Saturday, April 30, 2011

Altadena Get Away






Country retreat in pastoral setting. Mountain view; landscaped in California natives and old growth fruit trees. Airy, with open floor plan, fenced yard, and full length basement. Needs paint.

33 comments:

  1. Tiny/wee houses are ALL the rage these days.


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  2. I'm thinking the house itself is in my price range...good that it could be put on wheels to find a more affordable plot of land! ;-)

    wait, what Banjo said...is there air? if not, nevermind...the only land I can afford is out past Palmdale...

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  3. Picky, picky, picky. It has solar heating and a moon roof.

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  4. It looks better then the motel I'm staying at. Greetings from Flagstaff

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  5. But is it available for late booking? I hate having to plan ahead.
    VW: pirper to enjoy

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  6. Get it while it's hot, Tash. So that would be prior to sundown.

    Did I mention skylights? Eat your heart out, Flagstaff.

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  7. Adorable! Looks just big enough for a cot inside and a deck chair outside. Lovely setting too. I'll pack a few books and be right down!

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  8. Are you becoming a real estate agent, KB?

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  9. I'll do a shrimp boil and we can put our boots on the rail and knock back some cold ones.

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  10. Mid-century shabby chic located in Altadena-Adjacent.

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  11. I'm thinkin' Hiker could make oodles of money up here doing real estate ads!!!

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  12. Lady, don't forget the car!

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  13. AWESOME!

    I'd stay there a couple nights. Starry nights and solitude.

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  14. Time to dig out my sleeping bag.

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  15. Who needs a floor when you've got charm?

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  16. I love Altadena. I hope it never changes.

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  17. So glad to see California isn't much different than Arkansas :)

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  18. All it needs is wheels and a hitch.....instant RV and you could be home on the road.

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  19. No wonder you liked my old farmhouse...but while it might be roomier, mine does not have a moon roof.

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  20. Lovely cabin with green grove in the background.

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  21. I think the Unabomber lived there once.

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  22. lol

    been a tough day for me...thanks for the giggles.

    wait, moonroof---Hiker---does this mean that all the insurance company will pay for is to let you slap some wheels on this boogie and drive it away?

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  23. Hiker, who told you to sell my house?

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  24. Finally. My american villa.

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  25. I do like the darling white picket fence. It's perfect for those of us looking to downsize.

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  26. Carolynn...downsize my a$$...for some of us (Italo and I, perhaps) this is upsizing!

    and I so LOVE spellcheck/smartcheck...in my last comment I did not, in fact say "boogie", I typed "garden"...which apparently, lost in translation from North to South, means "boogie". wth?

    wv: immen...small house, small garden, must mean a small version of "eminent domain"...the *other* E.D.!?

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  27. Rustic and charming, and no room for children! When can I move in.

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  28. It's tempting, I'm teetering. Tell me about the cabinetry.

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  29. And the asking price? May be in my price range, too!

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