This “multi generational” home was designed in 2004 and was completed in 2009. It was built by two brothers for their families and parents. It has identical wings that each have 8 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and a 3-car garage. Each of the wings has a separate apartment for the parents. They both share a grand foyer as well as an elevator that accesses all 4 floors. There is also a “ballroom” on the 3rd floor as well as a large entertainment area in the lower level. There are a total of 17 bedrooms, 13 full and 4 half bathrooms and 9 fireplaces. It is listed at $4,660,000. Hmm….don’t really have the words to describe this “home”, so I’ll leave that to you. The interior is just……..awful.

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  • Kieran

    Ew

    …Size on a budget




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  • Venom

    Looks a lot like this tacky chain hotel/motel that is being built in my town right now.
    Awful.




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  • Sam

    Urgh i agree with venom, the house looks really cheap and ostentatious, though i doubt it will turn many heads. It looks really built up and chunky, the interior is lacking alot of classiness and the rear garden looks like a public playing field. 3/10




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  • Daniel

    17 bedrooms? Honestly, if they wanted everything to be the same throughout couldn’t they have just bought a Howard Johnson and called it a day? Nearly $5 million for this crap? It’ll go for just over land value and the seller should discount the demolition charges as well. This isn’t a home, it’s an ugly duplex with a common foyer.




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  • Grrrowler

    I’m guessing that “unique” is a euphemism for the word ugly. The house is nothing but an over-sized duplex, with all the charm and style of a low-end furniture store.




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    • Kenny Forder

      yes, that’s what I was getting at hahaha




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    • Oliver

      literally all this is at the end of the day is a duplex… i mean i suppose it serves its purpose if you have a large family but seriously, you’ve got millions at your disposal to build a luxury home and this is what you come up with?? This is just cheap WLF construction with average height ceilings, no molding, and good god is that vinyl siding??? what a horrendous waste of money.




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  • Nalin

    well, at least this house served its purpose to that huge family, but its going to be really hard to sell that house to anybody. nobody wants 17 bedrooms for anything.

    quality > quantity




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  • Iemand

    That’s not much for a hotel…




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  • Joel

    I don’t know; I think it’s fine. I would love to have all of my family together like that. I think if the people who live there like it, that should be all that matters.




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  • BrysonThomas

    I think it looks nice from the front, and the only thing i like about the back is its “hugeness”… But on a house of this size and of this look its rare you see a back deck made of wood… It just cheapens the whole luxury look… And to be honest i think the foyer could have been bigger for a 17 bedroom house… Perhaps the designer just knows how to design huge homes lacking luxury appeal… i mean the builders look like they built the frame of the house and ran out of money and had to throw something together to finish the project… but then again, who am i to say




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  • Tay

    how come NO ONE knows how to landscape, or at least take part of that 4.6 mill and invest in a tree or two?




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    • Oliver

      what you didn’t notice the extensive landscaping consisting of three 1ft tall bushes in the center of the circle drive?????? LOL… seriously..




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