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Monday, June 7, 2010

Would You Live Here?

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Now on to today's post. I decided to do something a little different today. My question is, would you be adventurous enough to live in one of these houses?





















So what do you think? Leave me a comment and tell me, would you be willing to live in one of these houses? Do you like them, or do you hate them? Or something in between?



Cindy


9 comments:

Nancy said...

I don't like nor do I hate them. They just aren't me, so no...I would not want to live in them. I like a home a little more boring, like one on solid ground. lol!

Nancy

Millie said...

I wouldn't mind living in the lighthouse one. When I was about 12 I read a book about a family who lived in a lighthouse cottage and it sounded like so much fun, I guess I caught the bug. Can you imagine anything more opposite than a Canadian Prairies girl living in a lighthouse?

Bethany said...

The lighthouse made me smile, being from Maine, I have a warm place for them in my heart. BUT that one scared me a little. But of all the ones you posted the lighthouse seemed most like home to me

Wendy said...

I think any of them would be a cool place for a holiday or vacation, but being somewhat afraid of water I couldn't live in those ones over the water.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I think the tree house would be cool to have as a study/office. I don't know that I would live in any of them. I love the idea of living in a lighthouse, but storms would be a bit intimidating. I think, though, that you could leave with advanced warning these days. The one stretched over the water is a wee bit too intimidating.

XO,

Sheila

cranberry cottage said...

Those houses are crazy....I don't think I could sleep in them...I would be worried and earthquake or rogue wave would come and wash the house away.....also something about not building your house on the sand ( tree, bridge, etc) They are brave souls.

Susan said...

I would love to stay in any one of them. If they were a Bed and Breakfast it would be an awesome adventure! xoxo Sue

Anonymous said...

Nope, not for me....I couldn't sleep for sure. Except may be the treehouse....but that would have to be without the kids...=O)

Carolyn

Razmataz said...

The ones surroned by the sea would frighten me. Can you imagine being there on a stormy night?