1997 Life Dream house

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tgenean
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Post by tgenean »

I'm not sure how similar our plans are but if you can use roofscope with our address of 155 Shamrock dr flora, I'll 62839 maybe we can help? We have rubberized roofing on some of the low grades on the roof which isn't hardly noticeable and we haven't had any issue.

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Post by tgenean »

I'm not sure how similar our plans are but if you can use roofscope with our address of 155 Shamrock dr flora, I'll 62839 maybe we can help? We have rubberized roofing on some of the low grades on the roof which isn't hardly noticeable and we haven't had any issue.

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'97 LIFE Dream House

Post by AggieBlue »

I currently own 2 sets of plans for the '97 LIFE Dream House. Both the 1 Story 3/3 and the 2 Story 3/3.

I'm in the begaining stages of building this home. For years I always said I'd build the 2 story but as of recent have decided to build the 1 story. I have been on job sites of both that were built in the Pickwick Lake area of Tennessee.

WHO here has built the home or has ideas about the home? I just love the way the house flows.

Thanks,

Blue

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Post by SDR »

An excellent question, Blue. Welcome, and I hope one or more responses to your post will be forthcoming . . .

SDR

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1997 Life Dream House

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I'm still having trouble getting private email messages here on the site to work properly. Member "dance dark" sent me private email here on the site that I can read but when I write an email back to the sender and send, nothing happens, so I am unsure anyone is getting my replies about the Wright Dream House. Some people have specific issues in regards to the Rattenbury design and want private replies.

Any questions or replies to me should be sent to:

Mikeshuck2001 a t yahoo dot com (Pretty incredible crypto, huh?) ok, you figure out how to reconstruct this so the bots don't notice it). Send your private concerns to me at this email address.

Thanks, folks!

Mike

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Post by SDR »

Hi, Mike -- sorry to hear of the trouble. Same thing happened to someone else recently, I think.

I recall that, early on, I wasn't getting replies to PMs here. It turned out that my messages were still in my Outbox, rather than in the Sentbox, where they
would be if they had been read by the recipient. Don't know if that's worth anything.

Meanwhile, it's good to hear from you ! All's well, I hope . . .

SDR

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Post by Roderick Grant »

The "You Have A New Message" notice is so easy to overlook, that I often don't realize someone has sent me a message until days or weeks or months later. Where is Meg Ryan when you need her?

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Yes; I don't even recall where that notice is posted . . .

?

SDR

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Post by dancedark »

FYI I did get the PM from Michael Shuck and responded by regular e-mail.


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Post by Roderick Grant »

Upstate NY has some very handsome stone. The Reisley House is a good instance of fine stonework in the area (toward the southern end). This example is greatly enhanced by the stone, but the WHITE interior, which cannot have been TAA's choice, does it no favor.

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Post by Roderick Grant »

That is certainly superior to the typical McMansion, but on its own merits, it is a heavy house.

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Post by Roderick Grant »

SDR, I imagine your point is that the chapel is not unlike the dream house?
I would disagree on that point.

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