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Set 2 of an Ugly Prefabricated House with Great Views

Bob Jensen at Trinity University 


Down the road an ugly prefabricated house is still being completed (after three years)
From the our road it now stands in the way of great views across its 12-acre lot


This is Set 2 of this picture set.
For Set 1 Click Here   


The prefab house is so ugly that a painter of ugly houses from out-of-state
made special trips to paint its construction at various stages


This is how the lot looked before the machines arrived



This Set 2 of this picture set.
For Set 1 Click Here



Below is Set 2 of my prefab house pictures with its walls and roof in place
The removable windows are part of each prefabricated wall


This is the  house with the garage attached





On a day where the mountains are obscured by heavy clouds




It took over a year before workers commenced to put on the siding in Summer 2016
This siding trim in places is the mahogany in color


Most of the siding is cheap-looking fake white stucco
For a long time I thought this was just liner for more siding to follow
Turns out that this is the ugly siding



At first I thought the white stuff was just insulation. Turns out it's the siding (sigh)



This prefab ugly does not even have a deck or a decent patio
This is the back side of the house



The owners of these big houses across the road must hate having their wonderful views interrupted by this ugly prefab
At least now they will be enabled to apply for an abatement of their New Hamshire View Tax


This is the lovely house most directly degraded by the ugly prefab across the road


Above is Set 2 of this picture set.
For Set 1 Click Here   



Other Homes in Area, Including the Former Home of Film Star Bette Davis ---


Our Cottage

Also see
Inside the Cottage ---

Cottage History

Sunset Hill Hotel Resort History Set 01 ---   

After the Sunset Hill Hotel Resort was nearly all demolished in 1973, our cottage (before it was ours)
was moved in 1977 from the golf course across a tennis court and up to where the former hotel site.
I show pictures of the preparation work prior to the moving the cottage and its four fireplaces

Next I show pictures of the move to the new site 

Next I show the pictures of a 1980 spectacular fire on one of the remaining three cottages



More of Bob Jensen's Pictures and Stories


On May 14, 2006 I retired from Trinity University after a long and wonderful career as an accounting professor in four universities. I was generously granted "Emeritus" status by the Trustees of Trinity University. My wife and I now live in a cottage in the White Mountains of New Hampshire ---

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Our address is 190 Sunset Hill Road, Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
Our cottage was known as the Brayton Cottage in the early 1900s
Sunset Hill is a ridge overlooking with New Hampshire's White Mountains to the East
and Vermont's Green Mountains to the West



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