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228 Pendleton Road
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homes in your area have recently sold for, and you’ll use those numbers to figure out approximately what you should expect to spend. But how should you compare homes? And where do you find accurate selling prices? “If you’re buying a home, it’s nice to know what else has sold in the neighborhood and for how
the issue of the timing of each sale, as prices tend to vary not only from year to year, but from season to season.“You’re looking at homes that have sold within the last six months — even the last three months would be ideal,” says DeSimone. “Even more ideally, you’ll look at pending sales, because those
“Porch” — Patricia Eastman
A.GRUPPO Architects - Dallas
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Bley Sleeping House
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use them: To accentuate volume and shape. These are slightly more versatile than plywood, as they have excellent weathering characteristics. They’re sold in 4- by 8-foot and 4- by 10-foot sheets, and joint patterning and module are important parts of the overall design. The rectilinear panel shapes lend
use them: To accentuate volume and shape. These are slightly more versatile than plywood, as they have excellent weathering characteristics. They’re sold in 4- by 8-foot and 4- by 10-foot sheets, and joint patterning and module are important parts of the overall design.
use them: To accentuate volume and shape. These are slightly more versatile than plywood, as they have excellent weathering characteristics. They’re sold in 4- by 8-foot and 4- by 10-foot sheets, and joint patterning and module are important parts of the overall design. The rectilinear panel shapes lend
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Realty Restoration, LLC
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Kitchen After
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This is engineered stone sold under brand names Ceasarstone or Silestone.
1. Engineered stone. Sold under brand names including Ceasarstone
countertop 1. Engineered stone. Sold under brand names including Ceasarstone and Silestone and often referred to simply as quartz, this countertop material is made of crushed stone bound
1. Engineered stone. Sold under brand names including Ceasarstone and Silestone and often referred to simply as quartz, this countertop material is made of crushed stone bound
Engineered stone. Sold under brand names including Ceasarstone and Silestone and often referred to simply as quartz, this countertop material is made of crushed stone bound
1. Engineered stone. Sold under brand names including Ceasarstone and Silestone and often referred to simply as quartz, this countertop material is made of crushed stone bound together by a polymer resin. Engineered stone countertops are nonporous and resistant to stains and scratches, and the only
“Cheap solution” — fafikat
Seattle Architect & Designer
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Doug Towle
The William Farley House
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About 30 years ago, when the house was still located in Massachusetts, the owners sold the desk to a cabinetmaker in Gilmanton. When the cabinetmaker learned that Towle had purchased the house and moved it to his town, he sold Towle the desk — returning it to the home where it first sat more than 300 years
About 30 years ago, when the house was still located in Massachusetts, the owners sold the desk to a cabinetmaker in Gilmanton. When the cabinetmaker learned that Towle had purchased the house and moved it to his town, he sold Towle the desk — returning it to the home where it first sat more than 300 years
“Dark wood” — hollyfogg
www.KarlGercens.com
Country Estates
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-- granite rock weathered to the point of breaking into very small pieces and silt-like particles. Reddish-tan that fades over time to lighter tan. Sold by cubic yard.
over time. Decomposed granite is ideal for pathways and rustic patios, and can also be used as a topdressing around arid plants. It's sold by the cubic yard.Cost: DG is sold by the bag for around $3 if you simply need to add to or fill in a small area, or by the cubic yard for $35 to $50. One cubic yard
“Gravel. Idea book 5 gravel and stone types for a rockin landscape” — Cathy
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
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EfficiencyBeginning in 1988 in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency began requiring every woodstove sold in the U.S. to be EPA certified, to meet strict particulate emissions standards. More recently, the U.S. government has begun offering tax rebates as
will be.Buyer beware: Stoves with an extremely low price probably aren’t EPA certified. There’s a loophole that permits highly inefficient stoves to be sold in the U.S. if they’re classed as fireplaces. Not only do these stoves consume large quantities of wood because they’re so leaky, but they burn the
“Ceiling” — Czarniecki Construction inc
The Red Jet
kitchen
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World's Fair and has been referred to as "the chair of chairs." Also known as the Bistro Chair, some 50 million No. 14s were sold between 1860 and 1930, and millions more have been sold (and reproduced) since, putting it squarely in the design-classic category. Chair No. 14, now known as 214, is still produced
“Yellow kitchen” — sashaemc
Cary Bernstein Architect
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Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
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the long-term costs — would put a real dent in the homeowner’s wallet. What mattered was resale and having that tub to make sure the house could be sold.So ask yourself if you really want that tub. If you’re a bath person, ask yourself if the tub has to be in the main bathroom, or if you can do with
the long-term costs – would put a real dent in the homeowner’s wallet. What mattered was resale and having that tub to make sure the house could be sold.So ask yourself if you really want that tub. If you’re a bath person, ask yourself if the bath has to be in the main bathroom, or if you can do with
“Shelf too high behind tub” — shebair
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