How much living area do you have in your pad/crib?

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  1. merkur

    merkur Senior member

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    How much living area (in square feet or square meters [preferably]) do you have in your pad/crib? I have 60m2.
    more than i need. i only occupy 2 spots on the couch, the kitchen, and my bed p.s. +the bathroom
     


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    than i need. i only occupy 2 spots on the couch, the kitchen, and my bed

    I don't want to know where you go to the bathroom. [​IMG]
     


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    eqpablon Senior member

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    2400 ft2, as a single man I think I need to downsize. Once (if) the real estate market comes back I will sell and move into something smaller.
     


  5. MrGimpy

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    than i need. i only occupy 2 spots on the couch, the kitchen, and my bed

    Teleporting rawks.
     


  6. zjpj83

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    Not enough. Need 200,000 sq ft at least. For my closet.
     


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    Roy Senior member

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    Not enough [​IMG]

    I think about 160/170 m2.
     


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    Not enough. Need 200,000 sq ft at least. For my closet.
    What unfortunate squalor. I once danced on the edge of living such a Dickensian life when I nearly had to accept my fall back job.
     


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    29 m2 if you include my loft. Its just enough for me, though I would like a bigger place.
     


  10. imageWIS

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    Not enough. Need 200,000 sq ft at least. For my closet.

    So basically you live in a commercial manufacturing center?
     


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    4300ft^2
     


  12. zjpj83

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    So basically you live in a commercial manufacturing center?

    [​IMG]

    Need Biltmore [​IMG]
     


  13. zjpj83

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    In seriousness, my Manhattan pad is small, probably 1000 sq ft. Country house is big, around 15,000 sq ft. Eventually will get a bigger place in the city.
     


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    In seriousness, my Manhattan pad is small, probably 1000 sq ft. Country house is big, around 15,000 sq ft. Eventually will get a bigger place in the city.

    On SF that makes you a small timer [​IMG]
     


  15. zjpj83

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    Yeah, I need to invent Ziplock bags or something. sigh
     


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