So this is house in the county I live in… “Welcome to Goldenhill in Hampshire, England, a 20,000 square foot, 11 bedroom house set in 11 acres, including a summer house with aquarium, lake, canal, a triple garage with a 2 bedroom flat above,
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Here’s some architectural nerdiness: that cottage is in the Gothic style, which was enormously popular from roughly 1840 to 1860. It was popularized by Andrew Jackson Downing, who published a very influential pattern book called Cottage Houses. Downing had a lot of ideas along
Oh wow way more common than I thought. That’s really cool. Thanks for responding and converting to miles for me 😉 haha
A private residence by Alexander Diem featuring a patterned timber facade. Here’s [an article by DesignBoom](http://www.designboom.com/architecture/alexander-diem-villa-am-see-by-the-lake-09-22-2014/) it.
If you take the train there you will drive past the US embassy also, big black building with lots of glass. I used to work in the area, but that was many years ago. The name Madserude allé just triggered my memory.
Incredible home! http://sothebysrealty.ca/en/property/british-columbia/gulf-islands-real-estate/bowen-island/34934
Believe it or not I know the kid who owns this house (or rather his parent’s house). Two of my best friends from high school went to college with him and we’ve all became friends since. I hope I can make it down there
[MORE PHOTOS](http://www.aspiremetro.com/traditional-l-plan-castle-for-sale-outside-edinburgh) It’s actually for sale, but the article convinced me I don’t want to buy it… I need a bigger castle.
I also am a bit uneasy about those massive eaves. Where I live the wind would pick that roof up like a kite and deposit it halfway up the hill, even if the house had its storm windows on. They don’t get a lot
[Here’s some yummy Haitian rum to sip while fantasizing about living there.](http://liquor.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/RB_Card_front_V1-Recovered-1024×737.png)
The Hobbit holes are all mainly props. The doors open but only go in a foot or two. Bag End is much the same but it goes in a few extra feet so they could film shots from inside with the door opening. The
> 1)You are objectively right because other people would agree with you Nope >2)It is selfish to spend one’s own money on a house Nope >3)It is greedy, if you are relatively rich, to not spend your money on people who are poorer than
[**More info**](http://www.impressiveinteriordesign.com/captivating-burlingame-residence-by-toby-long-design-and-cipriani-studios-design/) on this amazing house and, of course, more photos.
It’s not a render. Just a really good photo. Here’s the tripadvisor page of this villa: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g469404-d1170267-Reviews-Luna2_Private_Hotel-Seminyak_Bali.html
> Tasmania. With a ‘s’, not a ‘z’. Sheesh. [I’m not Sorry.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PuKM-oZxLk) >Also… ease off the crayons and cocaine. There are houses in Tasmania, we are aware. First one in this Subreddit.
For cleaning, I think it might be possible to simply climb on the roof and use long mops to reach into the inside of the glass. I’m just guessing here, but it probably wouldn’t be too bad for the tree because there are no
Let me tell you, that is one filthy rich arrondissement. This house must be worth tens of millions of Euros, no matter what corner it’s tucked into.
I can assure that in fact it does. Have you heard of the Summit Bechtel Reserve in WV? It is a newer facility owned by the Boy Scouts. On the site, this treehouse is a display of sustainability and eco-friendly engineering and architecture. Its
Houses in Rybnik designed by [jojko+nawrocki](http://www.jna.com.pl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=82) architects. Sadly the third house wasn’t built.
The house is amazing from one part to the other. [More info on the house and other pictures](http://www.impressiveinteriordesign.com/seven-level-house-nettleton-198-by-saota-and-okha-interiors/).
Not a fan of his music, but for sure has good taste on that bit of real estate.
Well only three but you could certainly turn one of those master walk in closets into a small kids room, or nursery, and turn the hers study and theatre into extra bedrooms too!
[Here’s their backyard](http://blog.sfgate.com/ontheblock/wp-content/blogs.dir/2283/files/the-castle-on-lake-tahoe/dock.jpg)… edit: [source](http://blog.sfgate.com/ontheblock/2015/04/07/the-castle-on-lake-tahoe-on-the-market-for-26m/#photo-618322)
You know, I can honestly say I would not want to live in this place. It feels like a hotel, not a house. Much like an upscale hotel, it’s filled with lots of nice expensive looking things, but it completely lacks any real warmth.