Question of the Day, August 3, 2022

Elphaba09

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One of my favorite pics in the listing is the newel post at the bottom of the staircase. I love that architectural detail.

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I know! It is gorgeous!
I have not, but I will be looking at it in a moment.

We have a small-ish Craftsman bungalow that we bought for about $64,000. It needed work, but even with the work, it was amazingly cheap.
 

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Zillow Gone Wild has a Facebook page too. Very entertaining!

I have basically no sense of aesthetics. So I don't care what it looks like. But I do have preferences about floor plans. I like it open, but not too open---I'd like to be able to close off the kitchen. Lots of natural light. Big closets. Main floor laundry. I like lofts, but of course everything is about the pets and I'd be afraid the cats (or maybe even a dog) would fall/jump off. Open yard, not too much landscaping.

Is that what I have? Haha, no, of course not. I don't even have any closets :(. And the kitchen is the main part of the house.
 

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I like mission style, arts and crafts bungalows, cottages, small beach houses. I dated someone in Ft. Lauderdale
who had an old small house on one of the canals. He had a sailboat. I loved sitting on his dock while reading. he house
came with an old Viking stove and I loved it! I also like cabins in the mountains.
 

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I like a traditional or colonial style home. I regrew up in the midcentury, and I hated the Danish modern back then. And I've never liked the Frank Lloyd Wright style. You know he made his furniture out of unfinished plywood, didn't you?. Yuck.
I agree the Frank Lloyd Wright style is just too different for me.
 
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