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    Joseph

    You’ve made a typo in the first sentence. It isn’t Bedford Hills, CA.

    The house itself is nice, and I like it better than any modern contemporary that is pumped out of CA, FL, AZ, etc. The best thing about this house is that it is brutalism at its finest. Bare concrete is hard to make attractive, but it works in this scenario. The interior feels warm as well. Now I don’t know why you would have a Gypsy Wagon, is it a guest house of some sort?

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      Kenny Forder

      Oops, thank you!

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    Daniel

    You can tell immediately this is from the early 1980s. I appreciate that it seems like a very well taken care of time capsule. I would almost be tempted to leave it as-is and furnish it with furniture from the same period. I could see Martin Scorsese using this in a Casino/Goodfellas-esque movie.

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    Grrrowler

    I hate the kitchen, and the bedroom needs a little help, but I like the rest. Some of the rooms could look good with just a decent decorator. The concrete exterior actually helps it blend into the surroundings pretty well.

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    BJ

    This house screams Bret Easton Ellis, John Hughes movies, BMWs, yuppies and cocaine. That is all. I’d take it in a heartbeat. A stunner.

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    Brian

    I agree this is a beautiful, elegant estate. It seems to me, though, that you could replicate it for no more than $20M. Spacious as it is, it is not actually that large a residence and there are no complex details, even though the design is pretty superb throughout. So, an artistic triumph, but questionable value.

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