October 19, 2010 at 7:00 pm in INFORUM
A free real estate listing through The Wall Street Journal isn’t too shabby. Continue Reading
Tags: architecture, design, downtown Fargo, Fargo, Home, Life, real estate 16 Comments »
I wouldnt pay 200000 for that building. Who wants a house with no yard on a busy street. I think they are way out of touch with reality.
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This is from your friend Bruce, who wants to build a high rise. I am so happy you are planing a deck on the roof of your new home. I know you will love it.
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A two bedroom home for $679,000????????
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Kevin: It’s a 3 bedroom, 3 bath, plus den/office, atrium, home theater and 4-car garage/workshop.
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The writer for the Wall Street Journal emailed me the correct link for their article: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304410504575560273975183294.html?mod=WSJ_RealEstate_RIGHTTopCarousel
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Sorry but this place is butt ugly and the worst location one could find in the entire FM area.
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I’ve enjoyed your commentary, folks. To “Bearly There”, who commented on the lack of yard, for us that is a feature! There is a *tiny* front yard (much larger than many downtown properties). I like that lawn mowing takes about 5 minutes with a push-type reel mower. We did not want to maintain a large property… some do, and that’s great. We wanted to live in downtown Fargo. Downtown locations have traffic, sure. And people. We’ve met so many nice people who live downtown – just by being out and about (Brucealmighty is one of them). Fargo’s downtown has art museums, theaters, galleries, shops, restaurants, bars, events such as the Street Fair, Cruising Broadway Thursday Nights and much more – all of it within a block or two of home. For some, living downtown might be the worst thing they could imagine. As Opinionated stated that they thought it was the “worst location one could find in the entire FM area.” For them, maybe so. But for us, it’s been fun to live in the high-energy, growing and ever-changing downtown Fargo area. We’ve designed our property to appeal to those who want to enjoy all that our downtown has to offer, and not live in a shared apartment-style condominium environment. And it is our hope is that we will get the opportunity to begin working on another downtown property at some point in the future.
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Don’t worry what farmers like opinionated and bearly there think. They have no clue what urban life is like in bigger cities. I think it’s awesome to have a small taste of it in the Hemmah’s home. I don’t know if they will get their asking price, but just because it doesn’t have a big yard and only two bedrooms doesn’t mean it’s worthless. I personally do not like yards and I have better things to do than mow lawns. That’s why I have a condo that costs as much as a regular house. I’d rather be bbq’ing with a couple beers while I watch the others on my block do gardening, landscaping, and mowing.
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@82dmc12 Why the hate against farmers?
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Because you would have to be a farmer or some rural country bumpkin to think that a house without a yard can be worth almost half a mil!
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It’s kind of ugly-cool looking on the outside but it’s in a bad location and completely ugly on inside.
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Members of Devo will probably feel at home there.
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I love the house. Much better than the typical bilevel with 3-stall garage out front. I wouldn’t give two cents for one of those sorry things. If I had the money, I’d buy the house myself. It’s exactly what I want.
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What am amazing home! So wonderful to see creativity rather than yet another tired, overdone cookie cutter McMansions. If I lived in Fargo, I’d buy it in a moment! Fabulous artwork and furnishings also. Wow.
The photo’s of the house looked photo shopped.
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The building has been for sale for awhile now, that tells me that it’s probably overpriced. Good luck selling it. I think if someone is looking for the “urban” lifestyle, they’re going to opt for one of the fancy loft condo’s that are downtown.
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