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    Default A midcentury modern house


    Joe Jaszewski for The New York Times
    A midcentury modern house is on the market in Boise for $350,000.









    Properties for $350,000 - Slide Show - NYTimes.com

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    it has a lot of potential. especially the kitchen and the pool and surrounding areas. and i like the stone floors. wouldn't want to live in boise though...
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    It looks-barren of charm.
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    yikes
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    Good God, parts of it look like the inside of my trailer.

    It is very much a product of it's time.
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    Looks like someone tried to make a bunker homey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lalique View Post
    Looks like someone tried to make a bunker homey.
    That is a good word to use for this place: bunker.
    Don't slap me, cause I'm not in the mood!

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    hellllll no.

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    Depresses me

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    I like it ... it has the coziness of a bunker or a fort. It's my style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McJag View Post
    It looks-barren of charm.
    yep

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