Hoovie predicted Doug doing house reviews
Don't care much for the brick McMansion next door. I would build a huge garage far away from the house on the property.
This is like watching 90 days show lol Don't do it Hoovie shes in it for the green card lol
Just go watch obsessed garage
How about a mother-in-law's suite in the second floor of this garage to house the Wizard?
350K views and not a single comment?
You should put some windows over the front garage doors so it doesn't look as plain
“I bought the ugliest house in Kansas, with the most concrete I could find.”
I'd love to see an AMC Eagle in that garage...
I would love to live across the street from tyler
Suggestion: An electrical outlet every 3 feet for BATTERY TENDERS! :)
Put a pool table and a bar
The best design would be to just drive through the front without an additional driveway at the side. This should be possible and obviate the need for more driveways and more doors. And since you're blocking some windows you should ask your architect about expanding the living space along the back so that you don't look outside and only see a monstrosity of a garage. Is an underground garage not possible? Front door definitely looks scary, it needs landings, half walls, railings, etc
Next video: I bought the cheapest 6 bedroom house in the US, Wizard tells me everything that's wrong with it.
Keep Some spare space to keep Some tires and stuff like that, Will definitely come I handy
doesn't one need a permit to build and park all those cars in your backyard. i believe i read somewhere that a guy got into a huge court fight with his city over that. but good luck
Ha, So you’re doubling your Mortgage then getting a construction loan for that much again.
looooll mortgage is only 1300? God i wish I lived where you lived
Nice house but living next to power lines isn't healthy.
No ultimate garage is complete without a urinal! Put that in and you will be my hero! 🕺🏼
What's the rook line going to look like? Congrats Hoovie!
Hoovie that backyard is big very big, plant some trees!
That is one very nice house!
Put an apartment above the garage.
I really like the home; the windows are high enough in the interior space to allow light in and has privacy in some areas......the over hang of the roof over the windows are large which aid in keeping inclement weather from causing major problems in the future with the windows leaking....and the roof is flat with minimal trees around so solar can be placed on the home.....Tesla Solar Wall vid. The garage has high ceilings for car lifts and with the addition you can build a second office in there to separate camera crew or guest from the interior of your home, you may want to add an additional air handler or ac/heater in the space with a ventilation system for car exhaust so you will not have to worry about poison gases during cold winter months and opening the doors.This is DREAM home goals......also the home has a lot of land. That would be a plus for me because I want a green house on the back of my home but HOA may not allow it in the area I looked at so now I look to the mountains in GA. Think about fencing it in and having a nice garden in the back with a pool and green house........now that's moist. Congrats on the home now I am jealous enough to go work hard to get my own. I hate renting something I will never own and also having people who I don't want coming in at any time they feel they can coming in violating my privacy to be messy.
You may want a bigger AC unit with the additional Sq ft
That's the home I want........high ceilings for car lifts, car workstation, and workstation office......but not that big of a home (3 bed 3.5 bath).....I will just mess it up with garbage. Literally!
convert the door openers to jack shaft style (see liftmaster 8500 or similar) to gain height clearance, center drains in the concrete, 100% all epoxy flooring or fancy tiled floor, plugins at counter height, cabinetry, slat wall, continuous work benches, 230V/1Ph power for compressors, run all stainless steel air lines with drop downs at various places that need air. hot and cold water for pressure washer so you can wash your cars. turn the drive through garage door into a full size single door. oh and do 8' high doors for extra clearance in case you ever get a jacked up lifted truck or jeep. Ethernet cable runs for 24/7 camera recording in the garage,/ outside garage and at the back of the garage. lots of lighting. maybe a proper vent system so you can have an area to run the cars inside the garage?
it's such an eyesore when there's a decently nice brick facade and the remaining 3/4 of the house is cheap ass paneling.