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    Daniel

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    And Grrrowler gets his Lichtenstein! Some interesting bits. Nice to see that it isn’t overdone with horrible faux finishing or oversized, overstuffed furnishings and swag curtains.
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      Grrrowler

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      I’m happy to see the Lichtenstein, although it clashes somewhat with the Warhols.
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    Grrrowler

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    Wait, is this in London? I love the exterior. I love the interior. I don’t love the interior inside this exterior. I just noticed the name of the street, which is totally fitting considering the contemporary meets traditional aspects of the house.
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    rob

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    What GGGGGGGRRRRRRRRRRRROOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWLLLLLLLLEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRR, said. I don’t like this interior with this exterior. But overalll it looks like a fine solid home. Reminds me a lot of some of the main line manses. Price seems fair too.
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    Chris

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    The price seems about right and the exterior is to die for. The dining room is the only thing I really care for interior wise.
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    C

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    Have always liked this house. It was listed for $4.5 m and sold for $3.8 back in ’08. Market ain’t up so its priced high. but a great house. This is a brochure from then. http://ursulahenry.harrynorman.com/Teams/144808/ContentFiles/200londonberry.pdf
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    C

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    also, if you look at the brochure vs the now pics… it looks like the bought most of the furniture too.
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    mac22

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    Gorgeous exterior masonry and I like the clean understated interior and furnishings. Alot to like here.
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    ZigZagBoom

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    The dormers are clumsy looking and it’s a bit over landscaped, but it’s generally pleasing to the eye.
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