Guess the location of this mansion! Leave your guess as a comment.
I'll go with Ohio.
I'll give you guys a hint, it's in North America, and it's a single-family home.
Haha. Let me guess, you already know the answer?
That I do Kenny.
Beat me to it...I don't know why but "Indiana" popped into my head when I saw this home. I'll expand your guess to "Indianapolis and its suburbs"
Somewhere that trees are very very rare apparently.
I look at this and think Illinois, specifically southern IL.
Sitka St, Green Bay, WI
Place with that much grass has to get plenty of water...evergreens in landscaping implies northernish but swimming pool uncovered in the fall implies that it's warm enough to go swimming (pool's obviously heated though)...architecture is new/generic enough to be from pretty much anywhere...I'm going to say Ohio.
In the middle of nowhere...
(Hi guys, long time no see)
Welcome back Iemand.
This house is so ugly and tacky--- that it could only be in....
Kenny, I'll hold you back. Just don't hurt him.
Hey!! Stop hating on Jersey!! =P haha
X2 for the lack of trees. Seriously, it ain't Florida for God's sake, so hurricanes can't be the excuse...
And if you want a lesson on how NOT to plant new trees on your land, check out the large house just to the south and west of our subject house, on Morningwoods Ct.
What the hell???!!! Seriously, what the hell is with the pattern of those trees? That's just dumb.
And Morningwood? I could not live on a street named Morningwood without giggling each time I drove past the street sign (yes, I'm really 12 years old...deal with it).
That house is in Green Bay on Sitka Street. Just as beautiful on the inside as it is on the outside.
You've been inside? Nice! What kind of amenities does it have?
That's definitely in Wisconsin, I've driven past it before. This area of WI has no trees because it was farmland before the houses were built.
Are there city ordinances against planting trees on former farmland in Green Bay?
Not that I am aware of, the house is relatively new, so maybe the trees haven't grown up yet and there still small. Also, the (smaller) mansion just down the road from this one at 3184 Morningwoods Ct has so many new planted trees it is ridiculous.
Before I saw all the comments, I was going to say North Daktoa or Minnestoa. I was pretty far off apparently.
No, if you said Minnesota, you're just next door (state).
I could see that home even in California.
True story! I guess I wasn't too far off.
It's not a stone georgian colonial, so Greenwich is eliminated. I don't see anyplace for migrating sharks, so that eliminates Florida. My gress Ohio or Penn.
This is that manse in New Zealand taken from that spamming king.
Are you talking about this mansion?
montana its checkin in on my memory
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