ITT your ideal home
>apartment in upper east side of NY
>small minimalist home in a remote area, but not too far from civilisation
>room for multiple classic European sports cars
That's not the upper east side. That's Midtown East. Laterally, about the same as the United Nations and Hell's Kitchen.
How is this ideal? You want to bump into hordes of European tourists who love taking selfies with bankers in suits as you're heading to the gym or grocery shopping?
Something like this in a 90% Russian city and a developed one on the south (doesn't exist I guess).
park avenue runs though the upper east side though, even though that photo isn't there.
i just like skyscrapers and noise man. i cannot stand the country side. even just outside of london feels like a farm to me.
Plus something like this on the countryside. Maybe painted and smaller. City must be green enough too btw.
Summer house in Paros Island with a convertible Z4 in the garage.
of course I'd renovate a bit
A traditional Slovenian Alpine house somewhere to the northwest of Ljubljana.
Midsized cabin in the mountains outside Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Taos, NM area would also be nice.
Pic didn't upload for some reason.
This sad momment when you find yourself living in a fucking city where hardly ever snows. I want my house isolated from civilization with my PC and my dog...
Don't be such a faggot. It's in NYC, so it's called an apartment, no matter who is talking about it.
>a nice little cottage with a dock on the Vermont side of Lake Champlain
I love NYC too but saying a place is good to live because it's relevant or "powerful" is retarded and Americans need to realize this.
Rio de Janeiro is a (somewhat) relevant city but I sure as hell would rather live in a irrelevant city here than live there desu.
Its nice to visit but hell to live in unless you are crazy fucking rich, like owning a huge house in the Hamptons with a full penthouse in the Upper East Side with enough money to go to Europe every weekend rich.
New York is not really a great place to 'make it' these days. All the creative and cutting edge stuff has moved elsewhere, it's just a big playground for billionaire Jews, Chinese and Russians to see and be seen.
What about a country-house in the south of Spain?
>It's always hipsters in their 20s that have a weird obsession with city life.
This. I really wonder how many people itt who say they want to live in a city are under 25 or female.
As someone who has grown up in rural kansas their entire lives (for 21 years to be exact), I can tell you that rural living is absolute hell on earth. The rural areas of this country aren't rapidly depopulating for no reason man. Moved to Kansas City after college and never looking back.
See, that's the problem. Rural life is nice if you're in a nice rural area. Also, it helps if you're over 25 and married.
t. Grew up in shithole rural IL, but loves living in rural CO and VT
>Everyone should like only what I like!!
>What your telling me people don't want to be bored out of their minds their entire lives?
>Wait a minute, people actually want to live in places where there are actually job opportunities?
>Whaaat? Your saying people actually want to be in a city that doesn't have third world tier internet connection?!
I would love to live by the sea in Nova Scotia, or one of the other Atlantic provinces. Or perhaps a large cabin in the middle of Quebec.
Wherever you're from had to be really awful if you think Kansas City is an improvement. Have you been to rural areas in the eastern US? Things aren't as isolated there.
my grandfather's house (and now my father's)
a fine restoration and it will be all good. Nothing special but I am bound to my village, I am happy when I'm there.
Alternatively, I village in the Crimean plains or a village near Tian-Shai mountains&Isık lake would be fine too
I know, but my family can be traced back to Nova Scotia and I would love to live there. It seems so cozy, although my definite second choice would be somewhere else like Quebec or BC.
> Have you been to rural areas in the eastern US? Things aren't as isolated there.
My sister lives with her husband in a small town of 150 in North Carolina. I visit every Christmas and it's just as hellish.
>Wherever you're from had to be really awful if you think Kansas City is an improvement
t.someone who has never been to KC or at least for the past 8 years. Downtown KC went from a ghost-town filled with parking garages and a few glass office buildings to a place where people actually live and there is some decent nightlife. This city has gone a long way since then and continues to improve every year. It also helps that there is a massively growing tech industry due to Google Fiber being here and there are still decent job opportunities (something the rural midwest can't say).
I have a website that I think will interest all of you who dream or think it's nice to look at what kind of appartments you can have in New York City if you'd only have the millions to spend:
Stop going to rural areas in red states, you daft cunt.
See, I'm married and in my 30s, so... Irrelevant. How's the hunting there? Farmers markets? K-12 schools?
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I'm a tradesman, so there's always a job for me. And my wife has a good job and a fairly sizable trust fund, so money isn't a huge concern.
Is that a bad thing? Deserts are great.
>"Why do young people under 25 want to live in cities hurr"
>Give good reasons why
>Retorts and shifts the goal posts by saying shit about hunting and schools
Pro-tip: Unless you live in a hick town no one gives a fuck about hunting cleetus. Second birth rates are at their lowest ever. Young people out of college don't care about the quality of public schools because they aren't having kids. They're are PLENTY of farmers markets in big cities these days. They're very popular and there is a great one in the River Market in KC every weekend.
I'd like something rural, maybe in Washington, Oregon, Montana or Norcal.
Then again I don't think I'd be content with just one house. A big city would be awesome as well. Maybe Seattle or Portland
I understand why young people want to live in cities. My point is that living in a city is not objectively better, dipshit.
>Unless you live in a hick town no one gives a fuck about hunting cleetus
Wrong. Your lack of exposure to the variety of subcultures in this country is showing.
yeah, this new home's garden and the land between also belongs to mainly my father. if I have the chance I will probably destroy the new house honestly. father has no taste.
are you high?
