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Old 01-02-2019, 09:14 AM   #1
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A friend posted this, and I thing the interior views are awesome!

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I cheated and looked. Don't tell her...

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Had to do a double take.
It looked like a freestanding chimney.
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That house needs a little splash of paint, doesn't it? Can you imagine a 21st Century structure standing so long without any paint or maintenance?

The inside is phenomenal. I think that's a faux finish on those wood doors. That was very popular in the late 1800s.

Beautiful house. If only it wasn't so darn cold there!

BTW, I can't figure out the ceiling in the front room. Is that 12-inch ceiling tile or something else?
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Welcome back Rose.

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the inside is well-maintained but why the exterior unmaintained ?
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I love the old houses! A&E and I we're looking at a house built in the 1800s before we bought this one. It was an Old Stage Coach House. Too bad it needed a full New Foundation other words Andy already had it planned out what he wanted to do for a remodel on the inside!

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I've known more than one person who wouldn't do anything to the outside of their house because it would increase their property taxes.

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