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Belgium Maison Bobonne | April 2016

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Ok, my first report here so be nice! ;-)

 

While the neighbors were washing there cars, we slipped (initially at the wrong house) inside.
Sadly i don't have any additional info about this little farm house.

I'm mostly an "industrial girl" but i can appreciate a cute house like this hahaha! :wink:

Hope you enjoy the pics and please let me hear your opinion!

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Love the old sewing machine :)  

 

Still find it amazing how places like this even exist, living as I do in the over crowded SE corner of the UK, you can't imagine somewhere being left like this for too long before someone converts it into 200 flats. :grin:

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For a first report that's awesome! Love number 5, really like your style of pics. 

Thanks for sharing and look forward to more from you :) 

 

:comp: 

 

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That's an awesome first report, we'll be featuring this as one of our Top 5 reports on the facebook page next week :D 

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6 hours ago, Maniac said:

Love the old sewing machine :)  

 

Still find it amazing how places like this even exist, living as I do in the over crowded SE corner of the UK, you can't imagine somewhere being left like this for too long before someone converts it into 200 flats. :grin:



same here in Holland! hahahah!

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