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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by GoodForAnother, Jul 21, 2020.
It's for their submarines.
This looks like if 4 houses tried to teleport somewhere but came out grotesquely fused on the other side.
- some guy on reddit
Pretty sure this house is two single wide trailers merged together.
it’s called splinching
At least there is a coherent "style" to this thing.
I hear bowling alleys really help resale value.
Looks like Charlie Daniels' body
LOL I just googled his house IRL because that was my first thought...THIS IS HIS PLACE
They're literally neighbors. 1818 and 1802 N Burning Tree Circle.
whoooa really? LOL
Jermaine O'Neal's house is for sale near me if anyone wants to be neighbors
I see no outdoor cooking space, so I'm out
Nice humble brag.
Mahomes is also my neighbor
We have now dropped the humble part.
I mean I still have to dress up like a ninja and climb a few walls while avoiding armed security when I'm stalking him
Kim kardashian just moved in next door, hate seeing this eyesore every time my chauffeur drives me past it
Why am I just learning that we are neighbors?
This is a few towns over from us. They pay 205k annually in property taxes.
is that actually their house? the second pool that requires transportation intrigues me
Not McMansions but needed somewhere for this. How sad
1. There's no way I believe that the photo on the wall outside of the oval office room (all three of W, Obama, and Trump) was put there by whoever lives/had been living there.
The electric floorboard heaters by the tub are my favorite detail.
holy shit that is spectacular
wtf is wrong with people?
high curb appeal!
This one just keeps getting better as you click through photos
How are you going to spend all that money on stone work an have 99 cent cement borders around your courtyard palm trees?
Siri, show me a house a woman has never visited
Giant houses are not McMansions. They are mansions. McMansions are smaller houses that want to be mansions.
1) Masonry had to be 75% of the budget.
2) The cabinets filled with glass bottles and porcelain cats. What am I seeing there exactly?
3) Another 10% of budget had to be spent on that spaceship shower thing.
4) 0.00005% of budget spent on the "theatre."
5) Water park style backyard was a fun choice.
6) Is that a fucking observatory in their backyard?!?! Didn't even know that was a thing you could purchase.
7) Am I now seeing a permanent model train landscape in the backyard as well???
8) The wine cellar looks like it was made by Disney Imagineers and it's not even one of the most unusual aspects of this home.
I love the small propane tank grill on the balcony in the bottom left. Really ties the whole place together.
That's Pablo Escobars house
That house is perfect for Riverside, like the idea of what rich people's homes are
outdoors electric train setup is... woah
8,500 sq ft and 4 bedrooms seems... impossible
I appreciate the "let's make this tacky... on a budget" rooms
Do you you need a mirror on the dresser there?
One of our neighbors has one. He’s an astrophysicist based out of Cali who runs it remotely because the viewing conditions are so good here. It doesn’t compete on projects with large mountain-based observatories because it lacks the necessary power/resolution, but it’s enough to do the routine survey drudge work-type stuff.
It's officially added to my over the top Powerball dream house wishlist. Right behind bowling lanes and right before massive built-in salt water aquarium.
We're like ten posts into that house and haven't even broached the Pirates of the Caribbean theme.
Same here. But opposite order
nice rack on the naked chick in the media room
More on the Riverside house
I particularly liked this quote
The views from this estate are stunning, but what if you tire of them? Cast your gaze to the heavens in the sci-fi-themed observatory. Dubbed “Skystation Dorothy,” it’s equipped with a 14” telescope, stainless steel bunk beds, and what we can only assume is a supercomputer from 1985. Be careful. We think it might try to take over.
What the seller loves about this home
My favorite part of this home is that although you are only 1 mile from the city center, you feel like you are on your own private island! Quiet and private. So much natural landscaping, It feels healthy just being there!
I'm calling bullshit on that, seller. Your favorite part of this home is all the crazy pirate shit you put in there.
Hard pass on spending anything in Riverside.