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    I adore the house but I can't deal with all the neutral/white furniture. I would HAVE to ghetto it up some with color!
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    It costs about 3.6000000 euro..cheap for such a big place.But then the houses in Europe are built differently..stone ,cement and iron are more expencive than wood and clapboards..it is a nice and welcoming house,i like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    Ugh, Rehoboth is pricier though, isn't it?
    It depends. We usually stay at a cheap hotel (about $250 a night) that is just off the boardwalk - which is great for us, because we are only back at the hotel to sleep or wash off. But there are tons of bed-and-breakfast places, both in the straight area and the more-established gay areas. I would think those would be really affordable.

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    can those houses by any closer together? that being said, i'll take it!
    I saw the lot is about .25 acre, so the house itself probably occupies most of the lot, with minimal surrounding area.

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    I love love love it. It's right up my alley with an ocean view.
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    Just over £3,000,000. Not bad.
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    It looks like an upscale vacation rental to me.
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    It will need an army of workers to run that place..
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    Quote Originally Posted by effie2 View Post
    It will need an army of workers to run that place..
    I know a guy who lived in a house that was even bigger than this (his was 10,000 square feet), who would clean it himself with his gf on the weekends. She told me she finally put her foot down and said she was not going to give up half her weekend just vacuuming the place. He downsized to a house that is exactly the same size as this one. Not sure who's cleaning it, though.

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    Yeah, sure why not???
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    What makes this house for me is the liveability of it. It's very practical and comfortable. So many big houses are just...big. Overblown, ostentatious, etc.

    Putting it on a pretty bayside is just extra.

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    Is it on the Big Assawoman Bay side ?

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    That makes me want it more. Imagine the fun with Christmas cards and package deliveries! "Yup, that's Big Ass Woman Bay. Thank you." [/straight face]

    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    It depends. We usually stay at a cheap hotel (about $250 a night) that is just off the boardwalk - which is great for us, because we are only back at the hotel to sleep or wash off. But there are tons of bed-and-breakfast places, both in the straight area and the more-established gay areas. I would think those would be really affordable.
    "Cheap"? Oh, what has the world come to. I could have a couple of gourmet meals with wine or a really excellent pair of shoes for that and feel far more satisfied.
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    no thanks. it looks 'fake old' - new construction meant to look like an old house but with mcmansion sized rooms and over-the-top-ness that you don't find in real old houses.
    for that price i'd rather buy a smaller, real old house that isn't smushed next to other fake old houses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    no thanks. it looks 'fake old' - new construction meant to look like an old house but with mcmansion sized rooms and over-the-top-ness that you don't find in real old houses.
    for that price i'd rather buy a smaller, real old house that isn't smushed next to other fake old houses.
    I don't like not having any yard. To me, to have a house that size and no yard is just ridiculous. That house next door with the clay roof looks intriguing - and sturdy, which is appealing because of all the hurricanes and storms the area gets hit with. But once again, all house and no yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylkyn View Post
    I adore the house but I can't deal with all the neutral/white furniture. I would HAVE to ghetto it up some with color!
    Me too. Don't like all that white on the walls and I loathe white cabinets. And white furniture seems like it would be inhibiting, like people would be afraid to relax on it. Too much white seems institutional and cold to me.

    I love the location of the house and the layout. The exterior is not the style I typically like but it's really nice.
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    The only thing is I would have to remove the pool table from the kitchen. Other than that, it's lovely.

    Wait a minute. It looks like the pool table is in the kitchen? It looks off.
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