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    Default A stone carriage house

    A three-bedroom three-bath stone carriage house in Nyack, a village of about 7,000 people on the west shore of the Hudson River, is on the market for $1,299,000.









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    I don't care for the dark ceilings or the marble surrounding the bath. The ceilings give the impression that they're about to fall and crush one.
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    I like the exterior, but the inside sucks.
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    I wonder what the interior looked like before they gutted it.
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    Overpriced
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    The exterior is pretty and some of the interior is too but all that freakin' marble!
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    It's not bad, but certainly not worth over a million dollars.
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    Love the outside, reminds me of the Sopranos house. but the inside is ick
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    Where's the furniture? Did the vendors run out of money as well as taste? The bathroom will cause seizures.
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    "Oh, I fill my days staring at the silent piano, sipping my scotch while sitting on my plastic ass-chair."

    Like.. what do people DO in places like this. There's no tv, no dvd, no puter, no nothing. My ass these people just sit around and READ.
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    I love the spaciousness and the interesting shapes of the room, and OMG, I like that freaky marble in the bathroom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    I don't care for the dark ceilings or the marble surrounding the bath. The ceilings give the impression that they're about to fall and crush one.
    agree.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    Like.. what do people DO in places like this. There's no tv, no dvd, no puter, no nothing. My ass these people just sit around and READ.
    play board games?

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    Lots of floor space. Gymnastics? Ballroom dancing?
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    ^ yeah, I definitely would invite some friends over for occasional old school dancing. http://www.cosgan.de/images/smilie/musik/e055.gif

    I love spaciousness in rooms. I am living in a small flat shared with a mate atm. I have computer, work place and bed in one room.

    And I love marble - if there's a heating underneath. It's nice to clean, too.

    I would colour the ceilings differently though, black is a no-no colour indoors, something lighter.

    I would bring also more colours and greenery inside. Green luscious plants. And a cat or two. *lol*

    Also love the book shelves - most of my books are in the attic atm due to my space problem. I would love to spread them out again.

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    It's an interesting space. Although I'm fairly short, I think I'd be having to watch my step with the oddball ceilings to not knock myself out daily. Also the furnishings would be burned and the kitchen expanded.

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