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Carlos Alejandro Ciravegna - Five houses suspended over a rocky hill

Today we have 5 houses designed by Carlos Alejandro Ciravegna, each house splits in two wings, suspended mid-air, in order to look for the best light and views from the hill in which leans. 101 more words


The Breeden House: 615 West 6th Street

The Breeden House was one of the first homes of famous local entrepreneur William T. Breeden and his wife Mary when they settled in Bloomington after a brief stint as a restaurant and bakery owner in Eldorado, Kansas in 1880. 1,376 more words

Bloomington Fading

Paint: The Nuetral Conundrum

Paint. Its a very personal thing. Some people like clean white walls. Others, bold colors are what pleases them. Dark, deep reds and plums, crisp blues, buttery yellows, fifty shades of grey….the choices are endless when it comes to picking a paint that’s just right for your home. 343 more words

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Little Houses

Something about these tiny houses I really love – and I sometimes put them into paintings

Supreme Court eases notification rules for mortgage rescissions

Borrowers need only notify creditors in writing of their intention to rescind their mortgages within three years, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, which could make it easier for underwater owners to walk away from their mortgages. 286 more words


The image and the look

As buyers initially filter their searches by price band and location, they will then be looking in far greater detail at what your home offers. You need to create the ‘I have to go and see it now’ mentality in potential buyers… 274 more words


One of the Benefits of Living in Town...

OK.  I have to say it.

I love curb-side garbage collection.

You drag piles of unwanted stuff to the end of your driveway and, by the end of the day, its gone!   140 more words