There are houses, although impressive, that may not be everyone’s cup of tea.
Like this mansion in Redlands, Calif. That recently entered the real estate market for $ 5.97 million – a 12,759 square foot property that has a popular Facebook page asking all the right questions about some of the home decor choices.
It has probably become so very busy.
The house has 12 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms and is considered “the pinnacle of luxury living and Old World panache,” the listing describes on Zillow.com. As they look around, people will notice a cornucopia of “premium features,” including:
The real focal point of the mansion could easily be the master suite, which has its own living room, a double walk-in shower, a walk-in closet, a balcony and even a bathtub – literally in the bathroom. interior of the room.
There are a lot of things the fans on the Facebook page Zillow gone wild contested, but a majority seemed to revolve around this master suite.
“Come sit on the sectional and watch me bathe… nobody ever said,” one person said.
“When you get rich, but miss life in the studio,” said another.
“There is a kitchen missing in the bedroom,” one person observed.
“I feel like I looked in 10 different houses,” said another. “Did everyone in the family decorate a different section?” “
“At least the couch isn’t facing the bed or the tub,” another joked.
A group of fans and non-fans have also started targeting other rooms in the house, including one room that appears to have dance poles and one that has some sort of slide built into the wall.
“I’ll take ‘this person has too much money and no taste’ for $ 1,000, Alex,” one person joked.
“This house is too extra for me,” commented another.
“All these rooms and they couldn’t make it a designated laundry room?” One person asked. “They must have put the washer and dryer in the kitchen?” And where does the slide start? “
“Stripping poles? Another noted. “A slide? Scarface tub? Yes, I’ll take it. The check is postdated to 2045 though…”
And then, of course, there was the best of all: this bathroom.
“I’m almost 100% sure that’s where Tyrion Lannister killed his father,” someone commented below the bathroom photo, referring to “Game of Thrones”.