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    I don't think I know anyone with a laundry room. I've always had the washing machine in the kitchen too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprynkles View Post
    Yikes. I hate it all except for the pretty wood floors. What a crazy mess. Toilet paper on the tank and a dead lawn. It doesn't look like they're trying very hard to sell this place.
    Yes. I like the floors. This has to be a location, location, location price, right? over 200 thousand for THAT!
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    *and I have almost never known anyone who had a washer and dryer in the kitchen...either in a utility room, or laundry room, or basement, etc.

    I think it is considered rather 'lower class' around here for it to be in the kitchen. I know it is different in Europe(more advanced and less wasteful when it comes to space really. I like efficiency like that).

    Even my little mobile home place does not have the washer and dryer in the kitchen-they have their own space near the bedroom and back door. Frontloading and on top of one another, to save space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mel1973 View Post
    there's a washer and dryer IN the kitchen!! yuck!
    Never mind that. There's no cabinets and countertops in the kitchen! How the hell does a person prep food in there?

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    I never have had a washer/dryer in the kitchen,either.
    The total lack of counter space makes me think the only food made in there would be delivery or dinner reservations.
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    Those houses are all over areas of st pete, they call them bungelows here. Ugly. Key west stlye really
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    Quote Originally Posted by cupcake View Post
    Those houses are all over areas of st pete, they call them bungelows here. Ugly. Key west stlye really
    Oh, I think they're adorable and I'd much rather have one of these than some brick McMansion. My ideal home is an approximately 2400 square foot Craftsman bungalow. Like this:

    Van Dyke Project

    I think the house in this thread could be improved upon (exterior paint, kitchen remodel), but overall I like it.

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    i know a lot of people who have a laundry room, including my parents. their house is maybe 25 years old? and the ones that don't, usually put their washing machine in a small storage space. but i think if we had a washing machine, it would have to go in the kitchen. there's no room anywhere else to put it.

    this house looks okay except for the bathroom. it needs to be remodeled. new paint is needed, too. outside & inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travelbug View Post
    Oh, I think they're adorable and I'd much rather have one of these than some brick McMansion. My ideal home is an approximately 2400 square foot Craftsman bungalow. Like this:

    Van Dyke Project

    I think the house in this thread could be improved upon (exterior paint, kitchen remodel), but overall I like it.
    OMG! I love that little cottage! It's so beautiful and not too big. so comfy and homey!
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    ^^I think I'm going to start a thread, I love it so much!

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    I like the style of these craftsman type bungalow homes, but they have to have enough space.

    And this one really needs redone.

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