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  • Al Robinson

    I don’t know why I always have a hard time imagining a home when I’m looking at a map. Floors plans are always so crowded with information.

    Joke: That map needs a map to find it’s way around.

    That looks like a complicated floorplan. But maybe it’s still just me. IDK. 🙂

  • opinionfree

    This whole thing is a pinch misleading. It’s a conglomeration of multiple, barely connected apartments. Thankfully, much of the integrity of the structure hasn’t been sacrificed to connect the pieces together. It serves a place within our modern definition of an ‘extended’ family residence. It is however, not what most would consider a single family home.

  • Daniel

    Too. Many. Walls.

  • Grrrowler

    The lower floors are warrens of many many rooms; it looks like a maze. The upper floors are also warrens of rooms, just larger rooms.

  • Eric

    If I had to make a guess, I would say the “Combined” these residents with then intention being able to “separate” them again at some point in the future.

    Because if you were to REALLY combine space into a 60k plus “house” you would start by knocking down most interior walls.


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