call at 426 - 7108.

The Asking Price is NOW $ 300,000.00
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FOR SALE: #10 Coverley Court, Christ Church
Situated close to the Airport and all other amenities is this large property that is about 98% completed. This home in Coverley consists of 4 bedrooms, 3 bathroom with the master en-suite housing a jacuzzi as well as an indoor pool.
There are charming finishes throughout and would make a wonderful family home.

The Asking Price is now $700,000.00.
Call us soon to find out more information about this amazing opportunity.
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It's a new year and that means new opportunities! Happy New Year everyone!
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Wood Cleaning Tip: Wood isn't hungry! You cannot feed furniture. No matter what the advertising says, wood cannot be fed or nourished or enriched with polishes or oils. Once it has a protective finish over it for beauty and protection, the wood is sealed. Polishes and oils will not penetrate it.
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From all of us at Doug's Realty Limited we want to wish everyone a wonderful holiday season.
🎄Happy Holidays!🎄
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Wood Cleaning Tip: When polishing metal hardware, take it off the furniture first. Take your time and make a note to remember what piece goes back where. Use a quality metal polish to get it shining again. Once it's buffed, put it back on, being careful not to scratch the wood surfaces. I recommend that you don't try to do this all at one time. It can be a lot of work, so take a few days, doing a few pieces at a time, instead of getting tired and frustrated with trying to do too much.
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Wood Cleaning Tip: Restoring or refinishing an older or antique piece of furniture to its original glory might seem like a good idea, and many times it is. But it's important to get advice from someone who is knowledgeable about the item you are considering. You may find that your piece is valuable and just needs a proper cleaning. Any more extensive work should be left to a professional.
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Wood Cleaning Tip: For a quick-fix touch up, use the appropriate colour shoe polish on scratches and chips, especially to make them less visible on the feet of furniture. Carefully using a matching-colour felt-tip marker first will hide it even better.
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FOR RENT: Commercial Property on Roebuck Street, Bridgetown
This commercial property is on Roebuck Street and has an area of 2,875 sq. ft .

It is a two storied building and can be used for diverse purposes. It formerly housed a mini-mart. The monthly rental is $5,000.

Call us at 426-7108 for more information
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