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1(house/building) renovar(painting/furniture) restaurar
- The building was newly renovated and in a good location.
- The zoo will also put out for the public reptiles in its newly renovated house.
- The damage caused by the landslides has left the newly renovated house structurally damaged, and condemned.
- The building was recently renovated but the apartment itself is in need of work.
- The club has also recently renovated the main building and painted the area available for general purposes.
- Before they move in the property is completely renovated, including a new bathroom, kitchen and central heating.
- City officials expect to completely renovate the interior of the building, which suffers from mold and water damage.
- The property has been extensively renovated over the past three years but many of the original features remain.
- The house has been carefully renovated by its current owners, who are now embarking on another restoration project.
- In 1992 the Old State House was provided with new foundations and was extensively renovated.
- Dingle Library was built in 1918 and renovated to a very high standard in 1985.
- Some buildings had been totally renovated between 1980 and 1993.
- The house was built about 100 years ago and has been totally renovated.
- Council officers will explain what grants are available to help landlords renovating homes.
- She said the planning officials stressed that by retaining and renovating the existing cottage its historical essence is retained.
- He bought the house earlier this year and has had builders renovating it.
- So, there are just five months to go until the station is fully renovated, probably.
- The owners renovated the fireplace using reclaimed bricks, keeping the old look and feel of the cottage.
- Oak Springs is in superb condition and has been tastefully renovated.
- The architects renovated the entire exterior and tried to restore the building's initial appearance.