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Important Elements

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What is important to you in a home? What elements do you look for? And do you think these elements change with age?

i.e. Is a sun room important to have, and would it be something that would be a selling feature for you.

What elements do you feel are important to you in a home?

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No, we're moving about 15 miles from here.. to a community where DH teaches. It's closer to the school, and it's a great community to raise kids... and there are currently no ID's in that community, so there's room for growth for me :-) Winners all the way around!

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LOL. I was thinking the same thing! hahaha... we're going to look at a house this week, with a beautiful studio... I'm very excited, although DH isn't fond of it... He and I have been through the gamut with trying to decide whether to buy, or build... and then we change our minds... so I guess we'll know it when we see it!

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One of the reasons I posted that question is because we are in the process of moving (in the looking stages right now). It seems to me that if I find a home I love, DH doesn't care for it, and vice versa. And then it all clued in to me... we seem to be looking for very different things in a home... what is imporant to him isn't necessarily important to me, and vice versa... so we're building a list of "MUST HAVES" and Wants/desires. I'm hoping that some of you can shed light on things that are important to you all, in homes.

For instance, DH MUST have a workshop (or the space to build one, - meaning a large indoor workshop or heated garage). I must have studio space. We are hoping to find a home that has a pool so the pool is on the want/desire, versus need. :-)

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