So I finally decided to move out of my parents place at the ripe old age of 27. I once swore to myself that I would never pay someone else's mortgage (besides helping my parents out) so I've waited until I could afford to buy.
I've been looking for a while, and really wanted something with a 2 or 3 car garage, but threw that all to the wind when I saw this condo. It's about 4,000 square feet in a granite building that used to be a courthouse.
Anyway, on to the photos:
A picture of the building
Don't mind the clutter, we're still unpacking
What will be the game room
Entryway to the bedroom
And the best part...behind this door...
Is another room...
with this odd ladder....
That goes to another room...
With another ladder...
That goes to........my own private tower outdoor space!!!!!!
And a picture of the building in the 50's
The foyer to the building
All in all I'm quite happy with my purchase.
Last edited by audi80Quattro; 12-16-2012 at 08:37 PM.
You might even be safe from zombies up there. Especially if you had a few rifles, a couple of shotguns and lots of ammo!
That's incredibly cool. From one new homeowner to another, congrats
I badly wanted a 2-car garage as well, but 'settled' for a one car when we found an awesome house we couldn't pass up.
So you bought the whole building? I know nothing about RI pricing, but it seems like something like that would be CRAZY expensive.
**EDIT** So after some creepy Googling, looks like you bought a unit within the building?
Last edited by Minker17; 04-18-2012 at 09:50 AM.
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Holy ****! That place is awesome! Next time I drive to visit my sister in Nantucket I'm stopping by to see it in person. Can I bring a laser pointer up to the tower to freak out people on the ground?
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Originally Posted by .skully.
That is too cool. Congrats.
Stairs to my door:
Some MCM goodies.
Last edited by audi80Quattro; 04-21-2012 at 12:50 AM.
that is the coolest place I have seen in a long time.
A friend of mine was renting an apartment in Indianapolis in an old department store. The lobby of the building was like 8 stories tall and had an escalator (not running) that went up to the sixth floor. It was like an Embassey Suites hotel. Bada$$ place to live