Video: Home by Gerry Jones - Carefree, AZ

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DavidC
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Video: Home by Gerry Jones - Carefree, AZ

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toddlevin
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Gee.... only 479 days on the market thus far. With no price cut. Good luck with that...

SDR
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Re: Video: Home by Gerry Jones - Carefree, AZ

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Mr Jones has an unusual take on what constitutes a convincing, contextual palette of textures and colors ? On the other hand, his roof forms are handsome . . .

Perhaps, if he wishes to sell his prize creation, he could allow other hands to paint and stage his interiors. Maybe the result isn't as forbidding as it appears in the video ? A bit more attention to the landscaping---at least in the patio area---wouldn't be amiss . . .

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Roderick Grant
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Re: Video: Home by Gerry Jones - Carefree, AZ

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Jones' choice of color seems to blend in almost as camouflage with the surrounding nature. But that is not by any means a positive attribute. Gray is a hard color to deal with, but as FLW proved at the Harold Price, Sr. House, it can be done very effectively. Jones' ... not so much.

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