Dec 30th 2010 11:27PM Well, the bones for a very nice home are there if somebody has the bucks, but right now, not the kind of place I would live in. That kitchen is really dated.
Dec 21st 2010 6:48PM You are right about the economy here JLS. It sure isn't conducive to buying a beautiful home like this. This home has so many pluses to it; location and access to shopping, theater, sports, dining, etc. Not to mention the view is fabulous.
Too bad this place will lanquish for a while.
Dec 17th 2010 7:54PM Awesome property today. As a height challenged person at 5ft 3in, how does one reach the cookbook shelves without being a trapeze act or something? Love the kitchen otherwise.
Dec 6th 2010 8:52PM Nice find Deidre. Nicest kitchen I have seen on EOTD recently. Most of the time they just don't look usable to me. And I want to second it that you are doing great work here, and I really enjoy EOTD, every day. Kudos to you!
Rex, being a high maintenance complainer is no way to influence anyone. Your facts may be as you say, accurate, but again, who cares? Politely pointing out and responding to someone's facts is not whining. And if anyone here is whining it is definitely you!
Dec 4th 2010 4:12PM Most of the furniture looked like it escaped from the schools I attended when I was young. Sparse shouldn't mean cheap and antiseptic looking. Nice views are probably why it costs so much.
Nov 29th 2010 8:42PM I highly recommend the purse hanger as a gift for the lady in anyone's life. I know 2 ladies that each have one and they swear by them. Nice to not have to put your purse on the floor, or not hang it on the back of your chair where it can get stolen.
Very useful item for a tiny price.
Nov 22nd 2010 3:30PM I would have to agree with BW. The interior of this house would make me want to run away too. Only thing I can think of is maybe the lady of the house loves flowers but has allergies. This may be the only way she can have them. But boy, that interior decorator should be flogged with a sample book for this one!