You sit there:And I'll sit here.Now it's a party. Whee. Thanks to Kelly for finding the wild scene. Yippee. Let's celebrate "True related living," whatever that is, since it's important enough that the real estate agent mentioned it three times.
What DOES "true-related living" mean? I've been googling out of curiosity, and I can't figure it out!
All they need is a lightbulb on a chain.
and...Community Features: curbs/gutters?? Oh! I get it. After the big party you can head down there. Fantastic!Sara, love your blog. You need to start charging admission and make some money at this. I would pay for the daily giggles it gives me. This is definately your gig.
I'm just sure there's a Eugene Ionesco play in here somewhere....
True related living....maybe that means that since this place has multiple kitchens more than one generation of your family can live there?
Wasn't this the house in which they filmed Saw? That might explain the header even ...
And who wouldn't want a washer on one level and the dryer on another ?!
Does "true-related living" mean this house is old as dirt?The kitchen(?) looked like it was something from Little House on the Prairie
I'm assuming "True Related Living" is a typo for "True Relaxed Living". This place is like a spa! Where's the cucumber slices for my eyelids?
I'm just going to go ahead and assume that it one of the worst neighborhoods in all of Chicago because it's very cheap. And ugly, but that doesn't always guarantee cheap in big cities.
Have the lambs stopped crying, Clarice?
I call the comfy chair!
"I'm just going to go ahead and assume that it one of the worst neighborhoods in all of Chicago because it's very cheap." I'm not really sure, as a Northsider, but I *think* this is in a so-so neighborhood. It is pretty near to what is one of the worst neighborhoods - Englewood. Still, I have found lots of houses on the South and West sides going for not much more than that, even when they are in decent 'hoods.Excuse me while I go cry over my inflated mortgage. Ahem.
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