FourFourSecond: Can You Build a Home in Rolling Hills Estate?
Can you build a home in Rolling Hill Estate?
That is the question posed to me by a woman on Twitter recently, and the answer is: yes, you can.
My name is Emily Breslin, and I’m the owner of the property that I am working on right now in Rolling Mountains.
Rolling Hills is a beautiful property in western Wyoming, about a mile from my home.
The property is a bit of a hodgepodge of the old-time ranch homes that were built in the 1960s and 1970s and a bit newer in the 1990s.
It is situated on a bluff overlooking the rolling hills that surround my property.
The hillside slopes up and down, and a couple of weeks ago, the property was hit by a big thunderstorm.
It was a little scary.
So, the next day I got a call from a real estate agent.
He told me that they needed a few more homes for sale, and they were willing to buy them.
He said that he’d get them built and put up as quickly as he could.
So I called him back a few days later and they got back to me.
They said they’d put up a lot of the homes, which would be around $1 million to $1.5 million, but he needed me to help him with some other things.
He needed some work done on the exterior and on the interior of the home, and he said that it might be a good idea to get some structural engineer help with that.
I went down there and got a couple houses that were ready to be built and had all the pieces in place.
He got me to start building.
The structure was a brick, three-story structure that had a kitchen, bathroom, living room, dining room, and two bedrooms.
It had been designed with four bedrooms, but I didn’t want to just build the four bedrooms.
So he said, “Well, you’re going to have to build a kitchen.”
I was a bit confused.
I thought, “OK, let’s build a second kitchen,” but I was still in shock because I had never seen a kitchen in a home before.
And then the second kitchen came in and he put it up and he made a small addition to it and he went out and bought the other two bedrooms, which was a big relief to me because I was worried that they’d only be for the owners and not for me.
He added a lot more windows and a little bit of lighting.
The rest of the exterior is finished, and it’s been done in one day.
And I’m pretty proud of the project.
I think it’s a good project, and hopefully this is the beginning of a trend for people who have been living in a house for a long time to build houses on the back side of the hills.
The idea of living on the edge is something that’s important to me, and that’s why I started this project, to get people to start living in houses on that edge of the country.
Emily Bexler, real estate reporter for FourFour Two, is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.