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post #16 of 20
Cuffthis, you know, I just had a thought. You're not far from Philadelphia, and there are a number of resources in the city that might help you with the various elements of your home. Besides seeing the originals that inspired the architect/builder of your home, you might find the archives at Athenaeum of Philadelphia helpful in researching the various details of your house. It's on south 6th street, directly across from Washington Square. And there's the AIA (American Institute of Architects) bookstore, at 17th and Sansom. http://www.aiaphila.org/2/2_fs_hp.htm Edit - include info about the AIA bookstore
post #17 of 20
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You offer me an amount with 7 figures, it's yours. I guess in San Diego, $1M+ will get you a split level and 2,500 sq ft, right?
I'm always amazed at how cheap houses in other areas are. Depending on the area, some start at 500K+
post #18 of 20
Yeah, SD housing prices have risen a bit, not quite as much as Orange County... however, my aunt purchased a 4 bdrm 2500 sq/ft 2 story in 1998 for 375k and I believe it is about 750 now.
post #19 of 20
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my aunt purchased a 4 bdrm 2500 sq/ft 2 story in 1998 for 375k and I believe it is about 750 now.
My house is 5,700 sq ft. You can buy similar houses like mine that still need to be fixed up for less than $750. Wow, CA housing prices are crazy. A 2,500 sq ft house here is no more than $300.
post #20 of 20
ct, fantastic house.
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