How old is the current dwelling you are living in?

  • <10 years
    30% (7)17% (3)24% (10)Vote
  • 20- 30 years
    39% (9)11% (2)27% (11)Vote
  • 40 - 50 years
    17% (4)22% (4)20% (8)Vote
  • 60- 70 years
    9% (2)11% (2)10% (4)Vote
  • 80 - 90 years
    0% (0)11% (2)5% (2)Vote
  • 90 - 100 years
    0% (0)11% (2)5% (2)Vote
  • >100 years
    5% (1)17% (3)9% (4)Vote
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  • I live in a pretty nice two story pre-war house ( meaning it was built before WWII ) and it is close to a hundred years old I believe it's 90 something right now.

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What Girls Said 13

  • it was built in the 80s so getting to them 30s. still looks great though.

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  • I wouldn't know sorry ):

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  • My place was built in 1997.

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  • My house is about 17 years old.

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  • The house I live in at school is at least 100 years old haha

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  • Late 80s earlu 90s. So 25-30 years prolly

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  • Over 30 years old

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  • my house is about 40-50 years old

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  • They're gutting the building this summer. Thank god.

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  • It's about 60 years old.

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  • Less than ten years

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  • 15 years old

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  • A little over 50 years old

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What Guys Said 10

  • My house is 12 years old, but I installed my own private toilets. All are 40 years old , and have never been cleaned. Often when we have parties we fill them with punch!

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  • The house was built in 1989.

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  • I think my dorm might be over 100 years old.

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  • few years old, BUT! I'm building a house :) end of July it'llbe done!

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    • Building houses is good because you can have it exactly how you like.

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    • @redeyemindtricks how do you know? Have you tried them?

    • @Applefan1 yeah, I lived in Japan for a year and a half, and I've been back with the fam a couple times (to use the fancy toilets in public places)... and we have the attachments on our toilets. I got an extra one free for writing reviews, so, I installed in on the toilet at m'daddy's place.

      I mean, in a 5 person household, the attachment pays for itself within a month or two -- just by reducing the need for toilet paper and/or cottonelle wipes to essentially zero (except as reassurance, basically). It's really something that EVERYONE should have.

      The fancy shmancy oes are only found in public places. Even people who are literally billionaires don't have those in their houses in Japan, which ought to tell you something about the extent to which they are overkill.

  • My house was built in the early 70's

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  • Close to a hundred years old.

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  • 1920s apt. complete with a study nook and a 3 2 foot deep sink to wash your clothes.

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  • Built in the 1930s

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  • Built in the 30's.

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  • From sometime in the 1800s I guess

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