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Interior: California chic | Style at Home

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“I never really loved Los Angeles until I lived here,” admits former Torontonian Shereen Arazm. With a stunning two-storey Spanish Colonial Revival-style home and a garden bursting with pudgy pomegranates, glossy avocados, a regal fig tree, wild strawberries and an organic vegetable patch complete with a selection of herbs, it’s easy to imagine how this place could literally grow on you.

After owning abodes in Florida and on LA’s storied Mulholland Drive, Shereen and her husband, Oren Koules, along with their daughters, six-month-old Neve and Sam, 4, and Oren’s son, 17-year-old Miles, made the move to Hancock Park, an affluent area dating back to the 1920s. “Hancock Park is very much a neighbourhood like you’d find in Toronto. Before, we were up in the hills with no sidewalks and it didn’t feel as family oriented. This house has really changed my perspective,” she says.

Shereen is smitten with the eight-bedroom

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Belmont, MA Homes For Sale & Real Estate

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Belmont, MA Homes For Sale & Real Estate


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Blackbeard the Pirate House in Beaufort, North Carolina

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Blackbeard the Pirate House in Beaufort, North Carolina





Blackbeard’s House





The Front of the Hammock House
The Hammock House looking northeast.


Blackbeard headquartered out of what was shown on ancient maps as the “white
house” which was located on what is now Taylor’s creek, overlooking the inlet to the
Atlantic Ocean at Beaufort.  After nearly 300 years, things have changed. Today the
house is known as the Hammock House, and the the house is over 500 feet from water due to
build up and filling in over the centuries.


The Hammock House, oldest home in Beaufort dates back to approximately 1700 and has
been used for a variety of purposes during its nearly 300 year history. It has had 31
owners who

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