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8 Gäste, 3 Schlafzimmer, 5 Betten, 2 Badezimmer
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Brand New home with all brand new appliances and furniture, right in Downtown Three Oaks with a walk to everything. Screened in deck to enjoy and covered front porch with rocking chairs to sit out on with your family. Smart TVs throughout for whole family to watch what they want. Very friendly neighborhood and extremely safe. Come enjoy our brand new home and all the fun upgrades. Including our 1940’s antique “coffee” bar fully stocked. It’s a families dream home.

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It’s set up for all family members from toddlers to 100, a travelers dream come true. Three bedrooms, one king bed, one full size and two twin beds along with a full size sofa sleeper, two full bathrooms, porch and screened in decked. It Has everything you need to make it feel like home away from home. Brand new remodel inside and out.

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Schlafzimmer 1
1 Doppelbett (1,80 × 2 m)
Schlafzimmer 2
1 Doppelbett
Schlafzimmer 3
2 Einzelbetten

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Three Oaks, Michigan, Vereinigte Staaten

The village was first settled by Henry Chamberlain in 1850[6] and became a village in 1867. The village was originally called Chamberlain's Siding but was changed to Three Oaks. These oak trees were a guidepoint for train engineers.[7] None of the original three oak trees remain today; the last was cut down nearly 100 years ago.[when?]

Three Oaks' hometown pride is evident during its Flag Day Celebration in June. The celebration and Flag Day Parade is the largest in the country.

"Apple Cider Century" is a bicycle ride of 15, 25, 37, 50, 62, 75 or 100 miles around Three Oaks. It was started by the Three Oaks Spokes Bicycle Club in 1974. More than 6,000 riders take part annually. It is held on the last Sunday of September.[8][9][10]

Three Oaks celebrated the centennial of receiving the Dewey Cannon at the village's Flag Day Festival (June 9–11, 2000). A historical marker at Dewey Cannon Park in Three Oaks relates: "This cannon, captured in the Spanish–American War by Admiral Dewey, was presented to Three Oaks when its citizens raised fourteen hundred dollars for a memorial to the men of the battleship Maine. This was the largest contribution, per capita, of any community in the nation. 'Three Oaks Against the World', a local paper proudly boasted. This park was dedicated October 17, 1899, by President William McKinley, and others. Presentation of the cannon took place on June 28, 1900. Guest of honor was Helen Miller Gould, called the Spanish–American War's 'Florence Nightingale'. Thousands of people were in attendance on each occasion."[11] The Dewey Cannon, which remains on display in the park of the same name, bears the engraved monogram of Queen Isabella II of Spain.

The Christmas movie Prancer, released in 1989, was filmed on location largely in the village of Three Oaks[12](other locations in nearby LaPorte, Indiana, were also used). A sequel, Prancer Returns, was made in 2001 (filming location Uxbridge, Ontario), in which a boy comes to Three Oaks to learn about the "Prancer incident".[7]

Three Oaks is also home to the Warren Featherbone Factory, which was built over a century ago by Edward Kirk Warren to strip turkey feathers of their quills to use in women's garments of the era, such as corsets, which used "stiffeners". This replacement for the "whalebone" material was welcomed by the garment industry of the late 19th century.[7] The factory still stands today and houses the Journeyman Distillery, Acorn Theater, and Featherbone Factory.
Extremely safe neighborhood and very friendly neighbors all around.

Gastgeber:in: Tammy

  1. Mitglied seit März 2014
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We enjoy traveling the world and experiencing new culture while meeting new people all over the world. Hotels get old for us so it’s nice to stay in a home or condo. We work in the travel industry so we know what it takes to make a home feel like a home away from home and how important it is.
We enjoy traveling the world and experiencing new culture while meeting new people all over the world. Hotels get old for us so it’s nice to stay in a home or condo. We work in the…

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