Single Story For Sale in Palos Verde Norte, El Dorado Ranch

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•  1,200 sq. ft., 1 bath, 2 bdrm single story “2B/1B Home Near Pools and Tennis”$59,900 USD. PRICE TO SELL

– Just a 3 minute walk to new community center and pools, jacuzzi and tennis courts, this spacious and colorful home is located in a friendly and active neighborhood of El Dorado Ranch. The living room/dinning combo provide plenty of room for entertaining. The kitchen includes lots of cabinets, white tile counters and zoned air conditioning and heating. The bonus room is currently used as an office and can be enlarged as an art/tool room or 2nd bathroom. The back porch is enclosed and has washer/dryer and outdoor sink. The side yard is big enough for RV parking as well. The entire lot is fenced for dog friendly owners. This is a very friendly neighborhood with many year round neighbors. View the Sea of Cortez from the side or front porch swings, or take in some sun from the roof top deck. Parking for vehicle and ATV in the enclosed porch. The taxes are low ($80 per yr) and HOA can be paid monthly at $58 per month. Home will be sold furnished. Seller financing is available….call to view this great looking home at an affordable price.

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Lot / Land For Sale in Palos Verde North, San Felipe


Near Everything, Peaceful and Quiet

•  lot / land “Near New Pools and Tennis”$15,000 USD. Special Low Price

– This is an improved R/V lot. Just pull in and enjoy. You can walk to the new pools, hot tub and tennis courts. The beach is a short 2 mile drive. This beach is part of the El Dorado Ranch Resort. This means that it is well cared for. There are shade palapas as well as outdoor showers to clean the sand off of your dog and your feet!! There are close by gas stations, medical centers and stores. This is an active community of Americans and Canadians. Please call to set up a visit.

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The Gender Problem-Not What You Think…

Spanish-Pinpointed-680x340When trying to speak Spanish to the “Local Folks”, I try my best to use “La” and “El” correctly. People are very patient, but some just stare with a blank look. Any bit of new information regarding the Spanish language is great appreciated.

I found this info on the web recently:

As a rule, feminine words end in an ‘a’ and masculine words in an ‘o’. But there are a number of exceptions, a common one being el problema, which is masculine. It’s not unusual to hear foreigners use the intuitive, and wrong, “la problema“.

A number of nouns beginning with the letter ‘a’ use the masculine definite article ‘el‘ or indefinite ‘un‘ to avoid the two a’s clashing: examples are el agua, el azúcar, un alma. But unlike el problema, these words are feminine so use the corresponding endings:agua fría, azúcar blanca, alma perdida.

There are a number of nouns that can be either masculine or feminine. La radio or el radio, la mar or el mar. It’s common for people to use la radio when referring to radio in general as a communications medium—an abbreviated form of la radiodifusión—and el radio when referring to the appliance. Radio is also masculine when it means radius, or radium.

There are also words that mean one thing when masculine, and another when feminine. La cometa means the kite, and el cometa means the comet. El orden means order as in law and order, while la orden means order as in command, or an order for goods (or food at a restaurant). The feminine la frente means forehead, while the masculine el frente means front as in battle front, or the front of a building.

Does this help?