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  • Grrrowler

    It’s quirky, it’s ethnic, it’s architecturally interesting, and it has a circular staircase leading directly into the pool; I absolutely love it. This is obviously not to everyone’s tastes, but it has SO much more character than yet another beige mock-Med filled with heavy brown furniture. This is the first house on this site in a very long time that has actually excited me.

    • Sam

      +1 on everything you said

  • Daniel

    Very unique home. The Santorini inspired architecture is pretty cool, though I don’t think I could live with it for very long.

  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    Zillow says that it last sold for $ 10.6 million in 2006, when the real estate market was at its peak. And now, when we still aren’t, quite, out of a recession, the sellers want more than twice as much? Realtors do have a sense of humor . . .

  • Sam

    Nice combination of modern and arts & crafts style or whatever. Very unique and a breath of fresh air compared to all those mediterraneans typical of Florida.

  • Venom

    I kind of like it, but if you are not having cocaine filled, hedonistic pool parties every night, then this is kind of pointless.

  • Andrew

    Really? I don’t get all the love, seems pretty ordinary to me. Kind of greek on the outside, not too awful, but nothing special either. Inside? ‘Classic’ columns crash with ‘rustic’ beams on the ceiling while the chairs decorated with antlers add a touch of log cabin and bottle-encrusted wall (?!?) adds a touch of pub out in the woop-woop, circa 1980… all that’s missing is a bit of ‘french inspired chateau’!
    I don’t mind the dining room, it seems calm and breezy and not as confused as the rest of the house.
    And the price? I don’t know the area, but it seems much too high for what’s on offer here.
    All in all, I give it one star.

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