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Stewie 03-08-2013 03:43 PM

What's your dream house?
 
If you could buy a property, within reason, what's your dream house/property?

No bazillion dollar property since this is CP. Something that's within your grasp and maybe a little bit of a stretch.

Big house?
Land?
Crops?
Animals?
Big shop?

Maybe a small house with little care.

What say you?

Detoxing 03-08-2013 03:44 PM

A free one. One i can squat in and claim.

gblowfish 03-08-2013 03:45 PM

There's this one in Memphis that I believe just opened up....

burt 03-08-2013 03:45 PM

Modest home...10 to 15 acres......fairly close to KC.

burt 03-08-2013 03:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Detoxing (Post 9477780)
A free one. One i can squat in and claim.

Some in Florida! Squatters rights...

Deberg_1990 03-08-2013 03:46 PM

Danes hacienda

theelusiveeightrop 03-08-2013 03:47 PM

Old missile silo.

ChiTown 03-08-2013 03:48 PM

I would like a little more land to go with what I have, but as far as the house itself, I'm living in my dream home.

DJ's left nut 03-08-2013 03:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stewie (Post 9477779)
If you could buy a property, within reason, what's your dream house/property?

No bazillion dollar property since this is CP. Something that's within your grasp and maybe a little bit of a stretch.

Big house?
Land?
Crops?
Animals?
Big shop?

Maybe a small house with little care.

What say you?

10 acres w/ a 3 acre pond on part of it. I'll have a nice big outbuilding on it with a loft workshop. A 3-car attached garage with at least one extra long bay for a full-sized king cab pickup. The house; probably about 5 bedrooms; 4 actually used as rooms, one as a study. A nice, open finished walk-out basement with a good unfinished section for storage (and john deer doors into the yard). Big kitchen that is fairly open into the living room. All told, probably about 3500 sq. feet.

5 years; I'll start hunting for the land in 2, designing the house in 3, building in 4 and be there in 5. The workshop/outbuilding will go on it first so I can move the camaro out there and start using part of the land for gardening, etc...

All in due time...

Stewie 03-08-2013 04:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DJ's left nut (Post 9477797)
10 acres w/ a 3 acre pond on part of it. I'll have a nice big outbuilding on it with a loft workshop. A 3-car attached garage with at least one extra long bay for a full-sized king cab pickup. The house; probably about 5 bedrooms; 4 actually used as rooms, one as a study. A nice, open finished walk-out basement with a good unfinished section for storage (and john deer doors into the yard). Big kitchen that is fairly open into the living room. All told, probably about 3500 sq. feet.I'

5 years; I'll start hunting for the land in 2, designing the house in 3, building in 4 and be there in 5. The workshop/outbuilding will go on it first so I can move the camaro out there and start using part of the land for gardening, etc...

All in due time...

I'm curious. Why the loft workshop?

Buehler445 03-08-2013 04:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stewie (Post 9477779)
If you could buy a property, within reason, what's your dream house/property?

No bazillion dollar property since this is CP. Something that's within your grasp and maybe a little bit of a stretch.

Big house?
Land?
Crops?
Animals?
Big shop?


Maybe a small house with little care.

What say you?

I actively work to separate the bolded from my home life.

Right now it's not feasible to build my own. But here would be some characteristics:
Shitloads of open space with high ceilings.
Insulation in all of the interior walls.
Pissloads of circuits and outlets everywhere.
Efficient plumbing with no ****ing copper pipes!:cuss:
No carpet.
Lots of light fixtures. I hate those ****ing 1 bulb boob lights.
No doors narrower than 36"
Shallow, wide staircases.
Huge amounts of insulation in every exterior wall.
Lots of storage in cabinets and shelving.
Ceiling fan in each room.
Huge garage. 3 car minimum. With wide doors. For every stall there should be an extra stall space for extra storage.

Exterior.
Efficient water usage landscaping while being low maintinence.
Fence.
3' sidewalk around the house. (Watershed)
Stucco.
Kickass windows.

CoMoChief 03-08-2013 04:53 PM

2 houses

1 in colorado
1 in V.I.

CoMoChief 03-08-2013 04:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Buehler445 (Post 9477893)
I actively work to separate the bolded from my home life.

Right now it's not feasible to build my own. But here would be some characteristics:
Shitloads of open space with high ceilings.
Insulation in all of the interior walls.
Pissloads of circuits and outlets everywhere.
Efficient plumbing with no ****ing copper pipes!:cuss:
No carpet.
Lots of light fixtures. I hate those ****ing 1 bulb boob lights.
No doors narrower than 36"
Shallow, wide staircases.
Huge amounts of insulation in every exterior wall.
Lots of storage in cabinets and shelving.
Ceiling fan in each room.
Huge garage. 3 car minimum. With wide doors. For every stall there should be an extra stall space for extra storage.

Exterior.
Efficient water usage landscaping while being low maintinence.
Fence.
3' sidewalk around the house. (Watershed)
Stucco.
Kickass windows.

Buehler......the storage KING!!!!

OrtonsPiercedTaint 03-08-2013 05:11 PM

A simple stone and glass A frame in the middle of 100 acres surrounded by flaming AIDS trees.

Frosty 03-08-2013 05:36 PM

This would be nice

http://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphoto...55406748_n.jpg

In reality, about 40 acres with a mix of timber and pasture. A large shop. A small house with a basement.


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