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SOLD: 174-11 130th Ave Jamaica
SOLD: 174-11 130th Ave Jamaica
EXIT Kingdom Realty July 29, 2016
This beautiful Hi-Ranch house in Jamaica is reminiscent of Greco-Roman influences, with the pointed arch doorway and roof.
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SOLD: 153-32 112th Ave Jamaica
SOLD: 153-32 112th Ave Jamaica
EXIT Kingdom Realty July 29, 2016
This house in Jamaica has a brick exterior and is built in a low, square design.
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SOLD: 95-13 Allendale Street Jamaica
SOLD: 95-13 Allendale Street Jamaica
EXIT Kingdom Realty July 29, 2016
This house in Jamaica is clean and well kept, with a beautiful brick staircase and small front garden.
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SOLD: 166-28 144 Ave, Jamaica
SOLD: 166-28 144 Ave, Jamaica
EXIT Kingdom Realty July 29, 2016
This beautiful corner house in Jamaica has a huge front yard and is bordered by trees.
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Sold: 95-13 Allendale St, Jamaica, NY 11435
Sold: 95-13 Allendale St, Jamaica, NY 11435
EXIT Kingdom Realty July 27, 2016
This Queens colonial is located in Jamaica and has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, along with 2 kitchens, as it is a two family home.
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Sold: 191-19 McLaughlin Ave, Holliswood
Sold: 191-19 McLaughlin Ave, Holliswood
EXIT Kingdom Realty July 26, 2016
With a beautiful brick exterior and a flat low roof, this house in Holliswood is a fantastic catch.
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 88-40 144th St: Jamaica Apartment in Prime Location
88-40 144th St: Jamaica Apartment in Prime Location
EXIT Kingdom Realty July 25, 2016
This apartment in Jamaica, Queens is in a prime location. The E & F trains, as well as other modes of public transportation, such as buses, are within short walking distance.
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Over the Top Colonial in Jamaica, Queens
Over the Top Colonial in Jamaica, Queens
EXIT Kingdom Realty July 19, 2016
This colonial in Jamaica comes with the works. On the first floor, there is a spacious living area, a formal dining room, an eat in kitchen, and a den.
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History of Jamaica, Queens
History of Jamaica, Queens
EXIT Kingdom Realty July 19, 2016
Why "Jamaica?" In 1656, Peter Stuyvesant, the Dutch Governor, granted a group of English settlers a grant to settle in the land that we now call "Jamaica." At first, Stuyvesant dubbed the town "Rustdorp," which is Dutch for "rest town." However, the English gained control of the settlement in 1664, and began referring to the land as "Jameco," after the Canarsie tribe's word for "beaver." Over time, "Jameco" became "Jamaica." While the country "Jamaica" shares the same name, their origins are different, as the country gets its name from the Taino word "Xaymaca," meaning "land of wood and water." Peter Stuyvesant       Dutch Church in the 1700s Colonial Settlement In its early days, Jamaica was settled by a group of English families.
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