Turning Archive 2004

Subject:
buying a house

John Lucas
>I'm trying to buy a house, with a workshop of course and the real estate agents are driving me nuts. I need a "big" workshop and they keep sending me to places that have a small 1 car garage or a basement that's been hand dug with 6 foot ceilings.

I know I'm on the low end of the scale money wise but I can't seem to get it across to them that I want a "workshop". If it has a house attached that I can sort of live in, then that's good enough. Heck I'd live in the workshop if I had to. Can I get a Serta mattress that will fit on top of the table saw. I could put it on a plywood sheet that could be cranked up to the ceiling like I did with my son's train set.

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