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    Daniel

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    Gorgeous. I really like how they added modern elements but still kept it authentic. The only thing I would need to get accustomed with is the giant courtyard and floorplan. It seems like it would be a main to go from one side of a house to the other. Price seems reasonable, and I would take this in a heartbeat over Le Reve or Champ D’Or.
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      Daniel

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      It seems like it would be a pain*…
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    Grrrowler

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    This is beautiful. People who build “European-style” houses in this country and then make it look like a museum inside need to take a lesson here. You can have an amazing (very) old house filled with modern comfortable furniture and it works wonderfully. I suppose my only complaint with it would be that the ratio of bathrooms to bedrooms is extremely low. I’m guessing more could be added. Like Daniel said, for the price I’d much rather have this than any of the pseudo-French steroidal mega mansions in this country.
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      Iemand

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      cultural differences: we don’t see the point of having so many bathrooms. Although 15 (!) bedrooms is quite a lot and than 3.5 bathrooms is not that much.
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        Grrrowler

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        I do understand that. But, the European houses I’ve been in have had ratios of bedrooms:bathrooms closer to 2:1, not the 5:1 of this place! I still love it though :-)
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          Iemand

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          You right about that. This ratio is a bit off indeed.
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    Al Robinson

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    If anyone wants to see it as an areal view, in Google Earth, it’s coordinates are: 50°45’47.48″N 5°18’3.00″E
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