“The lions were coming. And again George Hadley was filled with
admiration for the mechanical genius who had conceived this room. A miracle
of efficiency selling for an absurdly low price. Every home should have one.”
“It’s a liger.”
You know, i would totally buy that if I were looking. And maybe even keep the zoo.
Those critters are not lions…they look like Cheetah’s to me.
And I do love me some Cheetahs, especially the Crunchy Cheddar flavor.
I like it too. Is that price low? Or is it the neighborhood? They didn’t show much of the back yard, maybe that’s the deal breaker.
True moosecack, but there are maneating cats roaming a savannah inside a modest bungalow, so the story sprang to mind. It didn’t end happily for the homeowners.
It looks like it’s in one of the nicer parts of the Third Ward, which remains the Third Ward.
You said it Spoonman. I live around the corner in the “nice” part of third ward, but that’s where the drive-by shooting over the weekend happened. If that “lounge” at the corner of Wentworth and Dowling were gone the neighborhood would be a lot better for it.
If you see this house in person, you will see it has had lots of work done with loving hands. Loving hands, not skilled ones.
amazing how cheap you can get a house. The monthly mortgage payment would be less than a crappy 1 bedroom apartment in Montrose.
“Loving hands, not skilled ones.” Thank you for that.
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