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Terence Conran’s New House Book, 1985
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Paradise in Iceland 💙
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My family, including my ex husband, were all house hunting together. We found a really cool home that had a holodeck, a pizza restaurant and was haunted. It was super expensive but the ghosts caused a lot of drama so the seller dropped the price so we bought it.
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Artık yolumuz yol değil herkes umuduna baksın. varsa yaşama hevesi neşesi olan bırakın düşler ona kalsın..
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The Los Angeles House, 1995
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We bought a hobbit hole last year and I love it very much.
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Patios require patience: establishing even faster-growing plants, such as rambler roses, take time. In this beautiful patio corner, a flower-covered rambling rose complements its less vigorous but more colourful neighbor - a climbing rose.
Terence Conran’s New House Book, 1985
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"War boom in a New England industrial town. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bryant in their trailer about two miles out of Bath, Maine. Mr. Bryant works in the shipyard. They have been living in the trailer for two months. They could not rent in Bath and although a trailer cost them almost as much as a house, Mr. Bryant feels that it is a better investment because they do not know where they will go next in search of work when this 'boom' is over."  Caption and photograph December 1940 by Jack Delano for the Farm Security Administration.
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