Where is the sink?
EditIt is hidden in the middle.
Are there any more photos of this home?
Here is a link to more photos of the house.
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When the place is so good it looks rendered
I also live in a row house its vastly different than this lol.
The total lack of privacy is a tough sell. A higher floor would essential
I used to walk past these windows everyday, interesting to see the inside from another angle
I really like the execution here, some very good ideas. However, for 7 million, you would think they would hire painters that know how to mask before they painted the floor/stairs. I realize this is a show pic for the listing, but if you're going to sell the room as a kids room, maybe put some kids things in there.
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Anyone have a clue how much places like this actually cost in that part of the world? Looks gorgeous, good space without being HUGE, and the location itself is stunning!
It was a real struggle having to choose only one of these pics for submission.
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Photo by Felipe Camus.
Wow..I love how cozy it looks. Would be great for a retreat with friends and family.
Why is South American architecture so much better than everyone else’s?
"La Dacha Mountain Hut" Not sure they know what a hut is.
Project name aside, I really like the place, but there are probably things I'd want to change here and there.
The pictures don't do a great job of conveying the space, but It looks like a challenging space to capture
Wow! Just amazing!
What an amazing place!
I'm digging that vertical wood and marble color combos.
This is why I sub
Only thing missing would be a hot tub.
Is there a photo of the view from that window? WOuld love to see how far through the horizon you could see
For a sec I thought it was sf sub and a house with view on Earth.
“Hey let’s have glass walls in this place that’s below freezing 50% the time. That’s a logical decision”
The contractors and no one else.
I see you hiding over there crow !
Beautiful. I wonder what the front looks like
I always wonder if I'm ever able to purchase a house like this. I'm an engineer with a masters degree working full time and I still think twice about adding guacomole to my burrito
It’s beautiful but my parents bought a house years back that had vines climbing the outside. The inspector said they had to come down cause it would degrade the brickwork, so is it ok to have it climbing the drywall like that?
Ft. Greene got swanky. When I lived on St. Felix street in the 90s, I got to walk past a man pooping on the sidewalk.
Not bad but that outdoor patio looks like so much wasted space. I'd want to make it more intimate with seating, maybe a fire pit in the center. Nice look overall.
I love it but I would have skipped the patio and opted for more grassy space but probably because I’m a dog owner lol.
I'd like to see this photo taken in late February. Beautiful in that season!
That interior vine wall is so nice!! Though yes, wonder about practicality and damage. Wanted to do a vine wall outside for a fence and even there have been reluctant.
Photo by Dustin Aksland.
BK to tha fullest
I want to live here!
Gordon Ramsay's house looks similar except he has his whole kitchen in that back area I believe.
Why aren’t I rich too 😭
It confused me when they changed the dining chairs halfway through the photo shoot.
I feel like I’ve had brunch here...
It looks like an Apple store.
It is not sustainable to live in New York.
Cool.. now when can I AirBnB it?
Alright let me correct this. In NYC period. Better? Lol jeez.
I wonder what it costs?
Photo by Francisco Nogueira.
echo echo echo
It looks like it was staged with leftover shit from someone's deceased grandfather's garage.
This is an amazing room but I feel like the current layout doesn't take advantage of it. There's an amazing view out but the couch is facing the wrong way!
I bet this place has an 8 figure price tag. Any pics of the rest of it? The solarium is pretty cool.
Seems like the constant light exposure would damage those books.
Fuuuuuuuck moving that couch all the way up there.. amazing room though. I’d die happy if I could grow plants in a room like this with a view like that.
Is that Judy Garland?
Such beautiful bookshelves and not a single rolling ladder! What a waste. Property's a complete write off.
Oh the places you'll go indeed!
I see you Dr. Suess book.
This room needs fewer TVs and more plants, imo. Plus I think the Dorothy painting takes away from the view.
I want to go to there.
Not much conversation happening here
With rooms like this I always think... this room is hogging windows from the rest of the space. or, I guess, that bookshelf is. This room is super bright but what about the rooms on the other side of this?
Lovely couch, lovely view
Look at this awesome floor-to-ceiling view!Let’s put a couch in front of it so we can watch TV!
(If we sit all sit in the middle)
TV is unwatchable from the glare
This looks like it would be unbelievably cold in the winter.
Looking west just south of the Queenboro bridge 59th and 1st I would say. Just Incase anyone was wondering. Pretty nice spot I have a few friends not too far away from here. Neighborhood is good but it’s kind of far from the subway.
Cat in the Hat book to the right.
Beautiful room. Thought this was Hedy Lamar for a sec.
Who do I have to murder and/or scam to get a room like that?
Is that the pylon for the Roosevelt Island gondola in the distance?
Imagine this decorated for Christmas. Omg.
The sun will destroy those book covers
tile floors? That gets cold af in the winter.
Wow imagine having your entire book and movie collection sun bleached and the glair on the tv, this is hands down some of the poorest designing I've seen.
Oh, The Places You’ll Go!INDEED!!!(see bookshelf)
Thé painting looks like Eleven from Stranger Things
What a great hallway for entertaining
All those books will have their spines bleached by the sunlight.
TIL I learned that “Solarium” has at least double the number of meanings I thought it has.
And a tv so you can bitch about glare non-stop
I feel like the TV is always going to have a hell of a glare
I bet it is cold.
Like the styled picture of eleven /s.
Also featuring NYC's most unwatchable TV!
Is that a portrait of millie bobby brown or am I seeing things?
Pff no way I don't want to get sniped from 12 blocks away thank u very much
Is that a painting of Judy Garland? Anyone recognize the artist or subject?
One of my favorite places to take people from out of town. Impressive and free to get in.
It's like a brothel for bibliophiles.
This is more like a patio than a room
I used to live in that city and I'm pretty sure that a house like this would cost at least tens of millions of American dollars.
I wonder what it looks like during Fall
Truly beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
The feng shui is real.
I’m cold just looking at this
very Nice Information
Beautiful area, but that slight tilt is killing the OCD part of me.
Photo by Shengliang Su.
My first thought was being in mexico there has to be a wall i front of that entrance. BUT holy moly what a wall it is!
Photo by Rafael Gamo.
Never underestimate how high a Mexican will build their walls so they don't have to hear the neighbors.
Source: am Mexican.
this is everything. lucky owners.
love the look but... earthquakes?
Mexico City’s architectural diversity is something I grew up thinking was “the norm”. So I took it for granted. After living in other countries and cities, and seeing how uncommon it really is, it’s become one of the things I miss most about Mexico City.
This post makes me happy.
Although it has it's own warm charm, it'd be too bricky for me. Too much like living between the stacks in a brickyard.
"Honey... I got a new rug. Come check it out."
"I TOLD you, only red or orange - never BLUE... now take it back."
That is the only brick I've ever liked.
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