- August 18, 2007 at 12:16 pm #53100
Hi to you all
We have just booked our next flight (Sept 3rd) for anoher 10 days of property hunting on the CDS (Calahonda Area), I promise you all that my brain will not be left on the plane. We are trying to be more organized this time rather than rushing round like headless chickins, I have picked up some usefull information and tips on this forum since I joined for which I thank you.
I have identified a couple of poperties that seem to tick most of the boxes ,advertisted on the internet direct from Spanish owners.
I would be gratefull for some advice on the translation of a particular phrase used in one of the ads which I have pasted below
It is sold Leaned to release: Leaned house of 285 is sold m2 constructed, 4 dormitories, 2 bathrooms (one of them within the main dormitory), a cleanliness, ample terraces, hall-hungry, cooks totally equipped, 2 years of antiguedad, alarm system, A/A cold-heat, .mejor to see it [/b]
What does ‘It is sold Leaned to release’ mean please.
- August 18, 2007 at 12:27 pm #74071
Have you got the origional spanish text? sounds like a bad google translation.
- August 18, 2007 at 12:57 pm #74073
Yes it was a google translation, here is the original.
Se vende Adosado a estrenar: Se vende casa adosada de 285 m2 construidos,4 dormitorios,2 cuartos de baño (uno de ellos dentro del dormitorio principal),un aseo,amplias terrazas,salón-comedor,cocina totalmente equipada,2 años de antiguedad,sistema de alarma,A/A frio-calor,.mejor verlo
Thanks for your help
- August 18, 2007 at 1:32 pm #74074
estrenar means: to use for the first time.
- August 18, 2007 at 2:06 pm #74076
Thanks for your responce.
‘Use for the first time’ would seem to mean maybe its a new house, but its not.
Any other sugestions please
- August 18, 2007 at 2:11 pm #74077
For sale Townhouse, 285 m2 built, 4 beds 2 baths (one in main bedroom). Cloakroom/toilet, spacious terraces, lounge/Dining room, fully-fitted kitchen, 2 years old. alarm fitted, air conditioning/heat units, Better see it!
Sounds Ok, fairly large 🙂
Just seen you other post, could be never been lived in or new/just on the market? They do use it a lot, perhaps its something colloquial 😕
- August 18, 2007 at 2:35 pm #74078
Thanks for clearing that up for me.
Will be seeing that house and many others no doubt.
Will report back to the forum.
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