Just [googled it](http://www.yr.no/place/Canada/British_Columbia/Adams_Lake_Park/statistics.html) and it seems quite ok. And…don’t ruin my goals please, now it looks better in my mind, I don’t want it to be more expensive!
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It’s probably [listed for £12.5m](https://www.onthemarket.com/for-sale/property/surrey/?search-type=for-sale&view=grid).
Yeah you definitely don’t get a lot of natural light in there, I’d imagine. For someone like me, that’s actually just a plus, but I can definitely understand why other people wouldn’t like it. You’re also restricted from accessing most of the walls and
Well, it’s listed as a single story home but has an elevator so maybe the elevator is to get to and from the underground garage. It’s for sale at $24,999,000. Easily manageable if you put 20% down and mortgage it for 30 years at
The original site that the picture was actually on is no longer up. I also had no clue what was on the site. I do know that it is Mediterranean Architect
Colloquially, yes, it makes since for people to refer to the most famous or current owner. This house was built by a famous (for his time) person and had at least 60 years of being called either Casa Casuarina or The Amsterdam Palace before
There’s an awesome feature in the [BBC Documentary *Human Planet*](http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00rrd83) that I highly recommend.
Nope, that’s the King Island house, built on a sand dune (I’d love to know if it’s still there) source: http://www.lifestyle.com.au/tv/grand-designs-australia/episode.aspx?id=445003 This is the Dynnyrne Curved House: http://www.lifestyle.com.au/tv/grand-designs-australia/episode.aspx?id=445004 Also it’s Dynnyrne. 😀
Nah, I reckon they made up an award just for that house to win. I’m saving up for something a little closer to where we live haha, Cape Trib is a 8-10 hour drive from Whitsundays. Here’s two I wouldn’t mind owning close by:
I like it but it’s not secluded enough for my taste. This guy is lucky enough to have on close neighbor. But as long as we’re in the realm of fantasy, I want my one close neighbor to be a little further down the
I took this pic. An auction company is blasting the pics around. Hmm. Well, it’s a great private cove South of the Punta Mita Resort. http://www.lapuntarealty.com
I appreciate that this photo shows the reality of the living space while still making it appear beautiful. I remember seeing photos of this same house with comments mentioning how awful it would be dealing with leaves in the pool. Pictured like this it
[Found it](http://www.bing.com/maps/?v=2&cp=r2vwy87msxqj&lvl=19.47&dir=3.13&sty=b&q=N2218%20Bonnie%20Brae%20Ln%2C%20Lake%20Geneva%2C%20WI%2053147&form=LMLTCC#Y3A9cjJ2d3k4N21zeHFqJmx2bD0xOS40NyZkaXI9My4xMyZzdHk9YiZxPU4yMjE4JTI1MjBCb25uaWUlMjUyMEJyYWUlMjUyMExuJTI1MkMlMjUyMExha2UlMjUyMEdlbmV2YSUyNTJDJTI1MjBXSSUyNTIwNTMxNDc=). Kinda weird long driveways.
I have never been to Saratoga Springs, but [here is the Google Maps](https:[email protected],-73.7854578,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x8fd710e59bf1ee5c) to it. Also, I just found out that it’s now an Inn. I’m not sure if that defeats the spirit of this sub, as it’s technically not a home anymore.
I would not say it’s obvious to most viewers. It’s only obvious to those in the know (e.g. photographers) because we know the limitations of camera sensors. The purpose of HDR is to show you what you *actually* would see if you were there
[This is the MacLeay Mausoleum in Lone Fir Cemetery in Portland, Oregon. Donald Macleay, a native of Scotland, built it for his wife in 1876, who died after 7 years of marriage. When I saw this photo it immediately reminded me of some of
wow, that’s gorgeous, I agree that the wood would be quite the maintenance. The sun on the windows makes it next level.
Fleur de Lys, Beverly Hills, CA *What has been called the most beautiful estate in America is also the most patient: owner Suzanne Saperstein has had this mind-boggling mansion on the block since 2007 and the price has not come down a cent from
Beautiful homes in a great area. The outdoor plumbing is interesting since it looks like the houses next door don’t have the exposed pipes.
Hey man, just fyi the image in the OP is actually 768 x 1024 and not 2304 x 3072 like it says (they are full size in the album though). Also a little cropping/straightening goes a long way – http://i.imgur.com/db4QgzD.jpg The place looks really
Banyule Homestead (1846) Dorset Ave Heidelberg VIC 3084 Australia https://goo.gl/maps/kg6Sk
[Another Pic](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/05/St_Giles_House_Dorset.png) [A gatehouse](http://s0.geograph.org.uk/geophotos/02/96/49/2964999_2c6a604c.jpg) [Another Gatehouse](http://s0.geograph.org.uk/geophotos/02/96/49/2964999_2c6a604c.jpg) The estate still has a 1000 yard avenue of Beech trees, but I couldn’t find any great photos of it.
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.