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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by McFortner, Jul 22, 2003.
is that a basement? congrats with you new house.
Michael ,,, I think you both have made a wise choise cause I love it.
And I think your son loves it to judging by that BIG smile
Nice to see your house Michael. Those beautiful trees at the back must make sitting in the screened room a real pleasure. Is it a ravine behind you as the land sure seems to slope down at the back. Will make lawn mowing fun.
I kinda get a bit jelous when I see trees butting up to someones back yard. We have our own kind of beauty here in the desert and the sunsets are outstanding, but I'm not too sure I wouldn't trade it all for a scene like that.
Tall trees and a screened-in train porch. Wow, what more could you ask for?
The house looks great!
Well, since the porch faces south, the rain comes in the side. So it could be a train room if I don't mind my train layout being a train museum! Rusted rails, rusted out units, yep just like the real thing!
Nope, no basement yet. One of these days we may dig out some under the house and add a room. A train room if possible.
Congratulations Michael! That looks like a great house for a family. At some point, you might be able to enclose the area under the screened porch for a train room. It would be easier than digging out a basement. A few insulated walls, a quick slab floor and a dry ceiling, allowing for drainage from the porch, and you can be in business . An auxiliary heating and cooling unit could keep things comfortable...just a suggestion.
Good luck and enjoy owning your own home! There's nothing like it.
Congrats and good luck!
I was about to say it looks like some of the houses inland from me.
Then I saw the back of the house. Ain't none like that.
Wellll.... maybe the ones on the shorline after a hurricane toke
away the sand.
Prayers and Wishes of a wonderful happy home!
Congratulations to you both.
Congrats, it looks great and I like the idea of enclosing under the porch for the train room!