Wow. Just wow.
It rubs the lotion on its skin.
Them’s some real dark walls by golly!!
Look at the photo of the breakfast area … is that the ghost of an old prospector or just freezing cold air coming from the fan?
Rough-hewn garage door clerestory, too.
See you on the DDR, 7038.
There is simply no accounting for other people’s taste.
We need a Weirdness Preservation Board. Surely there are some blind folks looking to buy a quality home.
This has got to be the most hideous house I have ever seen!
Could it get any darker and gloomier??
If you are ballin’ on a budget that little house has fantastic potential. Grandma has some great plants out front too.
105,000 for that place? Are they crazy or just ludicrously optimistic? The place needs 40k worth of restoration just to not come across as a den of devilish things.
That place is a DUMP. Demolition is the only ‘remodeling’ that’s needed.
How did the, um, fireplace miss making the POD??
I like the fireplace (complete with fake logs) without any apparent chimney. And the stain on the wall above suggests it was used.
Since the house dates to 1940, the hitching post railing might date to a late 40s, early 50s Roy Rogers rumpus room remodel theme, maybe from Sunset Magazine.
I’m very familiar with the neighborhood. The houses have potential as 30-40s cottages with Art Deco touches, and some have been restored, but this price does seem too high. 70-90K more likely.
The kitchen carpet is quite revolting, and somehow this reminds me of the abandoned house from 30 Days of Night.
Painted paneling with a color such as white, can often end up looking pretty good. I can’t imagine how many gallons would be required to cover the dark paneling.
At least the roof appears to be fairly good!
That paneling in the master is especially hideous. Love that green carpet in the upstairs mystery room.
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