The Skyline House: Before Pics


Here are some BEFORE pictures of The Skyline House:

View From Street

Front of House


Entryway of House

Living Room

Living Room (from Top of Entry)

Living Room

Living Room (from Deck)


Kitchen/Breakfast Area (from Living Room)


Kitchen (from Breakfast Area)

Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Other Bedroom

Bedroom #2 (Upstairs)

Other Bedroom

Bedroom #3 (Upstairs)

Other Bedroom

Bedroom #4 (Downstairs)

Other Bedroom

Bedroom #5 (Downstairs)

Bonus Room

Bonus Room (Downstairs)

Laundry Room

Laundry Area

Master Bath

Master Bathroom

Master Bath

More Master Bathroom

Main Bath

Guest Bathroom



9 responses to “The Skyline House: Before Pics”

  1. Don Hines says:

    Lovely colors. Kiltz should use you in their comercials!!

  2. nathan says:

    There is this show that my fiance gets me to watch on saturdays – “What Not To Wear”… Our new show – “what not to paint”

  3. Uncle Jeff says:

    What’s that shapely burgundy vision in front of the house?…oh, that must be your BMW.

    Hope all’s well with the baby.

  4. J Scott says:

    The little thing is the BMW SUV…the bigger thing is my prego wife… 😉

  5. Uncle Jeff says:

    Exactly…I was trying to be delicate. Both lovely.

  6. Alex says:

    What happened did this one fall though too?

  7. J Scott says:

    Yup…we backed out…see tonight’s post!

  8. Alex says:

    I remember from the post “no more skyline house” that you said Fannie Mae puts a deed restriction on all there properties. Saying that you can’t resell for at least 90 days.

    1. Is that true in all states?

    2. How can the listing agents remove it? The listing agents have no real power, right?

  9. J Scott says:

    Alex –

    Yes, that’s true in all states (it’s a standard FNMA addenda that you have to sign)…

    As for getting it removed, only the asset manager at FNMA has the authority to remove it. Your best bet is to put a stipulation in your offer (or do it as an amendment after the offer is accepted) that says they’ll remove the restriction.

    We’ve tried this 4 times now…twice they agreed to remove the restriction, and twice they refused. So, it could go either way…

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