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Friday Feature: Country vs. Condo

January 18, 2013

David and I have a big move coming up in a year and a half, so we spend a lot of time discussing what we want our next home to be like.  Part of me wants the culture, convenience and ease of a downtown condo.  But I also have a strong desire to have some chickens roaming around the backyard, and the peace and quiet of a small farm.  What to do, what to do.  Thankfully, we have a little while to figure it out.  If you’re still looking at both, take a look at two lovely options: one is a pristine condo (no yard work!) and the other is a charming farm house (space for chickens and possibly a sheep!). Both were listed this week with Century 21 Excellence, so contact them for more information!

First up, we have our slick condo.  This pretty Blacklick condo is almost 2,000 square feet and features this lovely view.  It seems so fresh and clean–the perfect home for a first time buyer or an investor. At just $68,000, it’s a total steal! Contact Kelly MacDonald at (614) 863-0180 for more information about this property.

And here’s our charming farmhouse.  4 bedrooms, a barn with heated workshop, and over 3 acres of fenced in land.  I could grow a lot of tomatoes on 3 acres.  I love the exposed beams and that beautiful kitchen!.  This property is listed with Ric Smith, so give him a call at (614) 863-0180 for more information.

So, what do you think? City or country?

2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 19, 2013 11:41 pm

    Coutry home all the way. The pics are nice and the white cabinets are really inviting. It reminds me of my last house on acreage where snow and burning cordwood was a way of life.

    • Jillian permalink*
      January 20, 2013 9:45 pm

      I with you on the country house, Steve! It’s so idyllic.

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