Unfinished project? Rebar covered with pipes to keep buyers from impaling themselves?
Entries Tagged as 'Room Addition'
April 7th, 2015 · 2 Comments
December 30th, 2014 · 1 Comment
The house addition looks just fine.
The other side looks just as good. No problems with the roof or with earth-to-wood contact. The termite inspection should go well with no concerns. Right?
The room addition at this house looks good too. Think of all that valuable extra square footage.
Added-on section to a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania home. Another winner!
December 18th, 2014 · 1 Comment
Imagine Santa Claus’ reaction when he exits the fireplace.
I hope Santa doesn’t need to use the bathroom.
Building permits for that room addition?
August 24th, 2014 · 8 Comments
Thank you, Matt, for sending us this tidy Minocqua, Wisconsin home. Pour yourself a drink and we’ll make a toast. There’s plenty of booze and glasses. The flyswatter’s a nice touch.
As we venture down this room, we see rope lights on the left and on the right.
What’s that figure in the far right (above photo)? Let’s zoom in and take a look. It’s a mannequin!
More rope lights.
Looking back the other direction, we can see the mannequin and more seating. Is that wood sculpture a dog attacking a goat?
A room addition off of the house addition. That’s Rick from Pawn Stars on TV, covering his face in embarrassment.
Is that a real dog sticking its head out the doggie door or is it a fake dog head to scare away burglars?
And more rope lights in another room.
Rope lights and more clutter in another room.
Same room, lower angle. The chairs don’t match.
The owner, standing on the right, will include the rope lights with a full price offer.
August 20th, 2014 · 1 Comment
What creatures live under there? I’ll pay you $1 to take a look.
July 24th, 2014 · 2 Comments
Short sales accounted for only 3.5% of all sold listings in the Phoenix metro area in June 2014, the lowest since June 2008. Thank goodness. They are typically neglected homes. Here’s a recent example. And this wasn’t someone who bought at the height of the market. This home was purchased for $92,000 in 2001 with no refinancing. It sold for less due to the condition.
Cracked toilet tank. How does that happen? Mildew on the shower grout.
More problems in the bathtub.
The baby sticks those yucky peas and carrots in the hole in the wall.
The carpet is shot.
There are a variety of items on display out front. The wheelbarrow distracts you from the broken window.
The previous photo was better than this one. And that’s no bull.
The swimming pool adds extra value to the property.
Can’t wait for the new owner to transform this property.
The roof on the addition is buckling.
Another broken window.
The security door is not attached.
Tags: Carpet · Roof · Curb Appeal · Bathroom · Kitchen · Pool & Spa · Bedroom · Clutter · Phoenix Homes · Dining Room · Back Yard · Fixer-Upper · Window · Drywall Damage · Room Addition · Siding · Wet Bar
April 1st, 2014 · 1 Comment
I sure hope they got a building permit for that room addition. I sure hope that door has a good seal. Looks like rainwater runs right into the house. [Cottonwood, Arizona]
March 9th, 2014 · 3 Comments
Great opportunity at this Charleston, South Carolina home.
See? The kitchen already looks better from this angle.
Stainless steel appliance included.
The seller is giving you options: Fireplace or big screen TV in the corner.
Remodeled bathroom with new sink and toilet.
Paint paralysis. Blue or tan? Tan or blue?
The brand-new front door should count for something, right?
Room addition! That’s a bonus feature! Don’t look at the roof.
March 7th, 2014 · 9 Comments
Thank you, Ben, for sending us photos of this Jerome, Arizona fixer-upper. Jerome is a small town built along a mountainside. Most of the homes are built on stilts and have great views of the valley below.
We’re taking bets to see if this home has a certificate of occupancy. It’s a fixer-upper. Check out the roof on the right side. And why is there a ladder in a horizontal position on the left side? [click to expand all photos]
Besides the rickety railing and clutter, shouldn’t the photo promote the scenic views?
They built a bench around two support posts. Granted, the posts are only 2 by 4s so the support is weak. Old washtub = cowboy bathtub?
Let’s go inside and see what features it has. Oh, it has a shelf! I dare you to pick up that jar.
The master suite features a sitting room.
The living room features a furnace. See the giant crack in the support beam?
When we pan to the right, we see clutter and unfinished walls. Is this the rustic look buyers crave?
Huntin’ and fishin’ shack.
The view from the other side of the wall. Thy (fishing) rod and thy staff (infection) comfort me.
The seller plans to install hardwood flooring some day. Notice the custom-built door with its sloping top.
They don’t take kindly to strangers. The last trespasser is taking a long nap in the freezer.
The bathroom. That is not a window; it’s a photo of a farm scene.
This house can be yours, if the price is right.
February 4th, 2014 · 4 Comments
A bull dozer. We might need to call a bulldozer for this house.
Full bath is not supposed to mean full of stuff.
Licensed contractor was used here, right?
Careful! There’s no railing!!
Lead-based paint disclosure?
That room addition was built to code, right? A building permits obtained?
It does have a wrap-around porch.
Tags: Roof · Curb Appeal · Paint · Bathroom · Living Room · Kitchen · Zoning Violation · Safety Issue · Fireplace · Patio · Phoenix Homes · Garbage and/or Junk · Fixer-Upper · Room Addition · Siding · Attic