Photo Taken in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Friday, September 16, 2011

A-Frame Paradise

I don't know how many A-Frames I have posted about, but I like them so much, I'll always be putting them here when they come on the market.  I'm going to have to go back and do a count of my A-Frame posts because now I'm curious how many I have.

I particularly like this one.  It has a very good feeling and I like the look of it.  It appears that a coat of interior paint would do the trick.  I wouldn't be surprised one bit if I end up living in an A-Frame when I go to buy my home.  I'm starting to wonder if it's fate with the amount of A-Frames I've come across.  It sure is nice to return to my habit of posting on real estate, especially now that I'm down here and up close and personal.  It makes it so much more real that I'll be owning a home in the Ozarks someday.

Is that countertop in the kitchen not to die for.  I love it!  It is so long, you could do so much prep for cooking and baking on it.  That is fantastic.  I like the outside too being nestled in the forest as it is.

I found this via BidSelect, which is a HUD site.  I don't typically find rural properties there as they tend to offer more city properties.  It is 663 square feet, which is the ideal size for me, and two bedrooms with one bath for a mere $27,000.  It is located near Lake Taneycomo in Merriam Woods Village which is right next to Rockaway Beach, not far from Branson.

Here's the listing broker's contact information:

RE/MAX Associated Brokers
109 North 6th Street
Branson, MO  65616
Phone: (417) 334-1374
Fax: (417) 334-5959
Email: Kelly Grisham

As usual, if you buy it, invite me over.

1 comment:

  1. I love A-frames, too. My sister and her husband used to live in one, and I thought it was so cozy, and of course I loved the loft. As for size, I so agree with you on being a minimalist and just having things you love and use. I have been eyeing a house in my area that is 718 square feet, and I long to buy it and renovate. My house is only 1,148 square feet -- small by Dallas standards -- but I find myself really only living in half of it on a regular basis. More is not necessarily better!