Home sweet silo home

@raydene (9875)
United States
March 15, 2009 8:25am CST
Would you live with a fox in a box...on a pillow in a silo?...hehe I found this house.. As some of you know I love the unique and the idea of living in a different type home is exciting to me Would you live in this house? http://www.courierpress.com/news/2006/nov/19/six-story-silo-turned-home-sweet-home/ xoxooxoxoxo
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@mummymo (23709)
15 Mar 09
You know Mom I have ALWAYS wanted to live in a round house but I just don't think this falls within my dream home! lol I guess a slightly more bland house would suit me better than this would! xxx
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@mummymo (23709)
23 Mar 09
Thanks for the BR Mom! xxxx
@Eskimo (2317)
23 Mar 09
Mo, I've always wanted a round house as well, just that this one may be too high for me now.
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@mummymo (23709)
23 Mar 09
You're like me sweetheart - a big round house on one or two levels or with a lift sounds good! xxx
@weemam (13378)
15 Mar 09
I am replying fro email pal and I can't see the link BUT my answer would be that I would live in any home where my loved ones were :) Wee xx
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@weemam (13378)
15 Mar 09
I now see the link and yes please I would love to live there :) Wee xx
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@messageme (2821)
• United States
19 Mar 09
It's amazing what people can make homes out of! There is a town near me that has a silo house. I think it is just amazing what they did with it and they actually live there! I have never seen the inside, but I would love too. Maybe some day I will get the curage to go up to the house and ask if I can have a look around
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@winterose (39922)
• Canada
18 Mar 09
nope I am quite the traditionalist, I do not like weird things, I like older homes, I just like the old time styles.
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@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
18 Mar 09
Hi raydene! Oh that is so beautiful and it really looks so cozy inside. I checked on the photos and found that they did an amazing job. I would love to have a home like that. It truly is a fantastic home to have! Take care and blessings to you! lovelots..faith
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15 Mar 09
Wow! That is so different! I'm not sure wether I'd want to live there. Looks a little bit claustrophobic from the pictures. I'd have to go and have a proper nosey before I could say for definate!
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@caver1 (1765)
• United States
15 Mar 09
Very unique. I love the look, but I don't think I could live in a six story house unless everything I needed was on the first floor or at least first and second. My knees would not take run up and down all day.
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@ElicBxn (60771)
• United States
15 Mar 09
what a lovely home, but I couldn't handle all those stairs
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@Mavic123456 (9695)
• Thailand
24 Jan 13
I can't imagine a silo can be a house? This will not be favorable to our country because I live in a tropical country. but since you have the link.. ohh well it is possible. anyway, these days, nothing is impossible. I wonder in some areas where there are vacant (looks like abandoned, not well maintained houses) if the homeless people living under the bridge (in the Philippines) could occupy them. to the premise that they will clean and maintain the house. Hmmmm it will really be exciting living in a Silo, specially if you have your family with you.. I am not just sure if we will fit in there. hahaha... well this is just great.
@Eskimo (2317)
23 Mar 09
I've always wanted to live in a round house, but not quite so high, 2 or 3 storys only. 6 floors with a winding staircase could be a bit much for me. A converted lighthouse sound ideal though.
@BarBaraPrz (19415)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
15 Mar 09
It is interesting, to say the least. Sort of like living in a lighthouse, but on dry land... Since they were starting from scratch, I think they should have put in an elevator -- wouldn't take up any more room than the staircase. I'd also put in more windows.