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House for sale in Krnany - Exterior 4
Czech Republic
This house is for sale. We almost bought it, but didn't. The deal-breaker was the fact that the house is nearly inaccessible by public transportation, even though it's only about 35km from Prague. Maybe in 6 months the price will fall enough that it will be a bargain. Here's hoping.
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送信日: 14/06/2010
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