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Old 11-07-2010, 06:13 PM   #1
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I am still enjoying looking at mansions for sale on the Internet. I could very easily live in any of the ones I've seen (with the proper amount of funds!).

I have quite a few images stored on my computer. Here are some to start with.

Look at that kitchen in photo #1... probably the biggest kitchen I've ever seen!
Photo #2 is a view of the dining room. Both of those photos are from a mansion in Arizona. As nice as it is, I don't think it's worth the asking price of $15.5 million.

The 3rd photo shows a hallway which looks very elegant to me. I forgot what mansion this is in, but it's probably from the same website (arizonamansions.com).
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Here are more photos.

The first one is a very nice foyer. The foyer/entryway of a mansion is one of my favorite areas because it's the first thing you see when you walk inside.

There are actually open houses out here where I live of homes which are quite large (4,000+ square feet, for instance).

The other photos show a mansion with a interesting twist. The inside is designed like a mall. That would be fun to have but I think I would prefer an interior with traditional (and expensive) furnishings and decorations.

The last photo is the bowling alley in the same mansion with mall setting.
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With the economy as is...you could get a mansion that's foreclosed in this market!
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With the economy as is...you could get a mansion that's foreclosed in this market!
Yeah, but don't expect a 10,000 square foot mansion to sell for $200,000!
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Here are some photos of another nice mansion...
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This is Carson Mansion in Eureka, California... I think it's my favourite



Reminds me of Scrooge McDuck mansion in Duck Tales :P

HERE is a best picture, too big to post it here
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This is Carson Mansion in Eureka, California... I think it's my favourite



Reminds me of Scrooge McDuck mansion in Duck Tales :P

HERE is a best picture, too big to post it here

Well...Duckburg does have a West Coast feel, I think Carl Barks was around California at the time.

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