Poor Eth. So young, so mothy. At least we'll always have this listing to remember you by.(Found by Ingrid.)
The outside of this home is interesting as well. It looks like a couple of houses accidentally collided and became entwined, perhaps that's why no one could be bothered to measure the square footage.
I think you mean "M"eth. The m is just covered by the picture.
The outside of this house is wonderful! It looks like it could be in a village in Disneyland. Passamaquody or some other obscure part of the world where the pirates could hide out with their treasures. Or something. The kitchen is sorta cute, though.
I'm entertained by how the incomplete information got put in. According to the site, the lot size is 1 square foot!
Year built 1850? I somehow doubt that. Also, the exterior looks like something cobbled together by a Borrower.
I can't figure out what the stripey black and white thing with the snowshoe is meant to be. Is that really a cord hanging from it? Please tell me this isn't a lamp....
I used to live in PA and always was amazed how, in some of the older neighborhoods, the houses didn't just have additions, it was more like an add on....need some extra space? just slap some boards together and presto, room addition!
I can't tell what some of these pictures are supposed to be of. One thing looks like a snowshoe with a light in the middle of it. And a bunch of sticks holding the back of the house up? If you're gonna put pics up, at least make sure that they mean something. Geesh.
Visibly an important détail for selling since a picture is dedicated to this : in the kitchen they have a snow racket mounted with a flower pot and a camembert cheese as a sconce...
Post a Comment
You could follow It's Lovely! on Twitter: