Nov 6th 2006 11:27AM I've never heard of a 2 million dollar 19,000 square foot house, much less in the 3rd most expensive housing state in the continental US! This however strikes me as an odd location for a large home in the state. I agree with you Spectacular Bid the Hunt Country home is a real mansion and makes this look like rubbish, size would be a good substitute for quality in S. California but not in that state.
Jul 11th 2006 12:25PM It's so cheap they should sell it at Wal-Mart!
Jul 1st 2006 5:21AM Whoops I read your question wrong, it doesn't matter if you have a saloon or coupe in a large city or otherwise, just a matter of preference on the car or your needs/wants.
Jul 1st 2006 5:17AM Not much parking, or hard to come by. Also you can get away with it in such a large city as New York, everywhere else people drive their own car, park it, then come back home in it so it would seem pretentious especially, and unnecessary.
Jul 1st 2006 5:08AM I was watching this conference (on TV.) An American hero
Jul 1st 2006 4:49AM What a sad blog. You can't even buy a katana for 4,000 and there are plenty of designer knives that cost more than this, a carbon-fiber sword, sure it would entertain the trendy, but I imagine this sword would break under use (of any kind)
Jun 5th 2006 4:46PM If he's a car expert as mentioned in the article, I can't imagine what it would do for the brand (concerning the "Maybach is a new money car" sayers who can't even afford one). Even more interesting is that it seems to be a 57S, but with a color scheme and interior more akin to a normal 'bach.
Jun 1st 2006 6:02PM Hopefully you won't post another ad Stayphany, and hopefully those two brothers didn't sleep in the same bed
May 22nd 2006 1:32PM There's plenty of people who have enough cash, but I wouldn't normally equate "Seattle" with "upper-class". If I were a high level person at Microsoft would want this home.