Or as I call it, the “pre-chandelier” stage.
They bought back in 81 for around $40,000. Started rehabing the house in the 90’s. It’s nice now that all us kids are gone and keeping it clean. I told them to go for $350-375 and negotiate down. Oh well. They have another house already.
That’s certainly one way to load hardwood into a home.
I was expecting to feel happy, or relieved. But somehow, I feel like I’m grieving.
An aftermarket “thru-style” fuel filter for Toyota’s carbureted 22R engine can also be used for interior lighting.
A particularly popular trend in Eastside, one way people show off their wealth is by paying big bucks for products that look broken. In this example, we have laminated glass that is designed to look broken.
My uncle has this old house in the country that used to be owned by his grandparents.
House went live on the MLS this morning.
Sometime in 2007, four families bought these once-new homes. A short dead-end street, tucked away from the main drags through Kirkland and Redmond, where they thought they’d get some peace and quiet.
Here’s a photo from the listing from three (four?) years ago:
... and the painters are drinking on the job. Definitely a good look👌
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Remember when I posted this place a little while back? “Uh, no. I don’t like your posts and do not wish to subscribe to your newslett—” Great. Here are some photos.
I just finished walking through these six - admittedly very nice — detached townhomes off of Rainier Ave South. For those of you not familiar with the area, it’s one of the least desireable places in the city. Wall to wall graffiti. Tents blocking sidewalks. Homeless camps not carefully tucked away like other parts of…
If you don’t, I’ll bet you live longer. Example: all the cabinets in the kitchen look like some variation of this. The perimeter of the shaker-style face is the same everywhere...