Cottages

Abandoned chalet overlooking Watership Down could be yours for £ 600,000

An abandoned country house overlooking Watership Down is for sale for £ 600,000 – despite fears the roof may collapse. The 400-year-old retreat, which has its own garden full of rabbits, is “not for the faint of heart” and is too dangerous to enter as the stairs can collapse. Elizabeth …

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Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Offers Free Child Car Seat Checks

On Saturday, November 20, Trauma Services at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital will be offering free child car seat checks at the Franklin Neighborhood Center in Santa Barbara. Checks will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in conjunction with the Santa Barbara County Fire and Emergency Services, City of …

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Cottage Grove Sentinel | Police register: 09/11/2021

November 9 • A vehicle theft has been reported in the 900 block of North Douglas Street. • An individual was taken into custody at Coiner Park with the assistance of an emergency mental health worker. The individual was transported to University District Peach Health Hospital. • An individual reported …

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Drs. Peppers and Larson leaving Cottage on December 22, say other plans are underway

GALESBURG – Two longtime pediatricians at Galesburg Cottage Hospital are resigning, but say they are working to ensure the community continues to receive adequate pediatric care. Frank Peppers and Amy Larson will be leaving Cottage on December 22, medics have confirmed. On behalf of the two medics, Peppers told The …

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West Bank Community Donates $ 100,000 to Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital Foundation Investment Fund | Good for Santa Barbara

Posted on November 15, 2021 | 3:18 p.m. Source: Martin E. Plourd for Community West Bank Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital Vice President Arie Dejong receives a big check from Community West Bank CEO Marty Plourd and Community West Bancshares Board Chairman Bill Peeples. (Courtesy photo) The West Bank community donated …

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Palm Cottage, the oldest house in Naples

Florida has always attracted dreamers and schemers who plan to create cities out of the wilderness, populated by wealthy sun worshipers. Some of the cities they created have survived and thrived, notable examples being Miami on the east coast and Cape Coral on the west. Traces of the unsuccessful are …

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