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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by GoodForAnother, Jul 21, 2020.
I'm confused... as-is or with more interior space???
As-is, or buy a planned addition for $85m
If this site had a thread for LA residential architecture, I would be a regular reader/poster in that thread.
https://www.redfin.com/CA/Los-Angeles/8520-Skyline-Dr-90046/home/8173415 (former architect's home Pharrell later owned).
absolutely disembodied shrub
Oh my heavens it's over
Remove a couple dozen pieces of decor and I would live in this house.
Some of the woodwork in the flooring is beautiful.
That McCastle guy looks the trust fund Chicagoan part
That spice rack is aspirational
Which is not even the most wild part. They argued in court over which one killed a camel.
From an early age, Christopher Mark's philanthropic spirit began to manifest itself. As a young boy, Chris nurtured his interest in making quality items fit for sale in his local area. From selling painted rocks to creating toy figurines in the suburbs surrounding Chicago, Christopher's inventiveness continued into adulthood. As a teenager, Chris founded Mark Miniatures. The company produced exclusive collections of collectible, hand-painted figurines of various themes and periods of time. Chris Mark continued to produce the lead-cast figurines for over 20 years. At the company's peak, the figurines were offered in catalogues such as Bergdorf Goodman as well as other exclusive retail sales channels. The gift sets produced then remain highly sought after by miniature collectors around the globe. As a descendant of the legendary steel pioneer, Clayton Mark, Chris remains driven to create and bring his visions to life. In the early 2000s, Christopher's ingenuity and inventive nature guided him to draft plans for a 35,000 square foot castle estate in the mystical forestland of Woodstock, Connecticut.
Gotta love them starting with his philanthropic spirit but there being absolutely no examples of it, instead we learn he painted rocks as a child
What makes it philanthropic is that he sold those hand-painted rocks. Good man, imo.
Not really a McMansion but aspiring to be at a lower budget
Smart use of space.
Also had this guy never seen an over-range microwave before?
I don't even have to get off my stool to get my frozen pizza out of the oven?
Are you referring to the first house or this?
Probably owns a dick-height microwave
Ha that’s the same height for that guy!
What am I missing? Is microwave with integrated fan over stove top not fairly standard?
and yeah the oven/table combo is insane.
Our microwave is at face level
Just thinking about that poor person who doesn’t know how to use a microwave. Everything exploding all over their belly button…shuddering at the thought of a microwave being placed above a stove, which is the standard for pretty much all newly built home models
Not sure what is creepier the hands, fingers or the dirty fingernails. Definitely the eyes.