Answered 20 months ago
Situated on just over an acre of land (swampy and snake-filled) that was surrounded by barbwire fence sat (and sits) a trailer. The brown and lighter brown (originally white) trailer is intact, but it is noticeably old and is barely held together by staples, glue, and burglar bars. The inside feels claustrophobic, but homey nonetheless. There is a quaint sort of rustic charm, like it was built by and for gnomes. The furnishings are old, tattered, and cluttering, but they work. Permeating the entire house is the smell of cigarettes, old people flesh, and pine sol. It may not sound like it, but it really feels like home.
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4 days ago
Natural. We had a wood stove which was great in winter and a windmill out the back. A sandpit under the water tank which was on wooden stands. Michael had planted sunflowers and a lemon tree and there was a tree out the back that we always used to climb - until one day i found a camouflaged spider on it and never climbed it again. There were palm trees out the front which we used to eat fruit from - which was sour - and out the back near the stone barbeque. The land in its entirety was approximately one acre - mostly with green grass throughout the year.
4 days ago
Albany, NY 12209, USA It was set back in a bit. It was big and had green Stucco. 2 big backyards. A turntable driveway. It isn't there anymore.
5 days ago
My childhood home was what we called a, "BC Box". These houses got real popular in the 70's in British Columbia. They were two story homes with the same basic layout every time and they were shaped very box like!
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