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post #11 of (permalink) Old 05-27-2019, 04:10 AM
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I live in a 2-bed flat at the moment and it's perfect.

But if money was not an issue, I'd love a huge, ancient, opulent manor on the verge of collapse. 12 bedrooms and a ballroom, and grounds for me to be a batshxt crazy lady in.

I guess it depends on the type of house. If it's a modern house, I'd want it to be small-ish. But a castle needs space to be a castle.

Edit: realised I didn't answer the question at all. I've lived in a big house and a flat, and the flat wins hands down. Safe, easier to clean, cosier. You can't quite mark your territory the same way in a big house.

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