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    Quote Originally Posted by dunfree View Post
    Or grandma died
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    Yep. I bought my grandpa the same ugly chair. When he died, I gave it to an old lady living in a doublewide in the woods. Her grandkids helped me carry it. I'm sure the chair has been passed to someone else by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    $475/sqft isn't bad though.
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    Fukt: a very small amount of snow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirbumpsalot View Post
    Lot of folks shooting for the moon these days. I don't think I have ever seen shitty(any) tile flooring in a master bedroom in Portland, EVER.
    Had a neighbor list and pull his house for $1.05 last year, he wwas only giving it 30 dayy to see if he would win the lottery.

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    Hey, we're putting the house on the market, get the cars off the lawn so we can take some pics. Just park 'em in the back yard until the photos are done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatnslow View Post
    Lot of folks shooting for the moon these days. I don't think I have ever seen shitty(any) tile flooring in a master bedroom in Portland, EVER.
    Had a neighbor list and pull his house for $1.05 last year, he wwas only giving it 30 dayy to see if he would win the lottery.
    based on the empty room through the green carpeted room next to the bedroom, I'm guessing some aggressive sex dungeon action necessitating tile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan_pdx View Post
    Hey, we're putting the house on the market, get the cars off the lawn so we can take some pics. Just park 'em in the back yard until the photos are done.

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    Is that a pink 1970’s Cadillac station wagon ????

    (2nd vehicle in)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post
    Is that a pink 1970’s Cadillac station wagon ????

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    Maybe? The one closest to the street looks like a nicely restored El Camino, right? At least, "nicely restored" if you're OK with pink.

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    What is up with the walls in this house?

    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/7...03845020_zpid/

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    I'm not sure I've seen OSB interior walls before. It's a bold strategy, Cotton.
    ride bikes, climb, ski, travel, cook, work to fund former, repeat.

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    ^^my wager is, p/o owned a lumber yard or other forest products business, and was divorced, not remarried.

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    for awhile there would be a home with plywood walls in every issue of dwell magazine. It was a thing. I can’t understand why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
    So a kid I used to know lived in a house that was decorated along the same lines.
    -Random checkerboard flooring
    -One room that looked kinda like a terrarium- skylights, large hanging plants and potted mini shrubs all over it.
    -Odd and bright paint schemes
    -Frogs everywhere. Porcelain statuettes, paintings, pictures, etc. His mom loved frogs.

    That house would have been a nightmare to live in.
    HOWEVER…it was an amazing place to be when you were high.
    I call that style “old lady house”
    Or replace the frogs with roosters or whatever their favorite animal was.

    On that note ….I do have a lot of white in my house
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    Quote Originally Posted by bennymac View Post
    for awhile there would be a home with plywood walls in every issue of dwell magazine. It was a thing. I can’t understand why.
    OSB with fucking word art. WTF is wrong with people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    I call that style “old lady house”
    Or replace the frogs with roosters or whatever their favorite animal was.

    On that note ….I do have a lot of white in my house
    Definitely old lady with the tchotchkes, but with an added touch of Alice in Wonderland

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    OSB with fucking word art. WTF is wrong with people.
    The osb walls reminds me of where my band rehearsed in the 90s.

    And the words... "What can we put here that's pretentious, yet vapid?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennymac View Post
    for awhile there would be a home with plywood walls in every issue of dwell magazine. It was a thing. I can’t understand why.
    Was it in every room and on every wall though? I've worked in a place where OSB was on one wall in one room and it was cool. For the right room it works and probably fits more in a business setting than a home admittedly. Having it on almost every wall in a house looks stupid.

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    I can't imagine the offgassing. It'll take 10 years for the formaldehyde smell to go away.

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    Likely it was sealed, so prolly still off-gassing as the sealer ages

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    This one is near me: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2...68387456_zpid/

    Rich people are slowly buying up our neighborhood lots, tearing down the 60 year old houses, and putting up massive houses on our .25 to .33 lots. But THIS guy kept the original house , did a big Frankenstien add-on, and thinks it's worth 2.5 million. Ha. $500k look for $2.5 mill.

    For a million less you could get this instead: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3...12887577_zpid/

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    Quote Originally Posted by muted reborn View Post
    This one is near me: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2...68387456_zpid/

    Rich people are slowly buying up our neighborhood lots, tearing down the 60 year old houses, and putting up massive houses on our .25 to .33 lots. But THIS guy kept the original house , did a big Frankenstien add-on, and thinks it's worth 2.5 million. Ha. $500k look for $2.5 mill.

    For a million less you could get this instead: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3...12887577_zpid/
    I'll take fries with that second one. Super size me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by muted reborn View Post
    This one is near me: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2...68387456_zpid/

    Rich people are slowly buying up our neighborhood lots, tearing down the 60 year old houses, and putting up massive houses on our .25 to .33 lots. But THIS guy kept the original house , did a big Frankenstien add-on, and thinks it's worth 2.5 million. Ha. $500k look for $2.5 mill.

    For a million less you could get this instead: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3...12887577_zpid/
    LOL

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    Wow, those are all kinds of awful…

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    I'm a fan of seeing how many overstuffed chairs and couches you can jam in one room.

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    Yeah, way to pave the backyard on that first one. Who needs outdoor space when you have a chance to squeeze in another bathroom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bjenny View Post
    What is up with the walls in this house?

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    Ha! I know the company that built it. I worked for them for like 3-4months before quitting. They primarily build SIPs houses and bill themselves as very energy efficient/environmentally conscious builders. Not a fan of the company but leaving the OSB exposed seems like some arrogant asshat of an interior designer.

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