80-Foot-Long Train Car Is Part of Washington Home
Excerpts: The former passenger-train car is about 80 feet long, 12 feet wide, and has been incorporated into the rest of the residence.
“[The first owners] connected it to the house, so you walk from the kitchen out into this train,” Anderson explains.
“You walk past the kitchen island and into a hallway where there is stained glass—and you walk into the train.”
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My comment: Sorry, I would Just Say No on this appraisal. Too busy now is my excuse. But really the appraisal would drive me crazy!!
Random Thoughts of an Appraiser
By Matt Simmons
Excerpts: Always makes me laugh when I see a subject-to appraisal with “subject to inspection.” That’s all? Doesn’t matter what the result of the inspection is? Perhaps an adjective that conditions the appraisal on the OUTCOME of the inspection would be a good idea.