Memorable Street Names
Once in awhile a home comes through our Marketing Department that has a noteworthy name. Actually there are some very interesting street names… we thought we would share some of those with our readers. In this series “Memorable Street Names” we are taking a quick look at a few of the most recent listings.
Our favorite recent listing is brought to you by Bradley Graves and is located at
1119 Lion King – The marketing team behind Coldwell Banker D’Ann Harper, REALTORS® PowerHouse Marketing Program spent the day singing the lyrics to a movie with the same name.
In fact, The opening lyrics of “The Circle of Life” are lines translated into and sung in A REAL LANGUAGE; one that is spoken by over 10 million people, including 95% of South Africa. The opening of “The Circle of Life” is in Zulu, the language of the Zulu people. This inspired us to research further into the lyrics being sung:
Nants ingonyama bagithi Baba [Here comes a lion, Father]
Sithi uhm ingonyama [Oh yes, it’s a lion]
Nants ingonyama bagithi baba
Siyo Nqoba [We’re going to conquer]
IngonyamaIngonyama nengw’ enamabala [A lion and a leopard come to this open place]
The verse above contains the actual words, along with the English translation.
This listing by our Sales Associate Missy Stagers & Partners is a stylish 1.5 story property with second living up and inviting curb appeal. Fresh paint and recently clean carpets make this home move in ready! And with a name like “Just My Style” it might be yours.
This was a listing by our Sales Associate Mary Ann Rhodes is a Single-Family Home located in New Braunfels, TX. With 2 ½ baths and approximately 2,424 square feet this rock home features hill country views. The property was built in 1986. Although we did some research it is currently unclear where the name originated from. The other streets in the neighborhood however also share similar themed names like, ‘Indian Chief Trail’ and ‘Tom Tom Trail.’
This listing by our Sales Associate Debbie Backlund is a great Hollywood Park home is a two story gem with balcony. Additionally, this Spanish name translates to “tick” or “mite” in English.
On a gorgeous summer day however, one would just call it ‘home’ and with a beautiful balcony it’s easy to see why.
This listing by Libby Ross, of The Ross Group, offers hill Country Elegance within minutes of the city! This one of a kind rock 1.5 story custom masterpiece sits on 6.27 private acres in guarded Sendero Ranch.
One of the most celebrated holidays of Madrid Feast Day of San Isidro is held on May 15, and is the city’s patron saint as well as the patron saint of farmers. The traditional festival and feast are held in an open-air area known as the Pradera del Santo.
This listing by Parisa Sanchez is a beautiful home in the Rolling Meadows subdivision has an unusual name after a classical music term. Obbligato usually describes a musical line that is in some way indispensable in performance. It can also be used, more specifically, to indicate that a passage of music was to be played exactly as written, or only by the specified instrument, without changes or omissions.
Obbligato includes the idea of independence, as in C.P.E. Bach‘s 1780 Symphonies “mit zwölf obligaten Stimmen” (“with twelve obbligato parts”) by which Bach was referring to the independent woodwind parts he was using for the first time. These parts were also obbligato in the sense of being indispensable.
If you have an usually named street that you would like to see highlighted in our blog send it to firstname.lastname@example.org