This waterfront home is located at 1202 Gloucester Lane in Virginia Beach, VA. It was built in 2007 and has been on the market ever since. It boasts 13,490 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, elevator, home theater, sauna, outdoor kitchen, swimming pool, fire pit, boat dock and an indoor tennis court that doubles as a basketball court! That’s a very rare amenity to have in a home! Sure, most homes of this caliber have the usual home theater, gym or wine cellar, but this home is one of a handful of homes that I know of that have an indoor tennis court. Pretty cool! However, the other interior rooms as well as the exterior of the home are nothing to brag about. It is listed at $3,500,000.

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  • Daniel

    The good news is Irene is still a major hurricane…




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    • joejoe509

      Yeah what’s with all these undesirable Virgina homes lately? Kenny trying to make a point? lol




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  • joejoe509

    Meh. That tennis court would be my new helicopter hangar. haha




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  • Grrrowler

    I was looking for a place in an area that I don’t really like with an interior that would give me a sense of being in a mobile home, while costing thousands of times more. This perfectly fits that bill. I love how the detailing on the Escher-esque staircase, and in fact in the entire house, has been kept to the bare bones minimum. It’s nice that it’s been “dumbed down” so to speak so that we don’t have to think too much about extraneous things, like attractive rooms. Plus, the total lack of detailing means there’s less to clean.

    A few velvet paintings of Elvis and some sad clown art scattered around the various rooms, and this would be the pride of the trailer park…er, neighborhood.




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  • Nick

    As crappy as it gets…




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  • NOVA Ben

    This has all the charm of a nondescript half-vacant office building. And seriously…has anyone looked this up on birds-eye-view? Ugly doesn’t begin to describe it. It’s WAY too apparent that there’s a large indoor warehouse-like area under the roof, it just looks awful.

    Which brings up the tennis court…maybe if you live in Northern Minnesota, or the Seattle area where weather seriously hampers outdoor activities for a lot of the time, why the hell would you have an indoor tennis court? In VA Beach? It makes no sense. It makes the home ugly as sin, takes up a lot of space on an already cramped lot, and is just plain stupid.

    On the market since it was built? Chop the price by a nice round million, wash your hands of this mistake, and pretend like it never happened.




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