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post #406 of 1897
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I've been thinking about what movies you mean, and i can totally see that you'd think about Patrick Batemans apartment in American Psycho.

Yes, except I find your version less sterile and very comfortable looking. The exterior of your house is also very nice.
post #407 of 1897
I am not fond of the interior, though I think it "works" for your aesthetic purposes. It's a nice house any way you cut it.
post #408 of 1897
I'm not going to lie, I often peruse this thread for ideas to steal and use in my own home.

I've got just a few more purchases to make and I'll be ready to proudly share my digs on here.
post #409 of 1897
my house is wild. It was built in 1987, and looks like it. Everything is like a Brentwood Condo, however it is huge, 8000 sq.ft, 5 floors, however, you come in on the top floor, which is where the kitchen is, all the way down is my indoor pool which, using the 80's water heater comes out to $3000 a month to heat, so I have only had it heated for about 5 months in the last 5 years. I'd replace the heater, however, I would need 6 heaters, one per floor because the house gets very cold without each floor having a separate heating unit. I both love and hate this house because it is so nice, but the guy who built it could have done so much better.
post #410 of 1897
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all the way down is my indoor pool which, using the 80's water heater comes out to $3000 a month to heat, so I have only had it heated for about 5 months in the last 5 years. I'd replace the heater, however, I would need 6 heaters, one per floor because the house gets very cold without each floor having a separate heating unit.

You sound like a good candidate for a geo system.
post #411 of 1897
some really nice inspiration here
post #412 of 1897
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I don't use regular DVD players, basically I have a HTPC in every room and in my basement i've got a 19" rack where I have 8tb of storage. Basically all my DVD's , music and photo's are stored on there. So if you want to watch a movie in the living room, someone else could watch pictures in their room or listening to music on the terrace. So far it has worked very well.

must see pics!
post #413 of 1897
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Here's a couple of our place...

It is a 7-unit condo in an urban setting, an infill development on a spot that previously contained 13 parking spots....

Outside night view of building



Outside view of our unit



Inside...looking toward living space



Looking back towards kitchen and loft (bedroom off to upper left)



And our outside deck space off bedroom (solar lights, astro-turf for that 'grass-downtown' feeling)


We are moving... anyone want to buy a condo in Winnipeg, Manitoba??

PM for details... (hey, who knows, it's worth a shot... )
post #414 of 1897
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We are moving... anyone want to buy a condo in Winnipeg, Manitoba??

PM for details... (hey, who knows, it's worth a shot... )

I really like your place, but you'd have to pay me to move to winnipeg.
post #415 of 1897
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I really like your place, but you'd have to pay me to move to winnipeg.

+1
post #416 of 1897
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I really like your place, but you'd have to pay me to move to winnipeg.

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+1

Well it was worth a try... You know what they say - in sales any exposure is good exposure

fwiw - I have enjoyed my time in Winnipeg, but am looking forward to the next adventure
post #417 of 1897
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This has sort of an 80s Manhattan feel that I think you've done very well (whatever you'd call it). Right now I feel like something traditional for myself, but I think you've done a wonderful job and it's a great space. Would love to see photos any time.

I agree, the metal spiral staircase especially has that feel. Regardless, this is a really impressive house. Looks great.
post #418 of 1897
Aragon, give me a PM regarding details.
post #419 of 1897
PM sent...
post #420 of 1897
Neither are nearly this big but you get the idea.



There is a quiet bridge by the Chattahoochee River that I park under at night.
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