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Duttin
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Joined: Mon Aug 07, 2006 11:03 pm
Location: Fort Smith, AR

Post by Duttin »

hey now its my turn lolz. here are our houses. The first on is our rental that is a 1930's bunglaow. its just a block from the one we are in now. Enjoy.Image

this is our castle before we got it. Sig pic is what it looks like now.
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1906 Colonial Revival Foursquare. 2600 sq. ft. Hope you enjoy the pics. Keep looking for updates. Dustin n Chuck
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HB
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Location: Reading - PA

Post by HB »

Here's mine:

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utopia13
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Post by utopia13 »

Hey HB....I used to live in PA, just North of Allentown, in Schnecksville. Also spent a lot of time doing some work out your way too. There are SO many beautiful old stone places up that way. Yours is a real beauty! Looks like ....mid 1800's? Very nice :wink:
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CivilWarHome
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Location: Macon Missouri
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Post by CivilWarHome »

Here's my poor thing. Looks so sad amongst these beauties :lol: Needs alot of love :wink:

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Brandy
185? Italianate
Macon, Mo

airgrabber
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Post by airgrabber »

CivilWarHome - why are you always saying those things about your house? It's a great place! I love the hip-gabled roof and arched windows. Chin up, you could be stuck with this:
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Circa 1921 Dutch Colonial Revival
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cs
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Location: Dobbs Ferry NY

Post by cs »

I need to take some summer photos! These are from last winter...

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missourimelodie
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Joined: Thu Jun 07, 2007 2:00 am
Location: clinton,missouri

Post by missourimelodie »

Mine is pretty sad too. A lot of work inside. Outside won't see paint until next summer. The airconditioners have been removed but the rest is the same.

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CivilWarHome
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Post by CivilWarHome »

airgrabber wrote:CivilWarHome - why are you always saying those things about your house? It's a great place! I love the hip-gabled roof and arched windows. Chin up, you could be stuck with this:
Don't get me wrong! I love my house, but it DOES need alot of work. Those arched windows have vinyl storms over them, the arches you are seeing are not the actual windows but some sort of vinyl/plastic that is about a ft longer than the actual arch of the wood window. Hope that makes sense. I guess when I look at it I see what it use to be and its far from being that now. Baby steps :lol:

BTW your house is beautiful! I'd take it! :wink:
Brandy
185? Italianate
Macon, Mo

Duttin
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Joined: Mon Aug 07, 2006 11:03 pm
Location: Fort Smith, AR

Post by Duttin »

hey missourimelodie, I read in your sig that you are a flexo operator. Is that a smaller press or a big one? I work for weyerhaeuser and I run what is called a die cut flexo. Ofcourse we are a box plant. I thought it was kewl to see it there. Also, I am totally sorry everyone for the double post. I meant to hit preview and hit submit but I needed to correct something lolz. Soz :oops:
1906 Colonial Revival Foursquare. 2600 sq. ft. Hope you enjoy the pics. Keep looking for updates. Dustin n Chuck
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ella
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Joined: Sat Oct 07, 2006 10:50 pm
Location: Central Wisconsin

Post by ella »

Here is the house,from last years real estate listing.
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