A First For Everything

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with L. J. Good Real Estate

There is a first for everything, i.e., the first breath we take... the last breath we take... our first kiss... our last kiss.... even the last is a first.  As I ramp up for a good season of listing and selling real estate in my new location... I thought, "why not try listing on Active Rain."  I mean, what could happen?  hey, maybe this social networking is really where we are going and a means to move my clients property.  So, here it is.

2008 Custom Timber Framed Home w/mortise & tenon joints on 3/4 Acre. Spectacular home sits atop best view site available on Conconully Lake. Two Master Suits w/walk in closets. 1,857 Sq Ft w/ additional 1,500 Sq Ft of covered tiled porch. Solid Oak Floors in Living Room. Cherry Wood kitchen cabinets. Granite Counters througout. Marvin Windows w/ Wood Blinds. A/C, forced air furnace w/Heat Pump. All Stainless Steel Appliances. Heated 24x40 Shop. 2 Full RV Hookups. Irrigation. All new utilities.

Kitchen in a Timber Frame Home

 

 

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Nicholas Goraczkowski
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Wow. what a home. You can't ask for a better view than that from your front porch.

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Andrew J. Lenza
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Nice blog, Lonnie, with a very inviting presentation.  We have a few Timber peg homes here and they're quite unique. Is that deer a neighbor? He's got shifty eyes. 

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The deer are all locals... if you don't want them in your yard you have to fence 'em out. The ones with shifty eyes are in it for the grass!!!!
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