What's your favourite house design?

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Oncefallen

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I've always found Hobbit living to be intriguing

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Nemakiza

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I'm going with Underwater Ocean Hotel. That's correct, a first of its kind. I want to live at the Underwater Ocean Hotel while I manage and work there. Location is a question but maybe near Puerto Rico.
Even in Tanzania there is one. It is in Zanzibar. You are welcome. :) :):)
 
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Nemakiza

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I used to make custom houses in The Sims game and they were really like my dream homes, but I don't have any pics of them and they were on my old computer. The closest I've seen in real life would be something like this..

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I like it, you go straight to the beach after lunch.:):)
 

butterfly712

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a nice cute cottage in the mountains with a stream.
 

Lynx

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It is a good thing to dig up some old threads. Others should stay buried. This one... is kind of in between. I can't tell if thread necromancy is good or bad here. I think this is more of an "eh, why not" thread disinterment. Still trying to decide if that glass shower door link is a deliberate advertisement...
 

Magenta

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I used to make custom houses in The Sims game and they were really like my dream homes, but I don't have any pics of them and they were on my old computer. The closest I've seen in real life would be something like this..

This is gorgeous. I always liked that house that Emily Thorne lived in. It was roomy but simple and unpretentious, with lots of windows looking out on the ocean, and a wrap around veranda. I also like the way it looks to be floating above the ground :D



 
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Hellooo

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I toured the Hemingway House in Key West once, it's incredible.
The descendants of his cat still live on the property.

 
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I don't have a specific favorite home architectural style but I definitely appreciate houses in historic neighborhoods, where everything doesn't look so cookie-cutter
 

zeroturbulence

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This is gorgeous. I always liked that house that Emily Thorne lived in. It was roomy but simple and unpretentious, with lots of windows looking out on the ocean, and a wrap around veranda. I also like the way it looks to be floating above the ground :D



I prefer the evil Grayson's family mansion. :rolleyes: (well the son wasn't evil, at least not in the beginning)
 
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zeroturbulence

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...I mean Emily's house is nice, but its a little too 'one-dimensional' for my tastes.

Nolan's house looked like it could have been my favorite but I don't think they ever showed more than the first floor and the pool area. It had a nice infinity pool...

oh look there's Jack and Emily! ;)

 
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JaumeJ

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Boy is your op question a no-brainer for me. The response would have to be ranch style forever....
 

JaumeJ

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Something like this, although I usually think in terms of an L shaped house, always one floor, never more.