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    I would hate to be drunk walking down the upper hallway.
    I like the last pic and the cute blue plate on the wall, that's it.

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    I don't know what is so special about this house that it deserves a photo spread. The outside is nice and the view is beautiful, but it's not especially interesting IMO. The house itself is a slightly unusual shape, but not something I'd look twice at if I drove past it. And the inside is plain. The only room I halfway like is that attic/office space with the bookshelves and not even that much.

    I think the blue plate is nice too, but my mother has a bunch of those so they give me an antique farmhouse vibe since that's her taste.
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