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Old 12-15-2013, 07:53 AM  
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I would consider re-claiming the space taken for the goofey roof line it the back and you will have to look at the chimneys too.
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I would consider re-claiming the space taken for the goofey roof line it the back and you will have to look at the chimneys too.
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Hahaha , for what its worth , that's a work shop attached to the garage. Used to have a funky old coal burner boiler , auger and all. I'd like to put a flat roof over it and have a nice balconony some day , but that's my last stop.
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In the photo from the back you can see where they put a fake gable end on the side of the house. That little trick usually eats up 16 to 20 inches off the side of the room to no advantage.
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Ok , I see . Yea its my sons closet....which dosent fit much.
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Sorry, I should have explained that better in the first place.


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