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Old 09-24-2010, 02:32 PM   #11
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Oh No! Well may this time between now and spring pass quickly.

What you say is true but I will admit that I look forward to being more spoiled. My dream kitchen would have the stove in the middle or plenty of space so that I can FIRE UP!

My dream kitchen is in Lottery Dream land. I want a kitchen with a bedroom and bathroom attached!
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Old 09-24-2010, 06:14 PM   #12
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I know what you are going through. I once lived in a cabin with a kitchen livingroom combination. No stove or counters, just two gas burners. Thank God there were two of them. Now we are attempting to buy an old farmhouse on a short sale. It has a big country kitchen and a formal dining room. Man I hope we get it. And not only that but there is ton of room to put a canning kitchen in the basement. No more heated up house!
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Old 09-24-2010, 06:27 PM   #13
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I know what you are going through. I once lived in a cabin with a kitchen livingroom combination. No stove or counters, just two gas burners. Thank God there were two of them. Now we are attempting to buy an old farmhouse on a short sale. It has a big country kitchen and a formal dining room. Man I hope we get it. And not only that but there is ton of room to put a canning kitchen in the basement. No more heated up house!
Good luck! Sounds like a dream house. Lots of room for a big garden???
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Good luck! Sounds like a dream house. Lots of room for a big garden???
You betcha. It's almost a totally shaded lot except for one nice big space that is sunny and it is already fenced and has an underground sprinkling system!! More than an acre of land on the main drag between a church and a beautiful historical home. And it's a short sale so the price is unbelieveable. I can't wait! But I have to, it is a short sale. They take forever.
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