The caboose is a 1,801 sf condo in Oceanside, asking mid-$400,000s:
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I wouldn’t want that bathroom to be the only one in the house, but I assume it’s fit into a very small space. Very Euro. The toilet especially, although it lacks the “observation platform” you often see overseas, especially in Germany.
I often joke that NATO needs to establish a technological exchange program between Europe and the US. They show us how to make decent bread, and we show them how to make a bathroom.
Realizing you were about to demonstrate how small the shower really was, all I can think of was “don’t be naked! Don’t be naked!” 😀
Thanks for the hilarious and impromptu shower demo – literally a dry run. You should of sat on the toilet to see if the glass window would make a good place to lean the leg 🙂
That train reminds me of back in the day when my wife and I were still common-law and lived on East Vancouver BC about a block west of Main and two blocks east of an ambulance barn.
More than once I was woken up around 3 or 4 am from an ambulance “firing up” to run our four way stop and then continue through the light at Main.
So, we were driving around looking at houses on our way in to San Diego and found a nice little tear down on really big lot.
List price: $900k. Realtor site says pending.
Say it with me. Tear. Down. $900k.
Ah, yes, there’s nothing quite like a “display tray” in East German toilets. Brings back memories. When I lived there in the early 90’s, I even remember my first experience with a plumpsklo.
I wondered… why are they giving me a bucket of water?
They should have simly not installed the shower door or the “shower pan”, and just sloped the entire bathroom floor towards a floor drain–quite popluar in asia, and a good idea in small places such as this one! Funny Video!
Oh gosh, my boss lived next to a train track in Carlsbad. The entire house shook every few hours. Damages the nerves. Never ever buy next to a train, freeway, or busy road.
Lots of multimillion dollar houses in Del Mar have the train go right in front of them.
I used to rent on the bluff and I had the full experience.
You get used to it. In fact, it is comforting after a while… 😉
Jake: How often does the train go by?
Elwood: So often that you won’t even notice it.
Wow, where is that train house? It looks like the first floor of the houses are actually below the train tracks, behind a retaining wall?
Hope you don’t have any fat friend visit that condo. They can’t fit in the shower and they shouldn’t use the toilet. Or you could put a cinder block under the toilet so it doesn’t break off the wall. A very funny video combined with the train.
hey I saw that SD beer bus last time I was over at the Stone brewery in Escondido. I thought it sounded like a fun idea too, but it’s a little pricey. $85 up to $200
Come on, that shower’s not so bad. You could stand sideways and take a shower just fine. I mean who built that. Thanks for the laugh.
That shower might work if you got rid of the shower door and put in one of those shower curtains with a curved rod.
Train horn=Doppler effect
Are there no minimum specs for showers? Is that shower to code, or can people just build whatever they want?
BTW, is this what you guys are talking about WRT the German toilets? Anyone able to enlighten us as to why they were designed like this?