...serving up your daily dish.
In addition to Crisco, there are loads of other open houses today, including one for $2,000,000 on Inwood Ave, and this stunner above (get a load of the master) at 92 Union. For the list, go to Real Estate.
May 7, 2006 in Brand New | Permalink
where's the furniture?
Posted by: pissant | May 7, 2006 3:17:26 PM
That room is bigger than my apartment.
Posted by: katie | May 7, 2006 5:23:48 PM
the floor is supposed to represent the open-ness of the montclarian mind. the imagery is one of freedom from the constraints of the coercive conservative ideology.
Posted by: Iceman | May 7, 2006 8:14:23 PM
Barista, you really shouldn't post photos like this one here. Now some developer will see it and want to 1.knock the structure down and build a McMansion, or 2. renovate it by removing all about it that is unique and charming, or 3. subdivide the space just to see how people can fit within a set number of square footage or how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.
Posted by: Miss Martta | May 7, 2006 8:18:24 PM
This room is begging to be romanced by an X-treme Razor Scooter afficionado. Or a cruise ship's share of insipid and arthritic shuffleboard enthusiasts.
Posted by: clark | May 7, 2006 10:08:01 PM
PS: Nice view.
Posted by: clark | May 7, 2006 10:08:57 PM
there is plenty of furniture, pissant. there is something to be said for open spaces...
Posted by: Left Of Center, like Suzanne Vega | May 8, 2006 9:48:17 AM
This home was once a wooded lot that I used to pass each day on my walk to the train. I was saddened to see it developed. Way too much house for the property. It's only been inhabited for about two years.
Posted by: DS | May 8, 2006 10:06:30 AM
there's an enormous amount of open space there you could put in a trampoline or a hot tub if you wanted to and still have space.
at least the floors appear to be real wood.
Posted by: Pat Gilleran | May 8, 2006 10:39:16 AM
I think they used a wide-angel lens on that shot to distort the geometry of the image & make the room seem much bigger than it is.
Posted by: crank | May 8, 2006 12:43:45 PM
I don't think the pictures are wide angle or anything like that.
The current occupants have been customers of ours. It is very open, lots of sun :)
Posted by: JT | May 8, 2006 1:01:29 PM