Saturday, January 18, 2014

Higher Level


I've heard that the people who live here experience a higher level of satisfaction. This home is located in Ocala's Historic District.

15 comments:

Kay said...

I'd not be much satisfied if I had to use those stairs. I do much better if I can trick my brain into forgetting I'm going up and the ground is getting further away.

RedPat said...

I think those stairs would keep you fit!

Randy said...

I would not like to carry stuff upstairs all the time. Nice looking place though.

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like they have a real 'crows nest' up there!

Karl Demetz said...

Nice capture of this nice place, but those stairs are not the best way for older people...

cieldequimper said...

Looks like it might be difficult to actually set foot up there!

Birdman said...

Wow!
A second floor house in Florida. Will strangeness ever cease?

Small City Scenes said...

Kinda crowded there.
But what do I care
about their satisfaction level
I'm not the devil!

Judy said...

Looks like this one was turned into apartments, like so many large old home here have been. Not a bad place to live and you would get your exercise using those stairs.

Sharon said...

Those stairs would be a deal breaker for me. Not that I have anything against stairs but, those "see-through" kind are certainly not my favorite and I wouldn't want to attempt them on a daily basis.

Bibi said...

Don't mind the stairs. Cute place; cozy (that's a euphemism for 'crowded'!)

JM said...

I agree with llandudno! :-)

Halcyon said...

Is that the entrance to the apartment or their balcony? I wouldn't feel safe with a stairway to my balcony like that. But I guess Ocala doesn't have to worry about robbers. :)

EG CameraGirl said...

I believe it. It makes total sense to me.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I wonder if that's the only entrance to the upstairs apartment? It's kind of a crowded looking deck...but what do I know, I live in a trailer.

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