And as long as you're here... want to buy a house?
1.25 million and you get an ironing board in every bedroom? Wow - I'm in!
"3650 Sq Ft of living space," but only four feet from floor to ceiling as far as I can tell.
If you buy the house, will they hand you the bunch of balloons lurking in the left corner ceiling?
I am most disturbed by what appears to be a strap-on device of some kind in the lower right hand corner.
Good god, I wonder how much it would cost if it didn't have that huge, ugly telephone pole, smack dab in the middle of the view? One million six? I dunno, maybe million dollar plus homes are a dime a dozen in Seattle, and that's just what the average buyer expects to pay. Is that why they can't even be arsed to tidy up and stage attractively? Sheesh. Really, at least put the freaking ironing board ...if not away...out of the picture.
Why are there 2 full beds in this room/ironing station?
Jeez, according the Google overhead view, it's not exactly that close to the Sound either.
I guess if you've got a mortgage on a $1.25 million house, and a BMW payment, you've got to iron your own pants! PS - keep those ballons AWAY from the ceiling fan.
Um the room with the ironing board is the same bedroom as the other picture. There are 2 beds in that one room.
Beautiful view of the Seattle skyline...and an electrical pole.
What are the five things above the bed that look like boarded up windows?
What a fun blog!
Scott,It looks like the windows on a garage door. Now, would being able to drive into the bedroom drive the price up or down?
It would be a lot easier to trick people into thinking those are two separate bedrooms if you just put the ironing board away! Having it in both pics is a dead giveaway.
Somebody fell asleep in staging class! Wow. That is one LAZY realtor--you would think for 37.5K-his share of the commission, he would at least councel his clients to pick up their clothes or perhaps, hire someone who would. I am speechlessly disgusted. Or disgustedly speechless. Wow. Again.
I thought you wrote, Plants ironed while you wait, noticing the botanical theme of the rug and blanket.
The real-estate market will continue to suck eggs for as long as eedeeyots like these expect to get over a mil for such schlock.
Jen, you're right. Good God, what IS that??
It's not a strap-on, it's an upside down necktie with black lining.Or is it...
that is quite possibly the ugliest bedspread and wall paint combination.
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