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  • Daniel

    A pretty cool house. Not much I don’t like. The 1950s kitchen/family room with the dozen chandeliers would be the major re-do for me.

  • Grrrowler

    I generally like it. I think the back is much more attractive than the front. I really dislike the treehouse porte-cochere, which just looks weird.

    I do like that the interior isn’t the typical western-themed log cabin design that seems so common with this type of house. I don’t see a single Native American blanket or antler chandelier in sight, and that’s a good thing. The theater isn’t great, but it’s actually not the worst I’ve seen. I actually like the kitchen, but the light fixtures are a little overwhelming. I could actually see myself living in this, and it would make a dandy vacation house.

    In a $10 million house, I would expect something better than a Home Depot hot tub; something set into the ground with heated stone coping would have been a nice touch.

  • Eric

    Seeing this house “Bed and breakfast” comes to mind immediately, being so close to Park City Utah is a bonus as well since it is a rather progressive and touristy small town.

    I am not a personal fan of “log cabin houses” But I as well am surprised that, from what I see, I do like this house.

    Theres something about the old style turn of the century bathrooms and kitchen that I like. I wasn’t sure at first, but the more I look at them the more I like the fact that, against the odds of SO Many other similar houses, these actually follow a theme.

    And for ONCE the master Bath is tucked away in a nice private area, with a fire place as well. Any other house I would say it would be over the top, but for some reason it works in this house. (not sure about the lounge chair though)
    The bed rooms also seem spacious and well done.

    Again have to say this would make a great “B&B”
    Seven bedrooms, Five acres, and for under 10million?
    Not a bad deal.

  • Teddi

    I hate every piece of tile, all the tile work and all the fireplaces in this house. I believe that only in very particular instances should grout ever be seen, and those instances never apply to white tiles. I can’t even say anything about the rest of the house because the tiling bugged me so much. I know it was the look they were going for, but all I kept thinking was bathroom tiles at bible camp.

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