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Old 03-11-2008, 06:17 PM   #1
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Default Finally. Home for sale.

Around Christmas, the wife and I decided to sell our first home and build our dream house since the new housing market is in a crunch, and we can capitalize on the builders need to sell. The initiatives are so high, that we could not comfortabley afford the home we are to build in a regular market, plus other internal factors that are making this a no brainer move.

That said, in the past 3 years I have done a lot odf work to my home, not knowing we were going to move, to bring it up to date. New flooring throughout the first floor, new kitchen (re orged the applience orientation so you could actually open the dishwasher the entire way
Here is the one listing: http://92louisjamesct.com/
And here is another, pic 11 you can see the brewerey area in the basement on this link: http://www.prufoxroach.com/search/se...rt=6&sortby=2#

Now just wait till the right person comes along.

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Old 03-11-2008, 06:30 PM   #2
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wow nice pad, wish I could buy. Don't be suprised if you get banned for having a bud light neon sign behind the TV.... jk

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Old 03-11-2008, 08:14 PM   #3
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Good luck getting your price. I hope it all works out well.

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Old 03-11-2008, 08:33 PM   #4
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Are those new kitchen cabinets? If so, how much did you drop on 'em? We're in the process of upgrading our kitchen and installing new wood floors throughout (kitchen included). Trying to decide what to do with our POS cabinets...reface or replace.

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Yeah, all new cabinets. I think the total with countertop was in the neighborhood of $4800, but we got a deal since we know the kitchen cabinet store owner. I think list was above 10K, but who knows how much fluff was there.

Install yourself and save a lot of coin.

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Did you shell out the bucks for the all plywood construction on those Kraftmaids? That's a big decision for me and it's like 10% more.

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Nice looking place!

Good luck with the sale...if you were in the central bucks area, we would have to talk

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Did you shell out the bucks for the all plywood construction on those Kraftmaids? That's a big decision for me and it's like 10% more.
Yeah, this is the higher end of the middle level offering from Kraftmade. The quality is insane. You need to go all wood or the staining is not consistant. Your frames, trim and panels will essentually be 3 different colors, regardless of the manufacturer.
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I would buy nearly anything from Kimberly...

Nice house! Good luck with the sale!

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Nice place Ryan. Considering our townhouses are the same market value, yours is nicer than mine! Your realtor is also much nicer (looking) than mine...

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