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Thread: 1.3 Million $$ Property in Iowa

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    Super Member MommaDorian's Avatar
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    I'm sharing this because of one particular picture. Can you find it? lol This place is fantastic!!

    http://www.kcci.com/slideshow/mansio...39/detail.html

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    The big empty room????????? hee hee

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    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    The big empty room????????? hee hee
    That too. lol Keep looking!!

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    If I could afford that, I'd be able to build a sewing studio on the home we own now! But it's a gorgeous home and I love the arieal view.

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    the star quilt on the bed It is pretty.

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    I know,I know!! The kitchen!! no, no,....the laundry room!! Actually, a house that size should have more than 1 quilt!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by damaquilts
    the star quilt on the bed It is pretty.
    Ding, ding!!! Isn't it pretty?

    Quote Originally Posted by Claddaughquilting
    I know,I know!! The kitchen!! no, no,....the laundry room!! Actually, a house that size should have more than 1 quilt!!
    I totally agree!

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    That is a beautiful home and I know right where it is! Never had seen the inside of it though.
    The quilt is pretty, however I saw several other places that could use a quilt too.

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    yes, the other bedspreads are BORING...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisainmo
    That is a beautiful home and I know right where it is! Never had seen the inside of it though.
    The quilt is pretty, however I saw several other places that could use a quilt too.
    Me too, I saw lots of walls that could use some wall hangings. :D

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    The quilt was one of the nicest things about the house. I honestly didn't like the house - too "new construction" for me. For that much money, I'd want architectural details. This all just looked pre-fab. Give me a small, quaint cottage over that pile any day!

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    I liked what appeared to be the master bath, but some rooms were not to my taste. The quilt was very pretty it really gave the room character.

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    I like the house, loved the quilt.
    Would hate to have to clean it!

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    Another great place for a retreat!!!!

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    I spied the quilt!

    The photos made the rooms appear rather short. A low ceiling height is more accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MommaDorian
    I'm sharing this because of one particular picture. Can you find it? lol This place is fantastic!!

    http://www.kcci.com/slideshow/mansio...39/detail.html
    I think you are thinking of that 30' x 40' Morton Building that would be perfect for a sewing studio. Am I right?

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    Noticed the quilt too but my question is WHY is there a sofa in the laundry room...do they sit and watch the laundry. Nice house but lots of updating needed, lighting fixtures and room colors. Kitchen is a great size but like alot of the rest of the house too dark !!

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    I can't find it!!

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    What was with the chair in the laundry room? To sit and watch the load spin? Ha Ha! It was nice and big though. I would have shelving and a mudroom set up for cleaning really dirty stuff.

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    I saw (2) bedrooms with quilts.

    The Scrappy Stars and the Pinks///Whites Chinese coin quilt.

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    Can't believe those mirrors in the bathrooms, I had those in my baths and my home was built in '67. What were they thinking. Mine have been updated for quite a while..

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    For that money, it better be near Fons and Porter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sak658
    Can't believe those mirrors in the bathrooms, I had those in my baths and my home was built in '67. What were they thinking. Mine have been updated for quite a while..
    It's actually pretty old. It was built in 1994. Looks like it hasn't been updated since then.

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    There are a couple of those rooms I could change into a wonderful quilt studio.

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    There was a time when I would have loved that kitchen. Now I like the frame #24. Big open space for all my quilt stuff. Then again, the closet space in the attic was nice too. So that's how the other half lives, huh? BTW, nice quilt on the bed. LOL

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