Thursday, January 17, 2013
The price tag is $824,320 for this 6-bedroom, 7-bathroom home in a golf course community.
This column showcases some of the most expensive homes for sale in Upper Marlboro. This week's feature is a single family brick colonial in the South Village Golf Course Community at Beech Tree. Here's what RE/MAX has to say about the home: Price Tag Listed: $824,320 High-level finishes complete the craftsmanship and style in this home built in 2007. It has five bedrooms, six full-bathrooms, one-half bathroom and is on a cul-de-sac and a .48 acre lot. The home has a driveway, garage and basement. Take a look at the attached photos.. Street address not listed.
Friday, September 21, 2012
Dora The Explorer or Mad Men? What's right for your family?
As thousands across the country start the countdown for favorite shows to start up new seasons, parents may be looking to refresh household rules guiding children’s television use. TV Watch, a nonprofit advocating for parental control over government control of family television use, estimates that 72 percent of American households have rules about TV use for kids. The group recommends that parents take a few minutes to review fall TV schedules and television show ratings, which range from a Y-rating (recommended for younger audiences) to MA (mature adults only). What sort of rules do you have to guide your child’s TV experience? From Dora The Explorer to Mad Men and Breaking Bad, what are your family’s favorite shows?
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Meet Zen, a gentle, sweet Shar-Pei looking for his forever home.
Need a little calm canine energy in your life? Meet Zen, a laid-back and super-sweet Chinese Shar-Pei. He's about five years old and weighs in at 50 pounds. Zen is a unique and striking dog who has a very gentle way about him, and just wants to be loved and to find his new place in the world. After being purchased from an Arizona breeder, Zen was surrendered by his owner, who claimed he was working longer hours and wasn’t able to care for him. Poor Zen lived in a home with his family for over four years and then suddenly found himself abandoned in a shelter for six long months. This is, unfortunately, a story that happens to good dogs every day. Because of his sweet, calm demeanor, Zen quickly became a staff favorite at the shelter, and …