Finns do saunas and ice baths nude.
Germanics are mostly ok with beeing nude at home, there is no need to hide.
As the house is totally open, I assume you would get a lot of problems from people complaining about you beeing visible in the nudes for a full 15 minutes or sth. ...
Southern French are prude.
Prague is nice, but no. It doesn't hold the same charm for me. It seems too fast-paced.
I'm am old fart.
Having enough land solves that problem. High fences make good neighbors.
The place is beautiful, but people, for me, is crap. I wold like to take them, Navarran and Catalonians out of Spain. I dont like people that hate mi country in it.
Anyway, reffers to ETA as "freedom fighters" is offensive to any Spainard. Is like say the same to IRA or Al Quaeda. This orgsnization is a bunch of coward rats that killed people with hidden bombs and back-shooting, also they killed mostly civil people, including kids. Even Talibans and ISIS have more balls than the rats of ETA.
Yeah man. I live in east harlem, which is gentrifying far more slowly than west harlem, in a small studio and I pay 1440/mo for it (although it's in a building that's only 3 years old, so it's very clean and nice, it has a gym in it + included wifi)
Can we just agree that Lugano is one of the nicest places on earth? All the charme of living in the Italian Alps without having to deal with Italian authorities and administrations because you're actually in Switzerland.
everybody outside the States and people who are new wanna live in NYC among the high rises and all, but once you have lived here for a period of time, you would want to live out in a farm with a shed, cattle etc
Not necessarily cattle, but restoring an old farm is indeed a charming idea.
>all dat barn space for restoring and collecting a few vintage cars
middle of finland in this type of row home.
It would be so comfy...
This kind of house near a comfy small town in Blekinge, Sweden but in an alternative universe where "Sweden YES" never happened.
Apartment in Battery Park City
>noice schools, apartments, views, convenience.
>no niggers to be seen even though it's in NYC.
I currently live in Kent, not too far from our lord and saviour, Nige. It's nice here, as long as you go to the middle / upper class areas, as it goes from quite snobby to completely deprived, there's really no in-between. I would most likely purchase a detached home here, the weather is the best it ever gets in Britain, it's very white dominated, and lots of wonderful roads to drive through. Also, easy transport links to mainland Europe and the white cliffs are nice in the summer.
something like this, with a bit of land so there is privacy, but not too isolated from the rest of town
Hello, I know you Americans hate us Brazilians, but could you please tell me how's the Market for tradesman in the USA?
What are good places for a welder/cabinetmaker to work?
Are they well paid? Do you need a certificate from a tradeschool to work in these fields?
You seem to have forgotten your pic, but you reminded me of this picture.
New York is the best the US has to offer, regarding comfortable urban living environments.
Come back when you have a castle built at a cave entrance like that.
Growing older isn't a death sentence nowadays to retire into a single family house.
I enjoy having fine dining and date options.
As much as I love the city lifestyle I would never live in a busy place of the city. All that noise, and everybody is a hurry.
I'd live in a quiet place in the suburbs, doesn't matter if I have to expend 2 hours going to the city.
Just some house in the hills of extrema.
Goddamn this place is comfy.
A two to three story modern home with a nice pool, set up somewhere nice around the LA or any California area. preferably the Hollywood hills on the Santa Monica Mountains.
>always wanted to live in a condo downtown in my city ever since I was a kid
>gentrification is keeping me from probably ever being able to afford it
i grattacieli in porta nuova e tre torri sono quasi tutti uffici, escluso il bosco verticale.e poi non c'è niente di meglio di un po' di vecchia milano aristocratica e borghese.
No offense bull all these places look old, and either not build well in the first place, or not taken well care of, and not kept up to date.
>comfy japanese small house in the middle of nowehere with clean tatami and sliding doors
Pleasant weather all year round. Only whites, asians and maoris.
Wouldn't mind fucking a kiwi twink t.bh (Must have blonde hair)
Flat, not house. An ex-soviet gimmick commie block apartment, in the dreariest place, where I can go a few days of the year to experience Russian feels in the dark cold winter with tracksuited pidorashka
>TFW I achieved your ideal home by being born.
My ideal home is an apartment by the shore in LA.
Oh and I don't mind neighbors, etc.
Other than that being super rich in NYC or some other city in the US or having a off the street villa in a bigger European city would also be nice.
Basically a living in a city but having more privacy than living in an apartment.
>tfw I actually feel like this
I need to get my life together, man.
Finnish houses are well built and are sturdy and reliable. Also the house I posted (rowhouse) looks kind of new. You are so wrong and you probably live in a house made out from cardboard and plywood.
What's preventing you from living the life you deserve, anon?
>the life I deserve
I get to choose how I live my life. The shitty one I have is because I consciously chose to have it. It's changeable, the problems could very well not exist. Fuck, I even read a book that described my life 1:1, even provided some insight on making the problems disappear, I couldn't believe my eyes as I was reading it.
I just don't know. I'm scared, I don't want to ruin my life even more, I don't want to annoy others, I don't want to be a nuisance or hurt someone by accident..
Rural Nova Scotia is good for that, warm summers, some snow in the winter, and never more than an hour away from the beach.
i just want 1 room apartaments somewhere where I could play vidya all day with no one bothering me. Also the less I have to be outside the better