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Teens cupboards!

Discussion in 'Real Estate' started by Jacque, 17th Sep, 2008.

  1. Jacque

    Jacque Team InvestEd

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    I had to laugh recently when I inspected a house and went to open a rather large double built in wardrobe in a teenage girl's room. The agent was showing me around, pointing out the usual features and made a special comment about the custom built robes- naturally, I went to investigate and nearly fell under the avalanche of stuff crammed inside! The two top shelves were so full that the door practically heaved a sigh of relief when I unburdened it's load :D and clothes came tumbling down on top of me.

    Luckily, I could see the lighter side (I have a teenage daughter with very similar tendencies!) and the agent and I spent a couple of minutes trying to re-cram before leaving. The question I want to know is any cupboard actually large enough for girls of this age?!
     
  2. Billv

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    Jacque,

    Nice story..:)

    I'd say it depends on the person.
    My eldest daughter has enough space to fit her clothes and other things.
    However, my younger 1 run out of space a long time ago and is still adding to her collection just like her mum...:eek:

    I've noticed though that anything they don't like ends up in our walk-in wardrobe and the worry is that once my wife's side is packed she will start taking over my side...

    Cheers