Yes. Yes. Yes. What an awesome idea! Beer garden anyone?
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Backyard sheds are a dime a dozen. Most of them are useful for lawnmowers, tools, or perhaps your hubby’s smelly old high school sports paraphernalia. However, there’s a growing trend of pub-sheds that not only allow you to calm your nerves after a hard day’s work, but to do so in style from your very own back yard.
So even if your budget doesn’t allow for a hidden swimming pool or a $2 Million Backyard Paradise, you can now have a fun backyard project to look forward to.
Have your guests relax on the swivel stools as you serve them in style.
Via Reader Sheds
This one has enough room for a hammock, just in case you need to crash
We compared the housing stats in Denver and Seattle to see which metro is better at “gaining yardage”; has the most “veteran” players; moves the fastest; and offers the most expensive “players”. In other words, we analyzed average lot size, new construction versus existing home sales, median days on the market, and median sales price.
So, as Seattle and Denver prepare to face off on Sunday in Super Bowl XLVIII, where do these cities score points when it comes to real estate?
Here's how the two cities stacked up against one another:
1.) Which metro gains the most yards? Denver’s average lot size: 74,636 square feet Seattle’s average lot size: 60,754
Einstien dies and goes to heaven. First person he see he asks, “Excuse me? What’s your IQ” The person replies, 280. Einstien says, great! We can talk about astro physics! 2nd person he runs into he asks the same question, what’s your IQ? The person replies, 150. Great! says Einstien, we can talk about events of the day! 3rd person he sees he once again asks about their IQ. This time the person says 45! Einstiens says, Great! Where do you think the real estate market is headed??!!