Please read the following sentences first.

(1)"There are 13 ski resorts within a three-hour drive OF Invermere."

(2)"The park is a five-minute walk OF my house."

(3)"My house is within a stone's throw OF the station."

Question: What if I use 'from' instead of 'OF'?

Thank you.
It is the word "within" that attracts the word "of" into the sentence. Otherwise, "from" is perfect.
So 1 and 3 (which have "within") are best left as is, and 2 is better changed to "from my house".

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Thank you, CJ.

Very clear.

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