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5 file(s) - Uploaded by: Gibson650
Created: 1 day ago | Flag
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A small city away from the hustle and bustle of Downtown Miami, none of the traffic of South Beach, but all of the cultural diversity that people think when they some to sunny South Florida. With most of the homes built in the 1950's, it takes a lot to bring the true character for each neighbor out.
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: Brennan-Toth Oa...
Created: May 11, 2013 | Flag
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Hello Matt B, Ahmed, Todd and Josh . . . I am looking for some super heros . . . .my yard renovation angels. . . super guys on a mission to help a great family in a great oasis location complete their dream home by finishing the yard renovation!! Are you up for the Caloosa Challenge in the The City of Palms????!!!!!!! WE HOPE AND PRAY THAT YOU ARE UP FOR THIS CHALLENGE!!
Fort Myers, FL is know as the City of Palms and has king palms lining many of its roadways.
In the late 1800s, Tootie McGregor and Thomas & Mina Edison began the beautification of Fort Myers. Imported Royal Palms were planted along Riverside Drive, later renamed McGregor Boulevard. We believe McGregor Boulevard is one of the most beautiful streets anywhere in America - come take a drive and see for yourself!
hese magnificent Royal Palms, some towering at 75 feet, give the City of Palms its nickname. The fun and variety of tropical gardening is one of many great reasons to enjoy living in the Fort Myers area.
Our great USA innovators, Thomas Edison and Henry Ford built their winter homes on the beautiful and expansive Caloosahachee River, the only intercoastal waterway that goes fromt he Atlanta Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico!
The River were we live is a mile wide and looks like we are on the ocean!! They could have built anywhere in the USA, but the chose to come here, so they must have had some very good reaons, after all they didn't make any of their decisions lightly or without a well thought out process! Where we live on the Caloosahadee River that goes right out to the Gulf of Mexico is So Beautiful, relaxing and peaceful . . . a little piece of heaven . . . our personal oasis!! Come see for your self why these great entrepreneurs and innovators came here!!
TFort Myers was one of the first forts built along the Caloosahatchee River as a base of operations against the Seminole Indians.
Fort Myers first became a nationally known winter resort with the building of the Royal Palm Hotel in 1898. Access was greatly improved with the opening of a 28-mile (45 km extension of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from Punta Gorda to Fort Myers on May 10, 1904, giving Lee County both passenger and freight service. But what really sparked the city's growth was the construction of the Tamiami Trail Bridge across the Caloosahatchee River in 1924. After the bridge's construction, the city experienced its first real estate boom.
Before our current recession hit the nation, Fot Myers was slated to become the next Fort Lauderdale and soon will be as soon as the recession lifts! We wanted to move here from up North before millions of the 68 million retirees start to come here! It truly is so peaceful and relaxing and an oasis from the stresses of the world and life!
Come see for yourself . . . you won't be disappointed! We renovated an old home on the Caloosa River, but due to my injury and my tri-level cervical disc surgery and loss of employment, we have been unable to complete our outside yard renovation. We would love to complete the outdoor oasis prior to retirement and NEED YOUR HELP. Please please please come and see for yourself why we fell in love with our home, yard and view. Michael and I are ready to roll up our sleeves and help all of you and provide you some great homemade meals!! Maybe you love it so much you will want to stay too and rennovate your own home on this hidden gem and help us complete this wonderful neighborhood!! I would love tto give this gift to my hardworking and loving husband, my family and grandchildren . . . please help me complete the dream!!
With love and hopeful dreaming,
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: Tim Penn
Created: Apr 20, 2013 | Flag
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If ever there were a town that needed crashed, it's Parkersburg. This once-proud town on the Ohio River has seen better days.
Our neighborhood could use your help. We just retired here and are sprucing up our 1930's charmer. We would really like to have help for our neighbors.
It is really a lovely town with great people - who could use a helping hand with their once-beautiful homes, now in need of some TLC.
Would it be a first for HGTV to come to West Virginia?
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: Aquemini33
Created: Apr 10, 2013 | Flag
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Capital of Virginia, close to DC, the beach, the Carolinas. It's a great mixture of southern charm and northern flavor with plenty going on to satisfy a diverse group of people from the quilter and the crafter to the rocker and the rapper and everyone in between!