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    Default A Moorish residence in Marrakesh

    A two-bedroom riad, a traditional Moorish residence, in the Marrakesh Medina is on the market for 4,500,000 dirhams (about $600,000).

















    A Moorish Residence in Marrakesh - The New York Times > Great Homes and Destinations > Slide Show > Slide 16 of 17

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    Very nice

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    Looks quite Moorish. I like it for what it is,but question that price. Seems quite steep for small spaces. Just the one big room.
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    Moroccan themes are so 2002
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    Yes. I could live here. Love the red texture/painted bathroom.

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    It looks quite authentic, not hollywood moorish, moroccan moorish.

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    Killer chandelier - wouldn't fit anywhere in my house, but it's absolutely gorgeous! Some of the rooms are pretty tiny.

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    Yeah what's up with the tiny oblong spaces? Like the kitchen and a couple of those sitting rooms. The bedroom looks small too.

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    What kind of finish is on that bathroom wall?
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    Nice place to visit, but not to live in.

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    I like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ariesallover View Post
    What kind of finish is on that bathroom wall?
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    I like the different decorative elements and the big chandelier.. the tiny rooms off to the sides look really cramped, though.

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    I could be quite happy there.

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    Too many pokey little rooms that are no good for anything and the artwork is HIDEOUS.
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