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    Well ..... those pictures from Loy Toy certainly got a reaction .

    You do realise it's 4 different homes - don't you ?

    But I think this is the one that has made you say ' Wow ' .







    Loy Toy said about this ........ " This is the first house that I built and still is our favourite.
    Bought the ground floor as a shell construction and finished it off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wasp
    Well ..... those pictures from Loy Toy certainly got a reaction .
    You do realise it's 4 different homes - don't you ?
    But I think this is the one that has made you say ' Wow ' .
    Yeah, I did locate his reference to them later - but there is no building thread. LT and his wife are apparently quite accomplished builders. So this was not their house[s]. Still "Wow!"

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    The house above I purchased as a ground floor shell and added the upstairs floor.

    In fact I have modified the floor plan adding another 100 square metres downstairs, building a new kitchen and gymnasium. Working on the garage area today and then on to the garden bungalow that members here who have used it call the Love Shack.

    The others I built from scratch.

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    Wow ! you have built some beauties LT ! sorry no green awailable

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    Hi Waspy,

    Just keep adding my friend, and they will come!

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    Here's a house that deserves another look ..........

    Imagine you're wet , cold , hungry - and you turn into the drive to see this lovely place .








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    Quote Originally Posted by Wasp
    Imagine you're wet , cold , hungry - and you turn into the drive to see this lovely place .
    Does look a wee bit like a McDonalds drive thru

    Go on photoshop it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Wasp
    Imagine you're wet , cold , hungry - and you turn into the drive to see this lovely place .
    Does look a wee bit like a McDonalds drive thru

    Go on photoshop it
    Oh! Oh!

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    Actually Dillinger ................ Hmmmmmm ................... I do see what you mean.

    And it's so unlike you to mock someone's travails .

    It would be easy to Photoshop this but this is a kind , gentle Thread and I do like koman .




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    Then again I've always liked Dillinger's more acid angles on the World .

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    Never seen this thread before.

    Just incredibly impressive to view all the houses, my favorites being the Thai style wooden ones.

    But the fruitiest one must be L/T's EH.

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    terry57

    Never seen this thread before.

    Just incredibly impressive to view all the houses, my favorites being the Thai style wooden ones.

    But the fruitiest one must be L/T's EH.




    Kind words t57 .

    Thank you very much .

    I have several favourites amongst them which I'll show here .

    And thank you again .


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    Quote Originally Posted by FatOne View Post
    Hi Waspy,

    Just keep adding my friend, and they will come!

    Well you're right sweet chubbs .

    I only posted a night-time of koman and then some favourites and they did come and view !!!

    So you're quite right .

    I just wish someone would finish a damn house so we can add a new one .




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    Quote Originally Posted by Wasp
    I just wish someone would finish a damn house so we can add a new one .
    And WE are waiting for you to start building something - anything - so you can do another building thread. Or maybe you can just walk around and find some neighbor's build and do a thread on that like I saw someone else do a while back.

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    ^^^

    What about that monster in the middle at the bottom.

    Is that really a farang house ?

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    Sigh.....wasp doesn't like my house. It must be the carriage...



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    Yes Steve . The carriage definitely brings down the tone of Wayne Rooney's house .

    Terry57 ........... That monstrous house is just there to see if anyone is really looking .

    Remember that Ukrainian leader who fled to Russia ?
    Well this is the secret little dacha he built for himself out in the countryside .
    Cute little place don't you think ?




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    It's probably full of tacky gold thrones and chandaliers.

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    patsycat : It's probably full of tacky gold thrones and chandaliers.



    Well patsycat ................. you are absolutely right ............
















    .... and it made him SO happy !!!!!!







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    Gosh, I should check in more often. Just seen that I got centre position...

    I'm honoured (and it reminds me that I really should do an update to my thread)

    Cheers Wasp!

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    It's my favourite Roobs .

    Always has been .

    It combines the clean modernity of say ootai or koman with a good bit of rustic like Smithson .

    I never did like Old Monkey's . It's a fantastic build but it looks like an Enterprise Zone construction for a couple of IT businesses .

    Or a Group Surgery for 3 Doctors , a dentist and a Vet .

    No . My personal Gold Medal goes to yours .



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    Wasp, I tried to send a personal message but I don't have enough posts yet.
    I was just asking ... your personal choices are interesting to see but can you show them a bit bigger please?

    And you say that old monkey is not a favourite but it,s right there ?

    BW.

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    Old Monkey has 130 000 reads . I have to recognise that it's a technically fabulous build and it's a wonderful Thread . But I wouldn't want to live there .
    It would be a good house for a James Bond villain .
    The swimming pool looks like Walsall Town Council had some funds left over so they built a pool . It's way way too big . It's not comfy .
    That other expanse of filter beds is ugly and someone had too much free time messing around like that .
    It's something that's a theory ..... but in the creation it's unattractive and totally unnecessary .
    Somebody there needs a ' chillout ' tablet .

    Here are your piccies .
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    and okay okay ...........







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    but this is my favourite really .






    .... ahhhh Valentina !!!!! Wasp
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    LOL...cool !!! We've been upgraded to a helicopter too !!! Awesome ! LOL



    Thanks Wasp !


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    And your carriage has grown to fit in the baby seat!!

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