I'm finally listing a house for sale (here's the listing on eBay). I doubt I will let go of many, so this is a big step for me. :] I'm located in the Chicago area if someone coming to the April shows is interested. Due to the delicate wind turbine and porch, the house cannot be shipped. For the full write-up on the build, click here. :]
The exterior has approximately 1,700 cedar shake shingles, each individually cut and glued in place. The custom built chimney features egg carton brickwork.
The house has four rooms: kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom.
The 12V lighting is all hard-wired.
The house features one of my custom made aquariums.
There are flameless lighted candles in the fireplace.
The kitchen cabinets are fixed in place and feature working doors and drawers. The sink is custom made, and a removable half fridge is included.
There are two barstools included for the breakfast bar.
I sincerely wish you a successful sale. The buyer of this wonderful house will have many hours of happiness. Hugs, Julia
Wow, Brae! I know it’s hard because our projects really become a part of us, but you are truly making someone’s dream come true. I hope it finds the right buyer, and that you find you are truly okay with letting it go.
Thank you, ladies! It is a huge step.
This must be emotionally difficult for you Brae, yet these photos show the high quality of your work both inside and out, so any new buyer will not be disappointed.
Artists who let go of their pieces are brave, but it must be really difficult. So many hours of energy and passion invested!
Best of luck, Brae, and hugs (if accepted)
Thank you! Hugs gladly accepted.
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