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post #16 of 85
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Why so many bedrooms?

Why not?
post #17 of 85
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Why not?

Pet peeve of mine. It's like you hit a certain sq. footage and you're suddenly supposed to be Mormon.
post #18 of 85
about 3500 sqft, 2 bedrooms.
post #19 of 85
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
about 3500 sqft, 2 bedrooms.
liar.
post #20 of 85
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Originally Posted by GQgeek View Post
liar.
WTF? Seriously?
post #21 of 85
yes. I am calling you out, small-timer.
post #22 of 85
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Pet peeve of mine. It's like you hit a certain sq. footage and you're suddenly supposed to be Mormon.

It's not necessarily all for kids. When your kids have kids of their own, it's nice to have rooms for grandkids. Plus, when you have a $30 million apartment, chances are you have live-in staff, want to be able to entertain house guests, etc. Having 8 bedrooms doesn't necessary mean you have 7 kids. It just means you are ready for any eventuality.
post #23 of 85
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Having 8 bedrooms doesn't necessary mean you have 7 kids. It just means you are ready for any eventuality.

Kind of like for Tiger Woods?
post #24 of 85
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Kind of like for Tiger Woods?

Mike Tyson's old house in CT is for sale. It has a dance club, among other things. Probably needs a full STD fumigation before a new buyer moves in.
post #25 of 85
2 bedrooms/2500+ sq feet
post #26 of 85
Moving into my new 890 sqft. 1 bed/1 bath apartment next week
post #27 of 85
1400 2 and 2
post #28 of 85
3 + 3, +/- 1800 s.f. Downstairs bathroom is toilet and shower, the upstairs is toilet and tub/shower combo, and the master bath has a toilet room, walk-in shower, and separate soaking tub. I've had guests use the downstairs shower, but other than the inspector when I bought the place, no one's ever turned on the shower or tub in the second bathroom.
post #29 of 85
1100 square feet town home, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, included efficiency washer dryer and microwave, 960 all bills paid (was 935 first year). Only 10 miles to the center of Downtown Houston.
post #30 of 85
I rent a condo unit from the owner. It probably 650-750 sq feet. 1 br, 1ba, kitchen and living/dining room.
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