It’s interesting to read about the guy who built it: [Ludwig II of Bavaria](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_II_of_Bavaria) >He succeeded to the throne aged only 18. Two years later Bavaria was effectively subjugated by Prussia, and subsequently absorbed into the German Empire. Ludwig remained King of Bavaria, but
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The copper and the sand tones are beautiful together aren’t they? I think that is why the stark red & white flowers seem so out of place. The landscaping should be something that complements the copper patina. I am also fairly certain that if
Some interesting facts: * Average price per night: $16,500 (£10,978) !! (wow!) * 6 Bedrooms * 10 bathrooms * 2 living / recreational areas * après ski area * gourmet kitchen with breakfast bar * fitness center – * around 4,500 square feet of
[Second Empire architecture](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Empire_architecture) was most popular from 1865 to 1880. Victorian house architecture hit its climax with [Queen Anne style](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Anne_style_architecture_in_the_United_States), which was most popular from 1880 to 1910, and is noted for a lot of gingerbread woodwork. Both styles make excellent settings for horror
I used to do a lot of real estate deals and I sometimes saw a rate bump for sod homes. I always wondered if I was going to run into one.
It depends on which lake it’s on. Just a couple examples: [Lake Vermilion, 1600 sqft $575K](http://www.edinarealty.com/homes-for-sale/5833-Lake-Vermilion-North-Tower-MN-55790-158239950) [Cross Lake, 3000 sqft $2.35 M](http://www.edinarealty.com/homes-for-sale/12634-Anchor-Point-Road-Crosslake-MN-56442-161032465)
The [stone barn](http://www.aspiremetro.com/inside-a-federal-style-stone-manor/) on this property is also hugely wonderful.
I’m 100% certain its Coverwood house in Ewhurst. The whole area around it is absolutely stunning. There’s a farm just below it that holds events at its lake, covered in lilies with a stone veranda and wild flowers.
Megan Ellison purchased this home a few months ago. I believe it was originally built by Merv Griffin. http://la.curbed.com/archives/2013/12/megan_ellison_buys_mt_olympus_supervillain_lair_for_30_million.php
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> *This is the view when approaching the master house. Long-stem native grasses on the roof add insulation but also make the house look as if it were just part of the landscape. Andersson says he drew inspiration from environmental artist Andy Goldsworthy for
I too am in love with Victorian style house but my dream is slightly different. I want to build a brand new house in the style on an empty lot. I’m studying to get my masters in structural engineering so part of the dream
Holy shit I’ve been to San Andres. Crazy place, it’s a tiny island in the Caribbean surrounded by shipwrecks and little islands. The locals are pretty amazing, I watched them clear an entire parking lot by the airport to play stick ball because they
When it was abadoned: View post on imgur.com >Photographer Kevin Bauman started the 100 Abandoned Houses project roughly a decade ago. He began photographing abandonment in Detroit in the mid-90s. He said he always found it to be amazing, depressing and perplexing that a
Indeed it is, thank for the info! Doesn’t seem to have an actual name, just that it is the castle in that village. Googling [castle Paraggi](https://www.google.se/search?q=wikipedia+castle+of+paraggi&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=qnZuU-m5IorMygOJ9ICoAg&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&biw=1120&bih=727#q=castle+paraggi&tbm=isch) makes for some nice houseporn.
Sorry, but I’ll have to pass. I mean, sure, the house is big and nice. But if I had that kind of money I wouldn’t settle with those shades. And I don’t care that they match the pool furniture – it’s ugly as hell
Beautiful! (If you’re willing to maintain all that greenery). I’m not sure I would lean against that railing on the 4th floor balcony though.
I love these old houses especially when they’re restored like this. With that said, I wouldn’t want to own it unless I could afford someone to come clean the windows from time to time. There’s about 20 windows on the front alone.
I’m guessing that Pillow was the owner, but it’s such a great name for the house. I would love to be a little kid running around on that yard, for some reason. Seems so carefree with that house.
I decided to crawl out of my mum’s basement and got a paper route. My next step is to move out. How much will this fine establishment cost to purchase?
I think that’s part of the allure. We’re all a slave to something, but there’s something romantic about being consumed with your survival, as opposed to your work for instance. That being said, you’re absolutely right that living in remote areas is not more
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While both are beautiful homes that I could be so lucky to own, I do have to say that the question is a no-brainier. The Colo home is stunning, it’s everything I long for in a house. 46 acres on one of the most