I have a few.
I live in central Florida, which has felt the housing bust quite strongly.
In a very nice area of town, an estate was selling the house of the person recently deceased. These houses were built between 1979 - 1981 and were rather unusual in design. You open the front door to see a very steep staircase leading up to the main level of the house. So you had to climb 15 stairs just after opening the door. Then you had the living room, dining area, and kitchen along with doors leading to a balcony looking over the backyard. On the left, from the top of the stairs, you could see another staircase on the left leading to the bedrooms and bathrooms. There was a large sub-level off the garage, like a basement, but not underground. Now, this house had the exact same furnishings from the day it was completed, including avocado green deep shag carpeting and tie-dye wallpaper. This wouldn't have been a problem, just a bit dated, if the carpet had been cleaned regularly. That was not the case here, the carpet had not been vacuumed in years. The floor was inches deep in flotsam and the house reeked of cats.
My family is vacationing together in the fall. We are looking to rent a home or cabin for a week. We will have 8 people in total. I can not believe the number of homes who advertise as suitable for 8+ people that only have one bathroom! We will have four men and four women, so one bathroom is a no-go.