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post #691 of 1906
Soon to be. Finishing by bachelors in Lethbridge. I've been looking at condos in the connaught/lower mount royal area.
post #692 of 1906
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Originally Posted by RedScarf7 View Post
Soon to be. Finishing by bachelors in Lethbridge. I've been looking at condos in the connaught/lower mount royal area.

Good for you, both are great areas, check out Mission too if you haven't already. There are some pretty cool historic buildings that can be found with lots of character.
post #693 of 1906
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post
There are real Mansions in NJ, they exist in places like Colts Neck.

I live a short distance from there. You are quite right, but you would have to add Rumson to that list as well.
post #694 of 1906
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
This is the worst thing I have ever seen.

next time you come south, i'll show you palos verdes.
post #695 of 1906
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
Really? B/c to me, that doesn't say quiet elegance. To me it says Ina-Gartenesque "look at me look at me! I have a big house in the Hamptons"

I agree, it screams faux.
post #696 of 1906
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Originally Posted by brandon1987 View Post
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are those LCD photo frames or do you intentionally place the same photo on the office table and bedroom?
post #697 of 1906
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Originally Posted by Mblova View Post
I live a short distance from there. You are quite right, but you would have to add Rumson to that list as well.
Rumson, sure, but also pretty much from Bernardsville to Summit as well. ~ H
post #698 of 1906
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post
How do people define "McMansion"?

It has a freaky clown in front of it.
post #699 of 1906
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Originally Posted by Trompe le Monde View Post
are those LCD photo frames or do you intentionally place the same photo on the office table and bedroom?
Oh, actually the pictures of the Master Bedroom are old ones, I've since moved the pictures from the window sill in the bedroom into the office, there are actually two more pictures (one over each night stand) in the Master Bedroom now too, as well as a different duvet. But that's why you see the picture duplicated. Keen eye!
post #700 of 1906
Brandon, nice looking condo for a guy your age. Well done.
post #701 of 1906
Just leased this apartment for June 1 in a great area of Toronto. I'm a big fan of the 11.5-foot ceilings, huge windows (it's a corner unit, though you can't tell from these photos) facing southeast so I get the Sun, dark hardwood floors (one of the only units in the building with hardwood -- landlord didn't like the polished concrete) and gas stove. Forgive the current lessee's cluttered, awful decor/furniture. Anybody have any ideas as to what I can do with that awkward "office" space right by the front door? I don't really need a home office and can't imagine myself willingly sitting in that little windowless alcove for long periods of time.
post #702 of 1906
I really like that kitchen design.
post #703 of 1906
post #704 of 1906
^^^
I want to see what you live like LK.
post #705 of 1906
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Originally Posted by leftover_salmon View Post
Just leased this apartment for June 1 in a great area of Toronto. I'm a big fan of the 11.5-foot ceilings, huge windows (it's a corner unit, though you can't tell from these photos) facing southeast so I get the Sun, dark hardwood floors (one of the only units in the building with hardwood -- landlord didn't like the polished concrete) and gas stove.

Forgive the current lessee's cluttered, awful decor/furniture. Anybody have any ideas as to what I can do with that awkward "office" space right by the front door? I don't really need a home office and can't imagine myself willingly sitting in that little windowless alcove for long periods of time.


It's an apartment or in a condo building? Is that a gas stove?
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