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    It's not a horse barn but...

    it will have to do...

    (no...boat and other stuff is not included...at least at the price we are paying)

    and my wife got her's too...


    Signed the contracts today, inspections Monday (didn't really see any problems myself, but good to have a second opinion).
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    Darren

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    looks pretty darn nice from where Im sitting.

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    unless thats your house in the back ground yur neighbors are to close other than that you both seem to have what yu were after darren
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    duuuude! Sweet shop you got there!
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    Kwell....
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    Acreage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DeLaney View Post
    Acreage?
    Only 2.5, but that's as much as I'd want to mow anyway.

    The shop is 32' X 60' with about 2/3rds of it with concrete, the rest is gravel. Has a 100 amp panel, which should work just fine for now.
    Darren

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    Looks awesome Darren!
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    SWEEEEET way to go Darren. What a nice size shop and building. Looks pretty new and the pool wow what a difference to the green one you showed us.

    Holding out paid off and 2.5 acres well you wont have any NN issues with that.

    Man you must be excited with that purchase. Make sure there is no stone unturned in the inspection.

    This has that too good to be true feel to it, i would check into why the owner is getting out.

    You dont want to end up all excited move in and find a highway is coming through in the next field.

    Or like a place i was looking at a while back, until i looked on satelite i did not realize why the owner was selling. In this case there was a sand road adjacent to the property and a huge processing plant for cement type dust just up the road. You could see all the things they had done to try and create a barrier to shield the dust and dirt and noise from the constant stream of trucks.

    Thorough due diligence should take care of that kind of issue.

    Does it have well water of its own?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    Only 2.5, but that's as much as I'd want to mow anyway.

    The shop is 32' X 60' with about 2/3rds of it with concrete, the rest is gravel. Has a 100 amp panel, which should work just fine for now.
    Time to get some goats or sheep...

    Shop looks great, and 100amps is lots.
    Is it uninsulated? Looks like bare metal in that interior shot.
    I'd say you've got some work ahead of you. On the plus side, it's a nice looking pool to cool off in after work.

    looks good.

    Hey, wait a sec... no pictures of the house!
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