SF Cribs: The places behind the clothes

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by designprofessor, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. jefe

    jefe Senior member

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    I just moved in 2 weeks ago, so decorations are at a minimum right now[​IMG] Downtown Columbus, 2 bedroom/2bath. Especially love the showers.


    Columbus, Ohio? wow. Things have changed a bit since I left in 2001. Nice spot - hope it treats you well.

    What neighborhood?
     
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    My last place.

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  3. emptym

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    ^I like the clever bookshelf.
     
  4. chorse123

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    ^I like the clever bookshelf.

    Thanks. We didn't want to cover up the picture frame molding with a bookcase, so made four of these.
     
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    Columbus, Ohio? wow. Things have changed a bit since I left in 2001. Nice spot - hope it treats you well.

    What neighborhood?


    Thank you. Arena District (at least I'm pretty sure it's considered that).

    There are actually several nice condos in Dowtown Columbus. They city has a few that are over 1 million, this was my favorite that I found online.

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    (link to the listing that has more pics) http://kwcapitalpartners.mlshelper.n...id=&next=&sub#
     
  6. Connemara

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    I've only driven through the Arena District but it looks pretty decent. A lot of bars around there.
     
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    what would you call this type of artwork, if i wanted to look for something similar ?
    that old portrait style...

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    My last place.

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    This is a nice charming place. I wish I could find a classic place like this in Toronto.
     
  9. designprofessor

    designprofessor Senior member

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    what would you call this type of artwork, if i wanted to look for something similar ?
    that old portrait style...

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    looks 17th -18th century to me
     
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    This is a nice charming place. I wish I could find a classic place like this in Toronto.

    There are lots. Annex, Forest Hill, Lawrence Park, High Park, Bloor West Village...
     
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    There are lots. Annex, Forest Hill, Lawrence Park, High Park, Bloor West Village...
    I rarely see any that are old AND charming. Most are ratty looking. If you have any links/info on nice old walk-ups in the Annex, along Yonge, up Avenue, I'd love to have it. I'm looking for a building with professionals as tenants who appreciate older/finer real estate, no students, white trash, non-english speakers, indigents, etc. I can find plenty of those on my own. LOL. I find that MLS and Kijiji don't have many listing for nice walk-ups.
     
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    I rarely see any that are old AND charming. Most are ratty looking. If you have any links/info on nice old walk-ups in the Annex, along Yonge, up Avenue, I'd love to have it. I'm looking for a building with professionals as tenants who appreciate older/finer real estate, no students, white trash, non-english speakers, indigents, etc. I can find plenty of those on my own. LOL.

    I find that MLS and Kijiji don't have many listing for nice walk-ups.


    Montreal has a lot of buildings with apartments like that that are well outside the budget of most students. I can't imagine toronto doesn't.
     
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    My spot.

    Very cool shower. Also love how the wall is cut that separates the living room/kitchen.
     
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    Also love how the wall is cut that separates the living room/kitchen.

    I agree -- that feature really caught my eye.
     

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