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When you walked into the house, it had a dark and dated feeling.
We’re thinking the rage for mid-century modern has just about run its course, and something else will have to take its place. While we loved the idea of a small, vintage house in a great neighborhood full of old trees and great restaurants and independent bookstores and one-of-a-kind shops, we knew that just wouldn’t work for the lives we’re really living.It sits on the golf course and was in impeccable condition.But nothing had been done to it since 1977, it was time to bring it into the 2016’s.Buying a house we can afford that works for the life we really live (as opposed to one we might dream about) seems like a different kind of cool. Maybe our community isn’t full of great stuff and interesting people. We’ve got sidewalks and streetlights and just as many big trees as any established city neighborhood. While corner lots always tend to have more space, those aren’t the only ones with some breathing room.John and Julie Howard bought their Carlsbad, California home a couple of years ago mainly for the view.