Decoded: the Most 'Seamless' Listings in the Country

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[1434 La Senda Pl, Dallas, via Trulia]

One of the more common "seamless" aspects of real estate listings is the transition between interior and exterior, or, in the case of this place, exterior and...not part of the property. "The granite deck is bordered by things that we were not allowed to put granite on top of." Is any of this even desirable? It must be, because why else would they include it in the brokerbabble? Also, not for nothing, but if you were pressed to identify just one seam separating outdoor spaces from outdoors, "chain link fence" would be a pretty solid pick.

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[3417 Princeton Ave, Dallas, via Trulia]

You see, in "today's living," sometimes people want to go to an upstairs room, but sometimes they want to stay downstairs, where there are different rooms. People are going into all kinds of rooms these days.

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[8645 N Dean Cir, River Hills, via Trulia]

There might be just a few seams, though.

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[3940 Rookwood Ave, Indianapolis, via Trulia]

So seamlessly, in fact, that you can't identify either one!
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