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  1. 1

    Grrrowler

    I suppose the easiest way to get an indoor/outdoor feel in the desert is to make the entire interior the color of sand.

    That said, I don’t mind the house itself. There are some really lovely details inside and out, although the furnishings are uninspired and completely predictable. Without touching the interior background, more unique furnishings could make this very interesting. Still, I wouldn’t pay $32,000,000 to live in any desert.

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  2. 2

    Daniel

    Good grief. $32 million? Aren’t there still foreclosures in this area for a third of the price?

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    Otessa Regina Compton

    I like the exterior; however, the interior and the furniture I can do without, nice view of the mountain.

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    opinionfree

    The Euro/mission/rustic exterior settles into the desert setting beautifully. They should never have included interior photos. Forget the furnishings, the interior design elements are yucky. This will need a lot of interior improvement to balance out the lovely exterior.
    Yes, it’s big. But this isn’t a $32M house. I’d have trouble with this as a $12M house.

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    Venom

    $32 million, $1000/sq.ft for Arizona? Hell no. Hell no.

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