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Our new house ;) November 17, 2005

Filed under: Uncategorized — amygeekgrl @ 4:51 pm

Glory be! I think I’ve solved our money problems!

We’re selling our house and buying this instead for only $23,400! What a bargain. πŸ˜‰

Who cares that Jody and I will have to crouch down all the time and that we’ll have to rent out some land in a friend’s backyard, we’ll be living in style and Ava should be more than comfortable. πŸ˜‰

Be sure to check out the detailed pictures from the link above and other luxury playhouses and then don’t forget to pick your jaw up off the floor!!

The Victorian Playhouse has a front porch, turret, cedar-shingled gable, scrollwork accents, octagonal window, shingled roof, and bay window with window boxes (shown here with a yellow exterior with white, soft blue and lavender trim). Designed and built by Alan Mowrer, this playhouse can be constructed with countless interior and exterior options. Whether it’s cable, running water, electricity, central air or a wireless communication system, Alan can accommodate your wishes. Other architectural styles are also available from fairy tale cottages to rustic cabins or even a miniature replica of your home. Comprehensive interior design services are also available through designer Michelle Pollak who helps clients with a variety of interior details such as window treatments, moldings, paint colors, furnishings, rugs and flooring including wood, marble or Mexican tile. Each playhouse is a custom piece; with Alan and Michelle the possibilities are endless. *Please note the price quoted is an estimate and is subject to change depending on your custom choices. Please speak to a design consultant for details.*

Thought you all could use a good laugh today. There’s nothing like a playhouse that costs as much as your car to make you think that some people just have too damn much money. :oP

Now if you’ll please excuse me, I need to go find my credit card. πŸ˜‰


10 Responses to “Our new house ;)”

  1. Jenn Says:

    But where would you put your fantasy coach bed?

  2. Dawn Says:

    I’ve seen those! I sent the link to dh and told him to “get to buildin!” haha.

    Your post reminds me of that silly commercial for insurance that starts out as a preview for a new reality show with the couple living in the little house. Haven’t seen it in a while but every time it comes on it gives me a giggle πŸ™‚

  3. Blog writer Says:

    *gR|n* i think I’ll order 2 of those… and cud I have fries with it :p

  4. amygeekgrl Says:

    oh no! way to go, jenn. you ruined my whole plan. ;oP back to the drawing board. πŸ˜‰

    dawn – that commercial is hilarious! jody and i love it and say that we live in a “tiny house” now because our kitchen is so small.

    BW – for that price, i think the fries are complimentary. πŸ˜‰

  5. Ninotchka Says:

    but it’s so cute! lol ok, ok i agree. it is most extravagant.

  6. Running2Ks Says:

    It’s adorable. And the same color scheme as mine. It would fit right in here πŸ™‚

  7. amygeekgrl Says:

    nino – it *is* cute, i’ll give ya that. πŸ˜‰

    r2ks- mind if we set up camp in your backyard then? we’ll blend right in. πŸ˜‰

  8. Running2Ks Says:

    Sure, come on, bring it. Then you don’t have to buy the lot πŸ˜‰

  9. It is totally gorgeous, but holy moses, it costs MORE than my brand new car! EEEK!

    Can’t we just build something instead? What happened to the little plastic houses with pvc piping? I loved those!

  10. Katy Says:

    Clint and I were considering the log house version. LOL;)

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