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Stucco styles

Chad Fabry

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It's really not ugly. It needs the aluminum wrap and vinyl removed to expose the real wood half timbers and the cedar shingles. The house interior is 90% intact. With the right owner, the place will be a modest gem.

The buyer is the right owner.

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And this is just to show I made it to the top.

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I don't know there's a name for it. A great book I once owned (can't find it) - Plaster, Render, Paint and Coatings - translated from German.

There might be a roof hatch, dormer or skylight on the rear span that he popped his head from to take the pic.

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This is the valley on the left of the establishing shot

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This is the chimney on the left. The first pic was of the chimney at the rear. I crawled out the attic window out of view on the left. I was able to grab the rake edge and the window frame at the same time to make a safe transition up the rear slope and then I

was able to grab the ridge and climb to the top. It was fairly safe as these things go.

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That roof is steeper than 12 in 12. My arms would be too short to grab the ridge. Coming back down is when I want to crap my pants. Your body doesn't operate the same on the descent.

"Pebbledash" is the only stucco style I can think of, thanks, Richard M for that one.

No, that's not pebbledash, more like boulderdash. [:)]

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