Building is a 27 x 66 Corinthian manufactured home on its second owner, and has mostly been used as a primary residence. This Cedar finished cottage has concrete foundation, new roof, new deck and very private back yard.
Note: I originally wrote about our house’s transformation from a 1980′s ranch to a “what-year-was-this-built?
” cottagey-farmhouse in a multi-part remodeling series during the first year of AOC.
3 bedroom 2 bath 1993 mobile home with 1427 sq feet, attached breezeway and 1089 sq ft 3-car garage built by Bill Schramm. This property is also the next on the list at the conservation office to have the cedar trees cut, as per seller.
Price: $259,000 Get Directions: View Map Agent: Lisa Blaalid Schedule a Showing: (605) 661-0054 or [email protected] N.
From the impeccable Tigerwood decking, the radiant heated floors to the granite counter tops, no expenses were spared. Price: $495,000 Get Directions: View Map Agent: Lisa Blaalid Schedule a Showing: (605) 661-0054 or [email protected] Gavins Point Road, Yankton, SD | Inside View | Don't miss the boat on this one-of-a-kind retreat with an amazing up close view of Lewis & Clark Lake!
Spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with nice hardwood floors, 3 fireplaces, huge eat-in kitchen with large breakfast bar and entertaining room, formal dining with built-in buffet.
Before you buy a home, one of the things you should do is to have the home checked out by a professional home inspector.
Buying a home is expensive enough as it is - why would you choose to fork over another 0 if you're not required to?
I am updating these posts We bought our home when there weren’t a lot of choices in the area we wanted to live, so we knew we’d probably need to do some remodeling to any house we found that fit our criteria – which was mainly what we could afford.
The ranch house we ended up buying was 16oo square feet – not terribly small for a family of four – there were three bedrooms and two baths, after all.
You actually entered our house from this area though, taking a narrow walkway to the left in front of the living room window to get to the front door (see the whole house before here – we couldn’t even the front door when we first drove up! The after photo shows how we replaced the garage doors with a double French door and a set of windows that we moved from the side of the garage so that they would match the other windows on the front of the house.