I have two jobs. At my first job I spend a lot of time in a cubicle, well, about 39-40 hours a week. The building is relatively new--built within the last 10, or 15 years. It's a good building, as buildings go...
My second job takes place not in an office building, but in a converted home, in a pioneer home, in Walter Grover's home. Here's some Facts:
Built in 1880
In 1938 a kitchen, a small bathroom, and two small bedrooms were added to the house
The walls of the original structure are made of rock and are two-feet thick
If you visit the office of Knox Capital Group/Bob Aamodt, Inc., you can see what's inside for yourself. These are just a couple of interesting pictures of what it looks like inside.
I'll take some pictures of the outside of the building at a later date. It's a great building. If you're interested in how to turn a pioneer home into a functional and beautiful place to work and/or live, you should drop by and have a chat with Bob. It will be worth your time.