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post #1036 of 1906
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Originally Posted by gregaz View Post
You are right - the kitchen SUCKS. My wife hates it (although the storage is surprisingly nice). That's one thing for sure - kitchen design has come a LONG way since the 50's. This was our kitchen in the last house, which is far more functional. For it, we gutted a 70's ranch house and built everything anew.
This is the nicest kitchen yet. Really awesome. Your new place is immaculately designed. I don't know about some of the furniture (metal dining room table chairs ) but it really looks well done.
post #1037 of 1906
did i say 1 million? not being a dick, cannot recall

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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
$1 million gets you an 18 room house? Sounds cheap...
post #1038 of 1906
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
did i say 1 million? not being a dick, cannot recall

Kind of...In the if you had a million dollars thread.

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buy the house i am buying
post #1039 of 1906
Nice digs, G.
post #1040 of 1906
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
Kind of...In the if you had a million dollars thread.
Something tells me it's more. Hell...and 18 room anything pretty much anywhere generally goes for more than $1M
post #1041 of 1906
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Originally Posted by CouttsClient View Post
Something tells me it's more. Hell...and 18 room anything pretty much anywhere generally goes for more than $1M

Not in mcmansion land...
post #1042 of 1906
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Not in mcmansion land...
I don't think they made McMansions in the 1870s and if they did, they wouldn't be on the market today.
post #1043 of 1906
In Cincinnati you can get a nice older home that probably has around 18 rooms for under $300,000. They aren't in the nicest neighborhoods though.
post #1044 of 1906
You can get 6 bedrooms, 5 bathroom "victorian" houses for 600-700k on Long Island
post #1045 of 1906
^where?
post #1046 of 1906
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
^where?

Here or here or here or ...

Unfortunately streeteasy doesn't let you search LI other than the East End but other areas are cheaper than that... and then again, others are MUCH more expensive
post #1047 of 1906
A lot of beautiful pieces of furniture, gregaz. If that was my kitchen, though, I'd start renovations with a freaking sledgehammer.
post #1048 of 1906
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Originally Posted by BrianVarick View Post
In Cincinnati you can get a nice older home that probably has around 18 rooms for under $300,000. They aren't in the nicest neighborhoods though.

And it would need that much in upgrades as well.
post #1049 of 1906
gregaz, if you ever want to sell that home in the future, I'll buy it. Seriously. I've been looking for something like that for a while.
post #1050 of 1906
[quote=gregaz;3855068]Since I posted a house photo in WAYWRN a couple of days ago, I got a couple of PM's asking for more. So, I figured this would be a better place for it. The house is a 1957 built by Blaine Drake, who was one of the only FLW apprentices who went on to do residential stuff. The amazing thing, is that it was built for a family who lived in it until a couple of years ago, and the house is largely original. No remodels or "updates," just the way he envisioned it back in 1957, with minimal wear and tear. Enjoy!

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I am green w/envy. Love MCM architecture and the furnishings are really great too. Nice.
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