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post #11 of 70 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 07:34 PM
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Can you imagine all the crap you would have to buy to put in it so it wouldnt look like an empty warehouse?

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post #12 of 70 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 07:40 PM Thread Starter
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AH, but if I could afford that house, I could afford to hire someone to decorate it and buy the crap for me. Or - buy the crap that is already there. I imagine they are downsizing, as just two people live there.
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I'd want to do away with those drapes! I'd keep a few rooms the same, but the stuffy formal rooms would be limited to about 2...ones I'd probably never enter!
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Thanks Jane. As for me - I think I could live quite comfortably in the basement. HA!
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post #15 of 70 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 08:18 PM
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Our house is 1650 square feet on a 5000 square foot lot! But my husband has worked on a house that large - he spent most of last year doing that. It was WAY more than 4 million though. For a house that big on a couple of acres - that's cheap by Bay Area standards.

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OK ... I could so see myself living there ... 1/3 for the parrots / 1/3 for me (which means room for my quilting supplies) and the rest for me and the dog to agility in doors ... look at all the hurdles / events we could do in that house! (I'd just have to install some kind of traction on the floors!)

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I will when my lottery money comes through. Except that one is not really my style. I usually shop the horse properties in Kentucky when I'm feeling lucky.

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Nice house although I don't really like the decor,and I wouldn't want something that big because it wouldn't feel cozy if that makes sense.

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I will when my lottery money comes through. Except that one is not really my style. I usually shop the horse properties in Kentucky when I'm feeling lucky.
I agree with you. I'd rather have the land than a house that big. A really nice barn would be awesome.
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I'd rather have land, green tracking field, training barn, pond and a smaller cozy home. 4000 sq ft would be almost too big(unless the rooms were really big/open)

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