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    Is that where The Iceman Cometh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post



    No female farting allowed in that first class scratcher I am sure
    Surely the odd queef here and there is permissible.

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    I pinched the idea of a floating bed from a Teak Door thread. Couldn't find one to buy so had this one made to order in South AustraliaSouth Australian New House Build-guest-en-suite-jpg

    en suite for this guest bedroom

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    South Australian New House Build-master-bedroom-en-suite-2-jpg

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    Master bedroom en suite

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    Dressing room en suite

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    Balcony

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    View from Balcony



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    Wifey wanted something Thai, so she was allowed to use the lounger covers from Thailand Her own little veggie patch is there also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strigils View Post
    Open places are great and the living room outdoors but breezes are the killer, just transport dust everywhere. In Thailand it seems to get everywhere.
    The alfresco area has electric blinds that close and seal the area, you can see through them as clear as day but they are opaque to anyone looking in.

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    Do people live in the houses along the river? (it looks like a dead city...)

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    At least some of these pics are 'artist's impressions', right?

    Not actual photos?

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    Wine room is temperature controlled at a constant 15C

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    For those interested in Solar, I had a 26kw system installed with batteries. This has resulted in no power bills and a rebate of just under $2k for electricity I have supplied back to the grid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    At least some of these pics are 'artist's impressions', right?

    Not actual photos?
    No "artist impressions" all are actual pics. I found an Indian guy who offered to take the pics - only charged me A$240.00 which I thought was cheap.

    I left him on his own to do it and he missed out many features I would have included. E,g the lazy fucker missed two bedrooms and elevator etc etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Do people live in the houses along the river? (it looks like a dead city...)
    The area is quiet but I can assure you it's fully occupied. The lake you can see on both sides is private lakefront therefore only owners can access.

    No power boats or jet skis are allowed only canoes, rowing boats etc.

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    Your neighbours house unsightly Ice. It clashes with your modernist deco. Maybe buy it, and have the pile demolished? Make for one fine swimming pool area, and gazebo.

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    Nice pad bruh.

    You seem to have the same taste in shoes as Mendip

    I keep thinking of GTA when I look at those pics.

    You got a games room in there?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123 View Post
    No "artist impressions" all are actual pics.
    Righto.

    Looks amazing - congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Your neighbours house unsightly Ice. It clashes with your modernist deco. Maybe buy it, and have the pile demolished? Make for one fine swimming pool area, and gazebo.
    Many early 80"s houses on the lake being held onto by oldies that bought 40 years ago. As each one is sold it is flattened and two are built side by side. Eg look at other side of lake in my pics and you will see what I mean.

    I demolished the house I bought on this site but only put one on it as I wanted a bigger house. This house is number 18 my original house is number 12 which I still own and rent out. Number 12 has been renovated by me extensively but owning 2 in the street is enough for me.

    Coming from Scotland swimming was never my thing, never wanted a swimming pool - too much hassle for the limited use I would give it. Plus.... I have a very large swimming pool of sea water on my doorstep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steady View Post
    Nice pad bruh.

    You seem to have the same taste in shoes as Mendip

    I keep thinking of GTA when I look at those pics.

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    Got to confess I have no idea what "GTA" is and I am not a shoe freak, I have no idea about Mendip's shoes but can only presume from your post that he has exquisite taste. However to satisfy your foot fetish I will name them left to right: Vans, Asic, New balance, Loakes, Loakes, Loakes, Steve Madden. Bottom row Colorado, New Balance, New balance, RM Williams, RM Williams, RM Williams, RM Williams.

    Now get your camera out and let's see what I should be wearing

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    Top stuff mate, looks great.

    Marks off only for the criminal underuse of the garage—I’d have that stacked with cars and shit already

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Marks off only for the criminal underuse of the garage—I’d have that stacked with cars and shit already
    I de-cluttered myself when I moved into the new house, left all my old shit for my tenant at the old house. Wifey has ordered a Volvo XC60 coming 1st July and next car I buy will be an electric jobby therefore garage will be full.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123 View Post

    Now get your camera out and let's see what I should be wearing
    Never been a trainer or sandal type of guy, I do have one pair of trainers that get worn when I go to the gym. Normal casual footwear for me are Timberland boat shoes, which I buy every 5 years or so. The ones on the right are about 11 years old, centre about 6, and the left ones arrived this week courtesy of Amazon in the US.



    For dress shoes, I go for Bruno Magli.



    For serious walking, it's back to Timberlands again.


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    ^
    Like the BM monk strap style - great for formal or more casual wear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steady View Post
    You seem to have the same taste in shoes as Mendip
    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123 View Post
    Now get your camera out and let's see what I should be wearing
    Here's a peek at Dillinger's footwear from previous threads.

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    2019: Mulberry and Lillyliver, Knightsbridge:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steady View Post

    2021: Crocs 'N Socks, Merry Hill:

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    Have not worn shoes for a year due to the covid outbreak.

    Thongs at best.

    Anyway lubly house Iceman!

    I hope you enjoy it and what you deserve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123 View Post
    fucker missed two bedrooms and elevator
    No wonder you need an elevator with that fully stocked walk-in climate controlled wine cellar

    A stannah stair-lift would not have been in keeping with the general opulent ambience

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