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Not bad for an 1890's build!

Casey Patten

Administrator
Staff member
NACBI Member
Yeah, and my balls are in her purse. :(:LOL:
Not the rumor going around...we've heard she keeps them in a jar under the stairs. :D
 

Joe Keresztury

JWK Inspections
NACBI Member
Yes as a matter of fact it was.


LOL. The clients were less and less impressed with the historical aspects of the property the longer we went.

Some guy named "Joe" signed his name and dated a wood panel in the dungeon (basement) in 1929. I told the clients that "Joe" forgot his lawn mower when he left...
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That lawn mowers mine Bill :D - Joe's Lawnmower !
 

Joe Keresztury

JWK Inspections
NACBI Member
Barry, Great Interesting Pics!
 

Chuck Forman

Community Post Master
NACBI Member
I love those old mansions. I inspect regularly. I would love to own one and be able to take the time to bring it back to original condition, of course minus the knob and tube wiring and the galvanized piping. Would most likely go to PEX for the water supplies since it is easier to get through the walls.
 
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