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    horselips

    Breathtaking. Beautifully built and elegantly furnished. The elevation is dignified, as only a symmetrical house & grounds footprint can be. The interior embellishments are stately and complex without being bonkers-rococo. All tile floors is a very nice touch over crappy wood flooring. If I had to complain about anything, it would be that the whole thing is a bit beige…every room…beige. Bottom line – one of the most beautiful homes in its class, and one of the finest I have seen on HOTR. I don’t care what it costs, or even where it is, I’ll take it. Sold. Just send Kenny Forder the bill. Thanks Kenny! You’re a gem.

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    NOVA Ben

    Front elevation gives me a high-end in-patient rehab center vibe.

    I hope the build date justifies how dated the interior looks (couldn’t find when it was built).

    And for the love of God, can we just accept that the stated “architectural style” in 99% of real estate listings is, at best, like pulling a name out of a hat? I mean, seriously. This house is as faithful a representation of Tuscan architecture as Disneyworld’s Cinderella Castle is of the Castle Neuschwanstein.

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    Andrew

    Overwrought, overbearing and over decorated, just add a few strategically placed elephant tusks to make this disaster complete!

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    Teddi

    Whatever they spent to build it will pale in comparison to what it will cost in security to keep the residents safe.

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  5. 5

    JuliaStyles

    Looks like the perfect home for a gay mafia don.

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