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    Default In Nova Scotia, a 19th-Century House on the Bay


    Michael Tompkins for The New York Times
    This four-bedroom clapboard house, facing Mahone Bay on Nova Scotia's South Shore, is on the market for 775,000 Canadian dollars ($810,500).














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    Love it!!!!
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    Yes please.
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    their decor is shit but i love the house itself.
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    Love it and I love NS.

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    they need to start shopping at grown up stores and not Ikea.
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    It's just the one Poang! What else is from IKEA?

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    The entire kitchen, the tacky paper lamp in the bedroom, another damn poang chair right beside that AND a chintzy table/stool looking thing beside that, that light hanging over that door outside the bedroom.. most likely that green vase too..
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    Good news! They are taking all the furniture! Rest is fabulous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    The entire kitchen, the tacky paper lamp in the bedroom, another damn poang chair right beside that AND a chintzy table/stool looking thing beside that, that light hanging over that door outside the bedroom.. most likely that green vase too..
    Impressive. You're like some sort of savant who memorizes catalogues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    Impressive. You're like some sort of savant who memorizes catalogues.
    såvant.
    it could be a new ikea recliner, or bookshelf.
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    Bookshelf definitely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    Impressive. You're like some sort of savant who memorizes catalogues.
    No dear, just gay
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    såvant.
    it could be a new ikea recliner, or bookshelf.
    Well played Sputnik, well played.

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