Jun 21st 2010 3:26PM Oh, yes please. Love the use of dark. Love the lighting. Love pretty much everything. No wish to live in Miami but hey, if I could afford this, it would be a holiday home, no?
May 25th 2010 12:03AM Yes, please. A random act of philanthropy could see my children and I enjoying that house greatly. Fully furnished, if you don't mind.
Winsome and wonderful.
May 18th 2010 3:25PM Not bad.
The triptych would have to go (very quickly) but overall, nice. Frou Frou sure but with "some" constraint.
May 17th 2010 3:00PM Love it! Loved it on Real Estalker, too. What a sense of drama! Admittedly, I would take down the photograph of the kids and have it replaced with some portraiture, but this placed needs to be enjoyed with elan and not lived in with boredom.
DJ with you on the dead conquests - could live without that quite easily - but I do love the hands atop the ladder in the study. Very Tim Burton. In fact, they'd be the perfect tenants - Tim Burton and Helena Bonham-Carter. Or me.
May 14th 2010 4:36PM Well. The grounds look nice. That is, until I see how 'green' the lawn is (in California - get a grip).
So in the interest of not saying anything truly horrible, I just won't.
Alright - this is VILE. From the porte-cochere that is too big to the 'everything' inside.
May 12th 2010 3:47PM Love it.
Gorgeous European feel and flair for colour. Very OTT but then, if these buildings didn't want to ape European style, they shouldn't have built them that way. Mind, I'd probably want to get rid of the superfluous white frippery on the windows.
Think I would want it as a 'stop over' pad rather than as a main house - only so much drama allowed.
May 5th 2010 2:53PM I love it. If you aren't being 100% authentic (not a good look when you have children) then this is the way to go.
I hate the term "window treatment" because I don't have a window doctor and it is just a pretension - horrid. They are curtains, drapes, blinds, etc. These curtains are super abundant and (in my humble opinion) suit the over-the-top richness of the house. And they don't look like some cheap staging lady hit up the place, thank goodness.
Sorry guys - have to disagree on this one - I'd take it lock, stock, and smoking barrel.
May 4th 2010 2:22PM I hope no professional agent took those photos - they're shockers! Nothing like checking out a too-dark room.
This is truly a house, not a home; soulless. Dated. Overpriced.
Apr 29th 2010 1:27PM Oh!
Sure, I'd tweak here and there but otherwise, GORGEOUS.
All those beautiful colours outside and the serenity of inside. Yum.
Of course, it looks as if it has never had a child inside. I could cling-wrap my kids?