I dunno. I come to houseporn to see houses that are architecturally or historically or for other reasons interesting. Or maybe for those that are just beautiful. This one is neither. For example I don’t like the huge staircase with no structure in it.
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I could be mistaken but this looks like Arthur Griffith’s house (the guy who used to own the Vancouver Canucks)… His kids went to the same school I did
Info Eddy Murphy’s old place is up for sale. The house, located in Sacramento, California comes with 10 bedrooms (including a shrek-themed child room), 14 bathrooms (yes that’s more than 1 for every room), 4 wet-bars, tennis court, a gigantic swimming pool, and last
2 Things: 1.) If you meant “Alex Rodriguez’s”, as in the piece of shit Yankee cheater, then fuck that guy and his house. 2.) $4.5 Million and the front door opens up to the sidewalk, and not it downtown NYC or SF… 3.) Go
exposure make it look like a still from a trailer of a horror film in the South (which surprisingly is where they mostly are located) /u/Your_Post_As_A_Movie pls
Here’s the [source](http://susiesbigadventure.blogspot.com.ar/2013/02/almakkiyah-angawi-house.html) if anyone wants to look at the entire place.
I’ve been there. What’s interesting about this house, in addition to the unusual style, is the fact that it was never finished. Ever since the civil war, the family lived in the basement, the only completed part of the house.
It’s funny because this picture doesn’t capture the true immensity of this home. It really gives some credence to the phrase “That house deserves it’s own zip code.” Here’s a couple of aerial views: [Pic 1](http://ic.pics.livejournal.com/allysqpkt/16960377/55165/55165_original.jpg) [Pic 2](http://www.explorethecaliforniacoast.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Hearst-Castle-castles-258857_700_803.jpg)
You sure? Or maybe I’m just not describing it right – I’m referring to the transition point between rooms, where instead of a thin door jamb, it is several feet thick to create a mini passageway between rooms.
I agree. My comment was not about the overall size of the house but about aesthetics. This is not porn, barely average looking. Again it has nothing to do with the size of it. This is already pretty big.
Many of these buildings are models of the ones in Qatar. Edit: It is Qatar
I never took a close look at it before and kind of thought the boxy shape of it was a little weird, but this picture makes it look beautiful to say the least
George Little was a Kennebunk native who made his fortune as a wholesale supplier of beef and grain in Indiana. Upon retirement he returned to Kennebunk and built this house. Why he chose to build a house as narrow as an urban row house
Yep I bet this would look stunningly different in different colors. Although already the architecture is pretty awesome
Haha. My loft has giant floor to (16 foot) ceiling windows that line an entire side of the apartment. If I owned the place the first thing I would have done would be to get that film put on. I share your feelings about
Well, they may or may not say that, if it didn’t fit their style, but I’d hope they could say whether it was done well or poorly for that given style, even if they were not a fan. Regardless, I wonder if it is
It’s called [pseudo-Russian style](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_Revival_architecture) (or false-Russian style). That’s in fact a quite eclectic mix of elements of various origins, combined together in intention to build something that looks like it came from Russian fairy tales. Somewhat popular style in late 19/early 20 centuries.
Oh wtf, sorry I’m Dutch. This is foreign to me lol. Really fooled me thought it was in the distance with that other house, the yellow one to the left.
Here’s what I found: The house is about 10 years old. It was custom-designed and pre-cut by [Habitat Post & Beam](http://www.postandbeam.com/), which is located in Western Massachusetts. The house was then ferried in pieces to an island in Southern Florida. It was assembled at
I don’t know if this house is on Skaneateles – the one he redid on Skaneateles is on his website – (http://www.thomfilicia.com/portfolios/skaneateles-lake-house/51f970e0-75c0-463c-b927-26220aa613db) – I have seen it from the lake, and it is modest compared to many of the ones along the adjacent shoreline.
> I’ve seen exactly one black house I’ve probably seen 4 or 5 in this subreddit alone. They are pretty common in design. Getting to 120 every now and then isn’t that hot, according to wiki summers are only a bit over 100, which
I don’t think it’ll be out of place, because modern buildings like these are inevitably going to expand from the shopping district that is very close by. But since it’s first of many condos to come in this neighborhood, it does not quite fit
Or even the repair bill. If you own a cottage like that, you’re likely required by law to replace the thatched roof with another thatched roof. Back in the old days it was the cheapest way of roofing, but today it’s probably the most
Sure you can, it just requires that you buy it from an agent who arranges that shit. Your ice cream will cost about $20 a pint, but you’ll get it frozen. If there is a market, there is a way to get stuff. Ice