April found this cabin for sale. Does it seem familiar? Why, yes! It's the same cabin as seen here, but with new, interior photos!
wow... I did some real estate here in New York City... Craigs list in new york is fun to look at, though I have yet to see something quite this bad...
Goodness. You should have shown the bathroom picture...All kidding aside, they're probably expecting whoever buys it to just tear it down...an acre in the woods on an island in Washington, with a view...
what we need may be a place, not a house. SO, even the house itself is quite old, we still have the place, based on which we may build a very very amazing house some day.
What a masterpiece... when can we sign the lease?!
I love that the listing says "home"! HOME?! And they bravely list those rooms as "living area" and "kitchen."My god, just put up a tent already. (200 K for the property may not be bad depending on how big it is.)
Arrrh Yes... this is the sort of proptery that would be advertised as "Has Potential", "Handyman's Dream", "A Work in Progress", "Make your own Future." Such is the 'trickery' of real estate jargon - worldwide it seems.
It seems so much bigger on the inside.T
The price is a smokin' bargain for the land alone. We have a summer home on the island and couldn't have gotten our land alone for double that price (we're waterfront, though). I'm guessing this shack is taxed at an even higher rate than what the selling price is right now.
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