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In the houses you have lived in, what were the best and worst features?


If you were designing an ideal house plan, what features would you want, and which would you avoid?

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H C Palting (Express10) says

23 months ago
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Silva Hayes says

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    Rochelle Frank 23 months ago

    The kitchen should not be a thruway, I agree.

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Melody Lassalle (MelRootsNWrites) says

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    Rochelle Frank 23 months ago

    When we built out new house, we had ten double socket plugs put in the kitchen. The builder probably thought we were a little whacky, but it is very convenient. Older houses were built at a time when we had far fewer electric or electronic devices.

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Andrew Spacey (chef-de-jour) says

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Mary Norton (aesta1) says

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    Rochelle Frank 23 months ago

    Location can be very important. Climate, another.

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Marian Cates (Marian Designs) says

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peachy (peachpurple) says

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    Rochelle Frank 23 months ago

    A good roof is so important, I think we almost forget about it until there's a problem.

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Debra Allen (Lady Guinevere) says

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    Rochelle Frank 23 months ago

    We lived in a similarly planned house when our kids were growing up. I liked having the master suite away from the other bedrooms, too.

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Qmarpat says

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