Sunday, November 2, 2008

"Buyer should obtain inspection prior to making an offer."

No, really, obtain that inspection:

13 comments:

Dyslexic Heart said...

The listing says it needs some TLC, maybe that's what's in the bottle.

jenjen said...

There's no way they fit three bedrooms in that one little bottle.

Freelance Writer said...

I've heared of outlandish prices for medications and all the equally outrageous promises they promise to provide...but a three bedroom home in one bottle for that price....thats over-reaching a bit...

Shayne said...

It says that it also has a fireplace. That seems dangerous in there!

Stuart said...

"Honey, why's there a huge ball of cotton upstairs?"

"That's just insulation, dear."

"Oh."

Meg said...

Wha....?

I'm also mystified by the idea of a "gated project."

D~ said...

"Stroll about the grounds until you feel at home."

This is exactly what Mrs. Robinson is looking for.

Coo coo ca-choo

Stuart said...

Meg - the term "gated project" is just a fancy way of saying "childproof cap".

T said...

but look at the positive side... an exterior paint and remodel wouldn't be quite as difficult...

Lara said...

Maybe it's a home for a genie.

Coastalgranny said...

Now I've heard that the Japanese have smaller living spaces - but COME ON!

leftyfro said...

So do you hire a pharmacist or a home inspector?

Cooper Green said...

It's a drughouse. They need to post a photo of a cop as well, so you know it's a safe neighbourhood.