In article <5vcM4goH8OkCF...@nojay.fsnet.co.uk>,
Robert Sneddon <no...@nospam.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>In article <d6qc0g$na...@reader1.panix.com>, James NicollMore of an unfortunate synergy between my parent's preferences,
>>2: Eg, we had a house whose architecture is mostly kindly described as
>>3: "Poorly thought-out" works too. Umpty hundreds of square feet of glass,
> Not something built for an artist's colony or some such? There are some
the local landscape, the economy and the architect's habits. The view
was to the north and in 1968, who knew what OPEC was?
The windows were double-glazed, mind you.
One oddity was that my father had something of a fireplace
Of the three fireplaces, one was used all the time, one was
We discovered at one point that the brick wall of the pillar
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