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Old 02-12-2011, 11:35 PM
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Recently took a look and I think the house is going to look great! Yes, it is larger than the small single-wides on either side, but I'm betting this is what will happen to a number of the oldest, original homes. The oldest will be razed and be replaced either by larger prefabricated homes, or by stick-built homes.
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looks like a bank night deposit! Hmmm!




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Recently took a look and I think the house is going to look great! Yes, it is larger than the small single-wides on either side, but I'm betting this is what will happen to a number of the oldest, original homes. The oldest will be razed and be replaced either by larger prefabricated homes, or by stick-built homes.
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looks like a bank night deposit! Hmmm!
That is exactly what i think everytime I go buy there. I'm just going to have to stop the cart, get out and investigate closer.
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Are you saying that a person could buy a manufactured home and tear it out and replace it with a site built home? I am surprised....I would think that there would be a restriction replacing an older manufactured home with a new manufactured home, but not with a site built home. hmmmmm
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Are you saying that a person could buy a manufactured home and tear it out and replace it with a site built home? I am surprised....I would think that there would be a restriction replacing an older manufactured home with a new manufactured home, but not with a site built home. hmmmmm
Yep - that can....and has....been done in the Historic area - with appropriate approvals, etc., I'm sure.

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Can't wait to find out what the "box on the right of the home" that looks like a bank deposit box is.
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Can't wait to find out what the "box on the right of the home" that looks like a bank deposit box is.
I agree, every time I pass that house I think it has a night deposit vault.
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I think it is a fireplace built into the wall.
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Are you saying that a person could buy a manufactured home and tear it out and replace it with a site built home? I am surprised....I would think that there would be a restriction replacing an older manufactured home with a new manufactured home, but not with a site built home. hmmmmm
It is being done all over the historic side. There are some really beautiful homes being built and some really nice modular homes replacing the older manufacturered homes.
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I think it is a fireplace built into the wall.
That gets my vote as well. Sandy and I checked the place out when we were last there in June. Looks about like the only thing it could be to me. But what do I know???

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