gated community

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gated community

A fenced and gated community of homes. Most local governments require public access to all roads maintained by the government. As a result, gated communities must usually assess homeowners in order to maintain their own roads.

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Contrary to what is reported in prior research (Cheshire and Sheppard 1995; Bible and Hsieh 2001; Lang and Nelson 2007), dummy variables such for floor materials, gated neighborhoods, and neighboring schools do not seem to improve housing values in this sample.
They include binary indicators for the presence of the dwelling within a gated neighborhood (GATE), whether the neighborhood has a guard post (GUARD), and if the neighborhood has a park or green areas (PARK).
Germay is smaller than the other gated neighborhoods on Chenal Valley's northern end: Orle, Sologne and Deauville.
Here, residents enjoy a laid-back, fun-filled lifestyle at communities like Boca Royale Golf & Country Club, a private gated neighborhood of Georgian one-story houses (to $525,000); and Windward of Cape Haze, a meticulously planned community with properties ranging from the mid-$200,000s to more than $2 million.
She called her estate The Oaks, and today its grounds remain near the prestigious, exclusive gated neighborhood that bears the same name.
This is a private gated neighborhood lush with mature tropical foliage.
Laurel Oak Estates and Country Club is a gated neighborhood of 813 acres of trees and lakes where the streets are named after famous golfers and the 36-hole golf course was designed by Gary Player.
Built in 2002, the home is located at 7018 Portmarnock Place in Country Club Village, one of the most prestigious gated neighborhoods in Lakewood Ranch.

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