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  • Amy Keller

    the view, the fire, the whole thing! And that house.

  • Teri Pollock

    Dream home :) Here's another view of my dream house

  • Carolyn Avery

    Dream home idea

  • Katie Allison Love, idea, guest house, vacation camp, bachelor, man cave, bachelerotte, mockingjay, accessory dwelling, backyard cottage, in-law apartment, in law unit, small home, tiny, downsize, a place for mom, architecture, efficient design, universal design, extra space, recycled space, reclaim, reuse, porch, garage, landscaping, entertaining, bbq, barbecue, backyard fun, guests, maybe Sabina Altynbekova will move in, or Freddie Prince Junior, villa, log cabin, bunk room

  • Renee Swogger

    Patio Fire Pit Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 3

  • Nicole Zdrojewski

    My Dream Vacation Home and Firepit

  • Dana Michaels

    One day we will live in our very own log home... With that firepit!

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Love this. Not sure how to cut that grass between the fire pit and bench, but that'll be the least of my worries.

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