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#1 lisa

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Posted 11 December 2017 - 10:16 PM

Greg when I saw this YOU immediately came to mind!
 
I love this roof with steam bent shingles and all the rock work. scroll down toward the bottom.

http://www.customshi...ottage-gallery/

I bet is would cost a fortune!
 
Here is a link to the company who did the shingles - Wow I cannot stop drooling......

I wonder what a roof like these would cost?

http://www.customshingles.com/

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#2 Alan DuBoff

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Posted 20 December 2017 - 03:30 PM

Greg when I saw this YOU immediately came to mind!
 
I love this roof with steam bent shingles and all the rock work. scroll down toward the bottom.

http://www.customshi...ottage-gallery/

I bet is would cost a fortune!
 
Here is a link to the company who did the shingles - Wow I cannot stop drooling......

I wonder what a roof like these would cost?

http://www.customshingles.com/

Lisa

 

They have a Hobbit House roof! That is one cool roof! :)

http://www.customshi...m/hobbit-house/

Speaking of which, how's that Shire home doing Greg? What happened with the property for all those lots? Seems your home was the last one lived in...I think it was an amazing idea, and think it would have done well in the Santa Cruz Mountains somewhere...that was a noble effort that that project, tip of the hat to 'ya on that one Greg! ;)



#3 Greg Steckler

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 01:35 PM

Those are some over-the-top roofs alright!  Prices is roughly 6x asphalt comp roof according to their website + or -.

 

Well I'm taking a walking tour of the Shire on Dec. 26th or 27 with the original developer.  Stay tuned.  Pictures to follow.  The original phase is pretty much built out but big contrast between the $300 per sq. ft. homes (3 of them) and the $175 per sq. ft. homes.  The "pit" is still empty and waiting for townhomes as is Phase II but rumor has it they are trying to do "tiny homes" on that acreage.

 

Yes it was quite an effort.  Just rotten timing and the 2008 Great Recession killed it from what it could have become.

 

Imagine the Swordsman (look at the image lower in the thread) with one of those bent cedar shingle roofs?

 

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