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Thread: Describe your favorite house "style" and location

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    Super Member QuiltQtrs's Avatar
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    A small, totally aesthetic Frank Lloyd Wright "Usonian" house
    on small Virginia acreage, with outstanding views.

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    A Big Farmhouse with a wrap around covered porch.. set somewhere with a mixture of timber and acreage. And it would only be complete with two rockers on the front porch, one for me and one for my sweetie. :)

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    Any one will do that is not in the middle of reno's...

    Just a little cranky today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellieKQuilter
    A Big Farmhouse with a wrap around covered porch.. set somewhere with a mixture of timber and acreage. And it would only be complete with two rockers on the front porch, one for me and one for my sweetie. :)
    This. Except mine would also overlook water - a river, lake or beach. It would have a huge eat-in kitchen and a huge craft room :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellieKQuilter
    A Big Farmhouse with a wrap around covered porch.. set somewhere with a mixture of timber and acreage. And it would only be complete with two rockers on the front porch, one for me and one for my sweetie. :)
    my ideal, too. :D

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    A small beach house, all open and airy but not in a touristy area!!

    Love the FLW style house, too! Simple lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZTeri
    Quote Originally Posted by MellieKQuilter
    A Big Farmhouse with a wrap around covered porch.. set somewhere with a mixture of timber and acreage. And it would only be complete with two rockers on the front porch, one for me and one for my sweetie. :)
    This. Except mine would also overlook water - a river, lake or beach. It would have a huge eat-in kitchen and a huge craft room :)
    Oooo! Good additions! I want that too!

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    I live in mine - a nice ranch style home with plenty of rooms and a couple of acres - with big trees for shade and fruit...

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    I'll keep mine, I just love it, we have a nice yard, covered patio, 4 bedrooms and a lovely beauty shop turned in to a quilt studio, with a LA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellieKQuilter
    A Big Farmhouse with a wrap around covered porch.. set somewhere with a mixture of timber and acreage. And it would only be complete with two rockers on the front porch, one for me and one for my sweetie. :)
    I agree - 100%

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