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Is everything all right with the text below? I know that text below is just a little bit strange, but I just want to know that everything is grammatically correct
My home is located somewhere in Chicago Illinois I have been living there for about 10 years. I'm not sure how to describe my home, but I call it a "shack" some of my friends call it a "penthouse" anyway it doesn't matter. So I live in Single-Family Home located at South Sangamon Street in Chicago illinois, but now I'm renovating this property. This property has 4 beds and 2 baths. The property has a lot size of 5,000 square feet and was built in 1904. This property has hardwood floors, high ceiling about 10 meters of height.
Thank you. I'm 19 years old, but my imagination is like 6 years old child =)
"Penthouses" are at the top floors of tall buildings. No one would call a single-family dwelling a "penthouse."
The city and state are always separated by a comma. Chicago, Illinois.
And it is strange to cite the lot size in square feet and then to switch to meters for the ceilings. A 10-meter ceiling is indeed tall. Are you sure it isn't ten feet?
Thank you for correction. I have to talk about my home in next English language lesson at school, so my teacher told me that I can to talk whatever I want, but not shorter than 5 minutes =)