1772 Damron Road
will take your breath away! House has new metal roof, new paint
outside, concrete drive, 2 master B/R with private balconies,
221 ft of shore line, gentle slope to water, dock and boat house.
TIMS FORD LAKE
TOTAL LAKE HOMES FOR SALE - TO DATE: 90
TOTAL LAKE HOMES LISTED DURING JUNE: 12
TOTAL LAKE LOTS FOR SALE - TO DATE: 106
TOTAL LAKE LOTS LISTED DURING JUNE: 2
JUNE SALES ACTIVITY:
LAKE HOMES SOLD: 0
LAKE LOTS SOLD: 0
June New Listings
MLS #1187208 1772 Damron Road
Views will take your
breath away! House has new metal roof, new paint outside,
concrete drive, 2 master B/R with private balconies, 221 ft of
shore line, gentle slope to water, dock and boat house.
MLS #1184193 103
Hickory Hill Drive $424,900
Nice lakefront cottage with beautiful
landscaping. Covered floating dock with lift, open floor plan,
sunken living room with fireplace, covered back deck and large
upper deck, spiral staircase leading downstairs, steam bath
MLS #1184239 99 Hope
Nice house in a
quiet neighborhood, near end of cul-de-sac, nice size rooms,
storage building, beautiful above-ground pool with deck and
fence, well maintained home with nice amenities.
MLS #1186836 0
Huffman Park $259,000
Great lot in
Ridgeville s/d, already has a covered floating dock, partially
cleared, great building site with big water view.
MLS #1187905 0 Rock
House Road $159,900
bluff front property in private community, enjoy all of the
seasons, listen to flowing creek and look out over the valley.
Calendar of Events
July 1 - Canada Day
July 4 - Independence Day
July 14 - Bastille Day
July 25 - Parents Day
July 4th Around the World
The parades, music and fireworks so closely linked with the
America's 4th of July observances are actually common ways to
celebrate independence. During the month of July, America,
Canada, France and the Bahamas all observe their independence
holidays with lively parades and music.
Our northern neighbor, Canada, celebrates the establishment of
its federal government on July 1st. Known today as Canada Day,
this holiday, previously known as Dominion Day and Confederation
Day, commemorates the British North America Act of July 1, 1867,
that gave Canadians Home Rule.
The national celebration is always observed on the 1st, unless
it falls on a Sunday, in which case it is observed on the
following Monday. Fireworks, parades, picnics and other events
mark the occasion and, in recent years, are often combined with
the July 4th events in the states that border Canada.
Bastille Day, yet another July freedom festival, is observed in
France on July 14th. On this day in 1789, the infamous Bastille
prison was stormed by the people of Paris, and the date is now
generally acknowledged as the end of the French Monarchy and the
start of the French Republic.
Like its American predecessor, the French Independence Day
honors the event with military parades, music, gatherings at
bistros and cafes, holiday meals, and, by nightfall, a huge
display of fireworks over the City of Lights.
The Bahamas, which celebrates its independence on July 10th,
also uses military parades and music to commemorate its freedom
from British rule, although the islands' celebrations maintain a
Caribbean flair. Modeling the freedom celebrations on the
Christmas festival of Junkanoo, the holiday parades
feature bright colors, masks and costumes. Similar to Mardi Gras
celebrations, Junkanoo parades are held in the cities of Nassau,
New Providence and Freeport.
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