Its really not flash looking - but I love my mancave/Shed #1 and seem to spend more time in it than in the house even though it gets stinking hot in here hahahaha. Maybe eventually I'll gyprock it but I kinda like the exposed walls aka "built in shelving" hahaha. Its got the basics like a fridge/sink/convection microwave and fishing gear to muck around with while my fishing tv shows are on tv lol
I haven't seen this discussion before. Thanks @Jason
First of all, far out @Prawns. My family would never see me if I had that man cave. Nice one. 👍
Haven't looked at the rest of the discussion yet, so keen to do that after this.
We had this house built 2.5 years ago and was the 3rd time we had a house built to live in, so we really feel like we got it right this time.
What I mean by that is that with the previous houses, we should have put a power point somewhere or we should have spent the extra on double glazing, that kind of thing.
This time around, we were pretty thorough, as it's our forever home.
The thing I like most, is our location.
We are just outside a small country town that gets a bit of tourism and we are on a massive inland island and the small drive from town to here is quite nice as it's along the water, with bush on the other side.
Our block backs onto a forest and National Park, so we see and a hear a large number of wildlife and because we are close to the water, we get water birds like Pelicans too.
One day I was turning the compost at the back fence and I looked up to see and Emu looking at me. That was very cool.
It's a fantastic place to bring up the family. Having worked in suburban Melbourne for 20 years, it's a great change and feels like another world up here.
Thanks for the tag @Jason
The thing I love most about our home is that it is easy maintenance. All our gardens have easy to care for plants and inside our home we have a lot of storage and a spot for everything which makes keeping things organised & clean a lot easier.