$56,500 – 4.8 acres, 2 bed, 2 bath single wide in good condition! Very rural, low traffic area, off the beaten path. Less than 20 min from Pilot Mountain, Sauratown Mountain, & Hanging Rock. Ziplining, canoeing, swimming, horseback riding & hiking are minutes away! Refrigerator, Microwave, and Stove included! Covered front porch, two storage buildings, and great well water. Spectrum cable and Surry Phone/Internet available. Optional building site for any type of home. Many possibilities. Listed for sale by owner $56,500. Property is for sale not rent . Call for a Saturday or Sunday appointment.
What surprised me is how they did what I wanted to do. They designed a block of artist’s housing in a major city. Those of you that know me well, know that when I lived in New York City, I wanted to do this. I have always played around with ideas of an artist colony. I think it would be a great thing to create. What an interesting coincidence. And no, I am not related to these Parfitts which I find odd. You think the great, gran of a Massachusetts architect who’s folks came from England would be kin to another English architect with the same last name. But no. We are not kin. 🙁
I have been looking at Pinterest for some interesting garden bench plans for the back of the garden. We have a beautiful view of the mountains and I would like to put some benches up there. Also on the to do list is to move the porch swing to the back garden as well, but it needs a stand.
I like the simple bench plan I found on littlehouseinthesuburbs.com. They recommend adding cross bracing if you will be moving the bench often.
This bench calls for:
4 -4×4 post legs 13″ long
2- 2×4 supports 19″ long
3 1/2 heavy duty exterior screws
5 – 2×4 seat boards each 47″ long
The finished bench is 16″