- Dec 1, 2009
- LA - lowell area
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Solution: Stump wall.Scrolling throufh CL years ago i see a newly built 10x20 shed for $2k. The next week it drops to $1k. I email the guy, go check it out and agree to buy it and leave a small deposit. Reason for sale? He had to sell it or face a fine because he had never pulled a permit. Not getting along with his neighbor didnt help either, which is why the town was alerted.
Sub-basement: dig it.Funny aside: They were building this huge house on Bay Rd in Easton years ago. Maybe a decade. It's sorta set into the side of a hill on an old cattle farm. The perspective is all off. My then 15yo daughter says, "Look. They're gonna have a two-level basement. That would be so cool." Yeah. I want MULTIPLE floors of no windows, honey. LOL
2 story shed on craigslist right now 8,000 unfinished.Reaching out to the NES brain trust
I have a 10x20 shed in my back yard that pretty much sits on the ground in back yard. Want to knock it down and replace with a 2 story if possible (making the second floor into office space). Is this something allowed? Town of Waltham - anyone is/has experience with architects and town laws? Cant seem to find much online.
Sides are at least 10 feet off, back is probably 3 feet off property edge