des res

des res

(dɛz rɛz)
n
(Marketing) (in estate agents' jargon) a desirable residence
Translations

des res

n (hum inf)attraktiver Wohnsitz
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DES RES The semi-detached house on the left in Leicestershire
What's the deal: If you love to entertain at home, you'll love this des res - which it has its own bar.
Presenter George Clarke, below, is on a mission is to show that even the biggest architectural monstrosity can become a des res with a little bit of imagination and TLC.
The des res will feature a kitchen, sitting room, four en-suite bedrooms, a gym, cinema, steam room and wine cellar.
5m mansion on offer near Morpeth - but there's a des res for most tastes and most pockets.
Here, engineer Professor Brendan Walker examines the science behind everything from non-stick pans to lingerie by contrasting his own Fifties des res, and in the process learns why these advances triggered huge social changes.
Lifestyle Country House Rescue (Channel 4, 8pm) FEW of us know grandeur or the stress of owning your own pile, but this show does give us a revealing snapshot of how the well-off cope with maintaining a spacious des res during the worst recession in decades.
Hilary Swank moves into a new apartment and learns it''s not exactly des res in the thriller THE RESIDENT.
Run by Guisborough Forest and Walkway Rangers, on Wednesday May 28, from 1pm to 3pm, it's a chance for kids, mums and dads to build a des res out of branches and brash.
We can find out over the next few days as he uses state-of-the-art materials to make his des res as sustainable as possible.
To mark Father's Day, youngsters are urged to grab their parents and head to the wood to make a family des res out of branches and twigs.
DES RES ON WHEELS For caravanner John Its greatest achievement, though, was in providing this snapshot of what a long and happy marriage looks like.