Don’t think about the pricetag, just enjoy the splendors that are found in these houses (36 Photos)

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  • Tiber_Septim

    #25 What the hell did they do to my Castle at Sancre Tor

    • Martin

      I'm sure your armor is still in there somewhere….

  • NebraskaChiver

    #12 I want. I need.

    • oldurp

      you suck. you blow.

  • tjbennett69

    Every time I see one of these galleries I wonder, who the hell can afford to live in these houses and where are they?

  • matt

    Steve Riser is a poop

  • RealZoo

    #1 #3 #11 I would never leave the house.

  • halfsmoke00

    #16 Yes please.

  • Ben

    what's special about #32 ?

    • Hansje

      Apart from that chair on the right that costs 5k (or was it 8k?) nothing really, who's gonna sit on that chair staring at the forest-wallpaper?

      • Ben

        Not really a chair guy, thanks for pointing it out. Looks rather ridiculous to have a 5-8K chair in an Ikea room.

      • Orukal

        Maybe so they could watch the TV, instead?

  • dominusvasilev

    More than half of these lack almost any sense of style and above average design, just shows that people like throwing away money on anything they can get their hands on as fast as they can.

    Come to Europe, you can see far better houses and interior decorations in every average Joe street ^_^

    • Rick

      Douchebag EuroWhores

    • oldurp

      so true. this is crappy lil stuff for crappy lil mericans.

  • heywood jablowme

    #18 trippy. I mean that literally, I'd never be able to walk up or down those stairs without tripping.

  • teslawasrobbed

    #36 It's nice to know the pizza delivery guy can walk straight in to your bedroom.

  • MonkeyMadness

    #11 Just imagine the larger than life porn you could watch on that screen!

  • Andrew

    #9 has a bong in it

    • TheVanityScore

      if it has a bong count me in

  • Noreaster104

    # 18 – Go home staircase, you are drunk

    • TheVanityScore

      #18 there ya go buddy. no spaces.

  • AnswerIt

    I've been to #13!

    It's a (huge) cabin you can rent in Gatlinburg. Not really all that expensive and little more than a regular cabin would be if you have a few people. When I first saw the shower I knew I had to have sex there.

    Here it is on vrbo, actually.

  • luka_

    #3 #9
    i want!! i need!

    other, just little too much for my taste, even if i had money, wouldnt waste it on stuff like that, part from those 2 below <p class="comment-thumbs"><a style="display: block; width: 135px; height: 105px;" href=""><img style="position: absolute;" class="comment-thumb" id="img-3-incomment-535575433" src="; alt="Image #3" border="0" height="105" width="135"><a style="display: block; width: 135px; height: 101px;" href=""><img style="position: absolute;" class="comment-thumb" id="img-9-incomment-535575433" src="; alt="Image #9" border="0" height="101" width="135">

  • Canucks_Rule

    #6 – want go there.

  • Rick

    #20 seems like an awesome idea for my next sink.

  • Kevrhutch

    imagine coming home drunk to this,,

    • Hampsterstand

      It's like the fricken gauntlet.

  • sfb101

    #12 Holy shit, is that a pool or a lake.
    #8 A bit more my speed.

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  • 3pleasantgentlemen

    #9 comes with some sort of homeless lady. Fancy!

  • manilovefilmsdylan

    #25 That window has a cool mustache.

  • Arrrrrrrrrrg

    Where are these places? It would be nice, if at all possible, to have a little location (City, maybe state, maybe mountain range, maybe region) to associate these things to.

    • littlegreenwoman

      I've been thinking that too! Every time I see these posts I want to know where they are!

  • K-1

    #11: This would be so great!

  • Roxy - Sash Windows

    The 1st image looks like the 'view' had been photoshopped into it. But I love the rustic feel of the house at image 23

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