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    The yard has potential for sure. I thought florida was the only place with gravel lawns lol
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    Boring boring boring but i like the pool area.

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    At the Walter Cronkite broadcasting school at ASU or something. I'm sure Uncle Walter is screaming somewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylkyn View Post
    Houses that have garages that are the total "welcoming mat" of the entire house look like shit. Just sayin'.
    I totally agree. The house is dominated by three fourths of the first floor being garage doors and the front yard a massive concrete driveway! I hate these type of houses!
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    A community swimming pool? Okay then. Nothing wrong with that for normal folk (in fact, it looks just like my in-laws' house). I'm just amazed that a Palin would be content with that.

    That's a great price for a house though, even if it is a McMansion. Could it be she's not as self-entitled/stupid as her mother?
    yes it is a great price.
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    Bland, and the 3-car garage is just grotesque. That price is sick though.
    yeah.
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    It has a massive back garden. Lots of room for her kid to run around & its all enclosed.
    Its not exciting or landscaped by its a big space for swings & toys etc
    Ok..I guess the price and the large back area(I will not call that gravel pit a 'yard' ok? ) but it is big and has potential are good points.

    Too bad it is basically in what is apparently a 'backwater' area of Phoenix, and the front design is so awful-a massive driveway and garage with a home attached behind it. ugh. So common with narrower lots in tract communities nowadays.

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    It looks like every other house built in the southwest within the last 20 years.

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    This isn't really her first house, she had a condo or something in Alaska, which sold recently.

    There is no way in the world that she is going to go to college. Are you kidding? With at least 2 kids that she'll keep and the one that her mother uses as a political prop - and the fact that she is lazy and probably not a hs graduate.

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    Is she going to continue saying she's a "hard working single mom" now that she can pay $172k cash for a house? I just can't stand that she tries to be just like every other teen mom, when it is obvious she's nothing like them.

    Great price for a huge house, even if it is ugly.

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    Can we start a rumor she's dating John McCain please?

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    Lol! You're evil!



    Soj - a yard in the UK is well, a yard not a garden. It's paved or tarmac'd and enclosed, so to me, her back "garden" is a yard...
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    Here in the U.S. Midwest, I think a "yard" means an area with grass. A "garden" is where you grow flowers, plants, veggies, etc.

    Her's is neither. I would call it a patio or terrace I guess. More like a big parking lot. But Arizona is basically a desert.
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    Yah, not many folks in AZ have grass or anything else that needs to be watered in either the front or the back of the house. She could turn that into a big play area for Trigger and whatever she's naming the new one, as well as a Republican gathering area.
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    Is Bristol really going to live there, or is it just an investment? I thought she was so homesick for Alaska while she was on DWTS.

    Maybe it's just a good place to hide while she pops out her latest illegitimate child and plans her next career move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trixie View Post
    Here in the U.S. Midwest, I think a "yard" means an area with grass. A "garden" is where you grow flowers, plants, veggies, etc.

    Her's is neither. I would call it a patio or terrace I guess. More like a big parking lot. But Arizona is basically a desert.
    Yeah. It is just like a gravel parking lot. The space has potential, but right now it is like a gravel parking lot so it would need some work before you could really do anything there. I would not expect a lush yard of green grass given it is Arizona desert territory, but something more than loose gravel is needed for it to be usable for much-especially a play area for kids. Falling/slipping/sliding/landing etc. on loose gravel is not a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trixie View Post
    Here in the U.S. Midwest, I think a "yard" means an area with grass. A "garden" is where you grow flowers, plants, veggies, etc.

    Her's is neither. I would call it a patio or terrace I guess. More like a big parking lot. But Arizona is basically a desert.
    Lol! We call that a "lawn" (the grass bit!).

    I wouldn't expect to see a lush lawn in AZ & was unsurprsed by the back lot. These folks basically bought it, painted it (beige) & put it on the market. The back lot I guess was covered in cheap pea gravel to sell it, but it is a great size & has potential. I know you guys like the differences so I just thought I tell you about "yards". Specifically where I'm from there is a lot of terraced houses that have a yard, and a little shed where the outhouse used to be. The yard is big enough to have a bin (trashcan) & a few plant pots (1 yd x 1 yd! Lol). It would always make me laugh in NJ when his dad/relatives talked about the "yard" & it was this lush green garden.
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    If the sellers bought it on purpose to turn it over, they wouldn't want gardens etc. that had to be maintained--especially in this market, where something could sit there for months if not years. Who would want to pay for the upkeep? So totally makes sense.

    It is a decent sized yard.

    I think it's probably a good investment, though not in the short-term. If I were rich I'd definitely try to pick up some bargain basement real estate now.

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