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Anyone want to buy a house?


So Jess and I have found our dream house… the only catch is we have to sell ours first.  It is in Cottage Grove.  A 3 bedroom, 2 bath beautiful house with 1700+ square feet.  Vaulted ceilings, huge kitchen, massive living room, energy efficient and a nature reserve right behind us.  Please, feel free to pass it along, I would make it well worth your while:

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Easy to maintain Yard

Huge Living Room

Lots of Countertop Space

Vaulted Ceilings, Open Floor Plan

Nature Reserve
Description
Built in 2004, this beautiful house and is a spacious 1,704 sq. ft. single floor home with three bedrooms and two full baths. The master bedroom has its own bathroom as well as a walk-in closet.

The kitchen is spacious with tons of counter space with a breakfast nook, breakfast bar, dishwasher and fridge. The dining room is large enough for huge dining room table that could easily seat 8+ plus a china hutch. The living room is enormous with vaulted ceilings, great for hosting.

This house is situated right in front of a nature reserve, which means that no one will ever be behind you. Deer, turkeys, turtles and frogs are frequent visitors to the nature reserve.

This house also has a 2-car garage with a built-in shop work bench, as well as RV-parking with hook-ups along side the house and plenty of parking on the paved driveway.

Features
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Year Built: 2004
Lot Size: .15 acres
Garage Size: 2 Car
School District: South Lane
Square Footage: 1704
Agent Name: Sherry Duerst-Higgins
Broker: Remax Advantage Plus
MLS #: 10033384
Location
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Nowhere near godliness

As Jessica and my mom routinely discuss, I am not the cleanest of individuals. I shower everday (for the most part), I change my clothes at least once a day and I’ve even been known clean up after myself. My current cleaning battle has to do with the reusable tupperware-ish containers with which I bring my lunch to school. Every day, I have my lunch in the teacher’s lounge, close up my container once I’m done and bring it and my fork back to my classroom. The problem lies in my ability to take the empty container from my desk to back home. Right now, I only have a couple of containers sitting next to my computer, but there have been times when I’ve had to use a small garbage bag to bring home all of my containers.

The sheer number of containers is only the smallest problem, the real crux is the length of time that they sit on my desk turning into little bio-dome’s (not the Pauly Shore movie) and sweat until I finally become grossed out enough to take them home. After that, when I open them up to wash them (because Jess refuses to touch them) the pungent odor gives me a bad case of whip-lash. You would think I would not inhale through my nose but it is one of those situations where you just got to know what it smells like. Just like having someone punch you in the arm as hard as they can, except, these are to the inside of my nose.

At least I pick up my socks at home, I have made progress.