Jul 23rd 2010 3:58PM DJ, I totally agree. Very charming!
Jul 19th 2010 3:12PM Beautiful!! I was surprised tho, to hear this was in Atlanta. It's more like Tuxedo Park, New York, or Greenwich. It still looks brand new. Who was the architect?
Jul 3rd 2010 4:14PM How does anyone establish the authenticity of such a car? How was it stolen from the Romanov's, and by whom ( they obviously didnt give it away) and find its way to Germany? Who is the mysterious German collector? Are there any documents establising it's lineage? Yes, I'm skeptical, but I'd be more inclined to agree with "Zurs" and his comments. Even tho he says it is "rumored" that it was never delivered to the Tsar", that's just as ambiguous, but more believable than the statements in the article, "it is said to have belonged to the Tsar", and "it found it's way into the collection of Ringling..." etc. Who can verify the alledged royal and historical pedigree of this car? And who would buy it for $7 million based on these so called "facts"?
Jun 27th 2010 4:19PM An amazing piece of property! I love the seclusion and the heavily wooded site, and the interiors have been beautifully done. The bathroom is particularly nice. I wouldnt change a thing. The setting is absolutely gorgeous!!
May 20th 2010 8:07PM The house and property......absolutely gorgeous!! I know it's Malibu, but 14 million still seems a bit optimistic.
May 12th 2010 12:44AM While not a "loft" in the true sense of the word, I love this modern space. Luckily, all of the interior design missteps seem to be on the 2nd floor, notably both bedrooms. Something interesting could have been done with the large landing space as well. I would love to see the bathrooms, but I'm sure there is a good reason while we didnt. All in all, nice pad. By the way, I probably missed the news, but why should Jane be living in a 4x6 cell for the rest of her life??
May 6th 2010 3:03PM Even tho some of the pictures are blurry and of poor quality (I'm very surprised the seller would let a photographer get away with that...it's very distracting), the house is gorgeous and the property is spectacular. I love the privacy and isolation.
May 3rd 2010 3:43AM Astounding!! This "ranch" is really a modern day version of the "great camps" of the Adirondacks popularized by the likes of Marjorie Merriweather Post (Post cereal fortune) back in the 20's, except on a massive scale. Her "winter" home was none other than Mar-A-Lago, now owned by Donald Trump. Post's camp, Topridge, built in 1923 is still in use today as a private residence. The price of Topridge would probably be comparable in price to BootJack Ranch if converted into todays dollars. Strangely, or insanely enough, there a quite a few ranches of this magnitude located in Colorado, Montana and Idaho. Where DO they get all - that - MONEY?? (rhetorical:)
Apr 27th 2010 10:18PM That Mildred Pierce is indeed a remake of the 1945 pic starring Joan Crawford in her only Oscar winning role.