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Old 02-10-2017, 03:28 PM   #16
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We're living in our next house The house we live in now, the wife and I made sure that this was the house we wanted to spend the rest of our lives in. No more moving, we moved many many times since we've been married from apartments to duplexes, to houses, but finally no more rentals! We've been saving since we got married to get the house we wanted. We we're fortunate in finding a house that pretty much had everything on our list we wanted- location (same school district so our daughter wouldn't have to change schools though now she's away at college, but we're still close to some of our family that live out here, and away from a lot of neighbors, we have neighbors but there's enough space between them you never have to worry about nosy or noisy neighbors. Close to the mountains and woods since we love going hiking and camping)
I got my big garage, and a basement to keep all my movie collection/plus it's my computer room, hate the term but it's my man cave. My wife got her big kitchen, big closet, big laundry room, and home office/sewing room.
Big yard, was the other plus. The main thing now is the wife wants a green house, so that will be one of our future projects.
And yes we hate white walls too, so we have various colors through out the house.





And we do get some neighbors we don't mind dropping by unannounced .


Ahhh! How adorable! Deer guests!! We live in the city, so we don't get any deer visits, just squirrels and birds and a couple of feral cats!

I would love to have a big yard and have a duck pond!


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I'd buy property somewhere or use the property my grandpa has and rebuild the house he used to own until his death!

And since the property he has has a high-water level in the foundation...it would look something like this...


Is there a way a high-water foundation can keep the house standing still?
Wow! That's a beautiful house Mr. Cleveland! I love those kind of upstairs windows!
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Ahhh! How adorable! Deer guests!! We live in the city, so we don't get any deer visits, just squirrels and birds and a couple of feral cats!

I would love to have a big yard and have a duck pond!




A pond would be cool! My parents had one when I was a kid, my sister bought a bag of gold fish for $1, they all ended up living for a long time and got huge.
The cats and raccoons loved them haha

We not only get deer, but lots of rabbits! You have to be careful when driving to the house on the side road because there's usually rabbits running back and forth.
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A pond would be cool! My parents had one when I was a kid, my sister bought a bag of gold fish for $1, they all ended up living for a long time and got huge.
The cats and raccoons loved them haha

We not only get deer, but lots of rabbits! You have to be careful when driving to the house on the side road because there's usually rabbits running back and forth.
Oh wow! How cool! I bet that is cute, the rabbits hopping around!

Yeah,even a fish pond would be nice! Wouldn't need as much space as the duck pond!

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Torgo's house looks like a place I'd love, especially if there is lots of land. For me if I had the choice, I'd love a huge library full of books, like you see in movies. I always wanted a full basement that I could turn into a movie theater complete with posters, and a popcorn machine.
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Torgo's house looks like a place I'd love, especially if there is lots of land. For me if I had the choice, I'd love a huge library full of books, like you see in movies. I always wanted a full basement that I could turn into a movie theater complete with posters, and a popcorn machine.
A theater room would definitely be cool.
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Wow! That's a beautiful house Mr. Cleveland! I love those kind of upstairs windows!
Thanks...I used that as an example.

I have plenty of mock blueprints of what the house would look like. My grandpa (we called him "Papa") extended the kitchen of the house he lived in and formed a basement that was once a crawlspace.

There'd be a few differences...like a ground floor basement if the foundation is on high water level, extend the kitchen a little more, and close-in the back so it can be a conservatory and upstairs would be a balcony.
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