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    Default 14th century mansion in Italy

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    This one actually requires study. Are there 2 kitchens or just one? I would like to see a floorplan or panoramic view. Difficult to tell what is connected where, but I do like it.
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    too italian.
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    I'd love to look around and stay over

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    The decor is totally confusing!!! WTF?

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    I think they did a great job of bringing something from the 14th century into the 21st century. I like most of it.

    I would love to see the outside of it.
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    There isn't much 14th century left.

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    Can't stand it. I'm getting old-church-redecorated vibes.

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    ^ I agree! The blue is kind of soothing though.

    I barely have enough people over to fill two couches, let alone 4. sad.
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    OMG, just no. Everything is too square/rectangular and too white. And the bathroom/kitchen cabinetry and fixtures are too modern.

    I love the space, but the decor sucks six ways to Tuesday.

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    amazing.
    they overdid it on the red accents and they've got too many white sofas but there is a lot of potential here. that wooden ceiling in the second pic alone is worth buying this house. and they've got a chandelier that i like! i also really like the low wooden tables in this room. and i also dig the doors and the moldings around the frames. so pretty.
    the first kitchen still needs a lot of work but the second one is a lovely example of a modern kitchen. if i could, i'd steal it. the floors in the kitchens are nice, too. italian country style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chimera View Post
    There isn't much 14th century left.
    well like most buildings that old in europe, it's had lots added on and changed in the following centuries. those painted ceilings are probably 16th c. or something and the mouldings and doors, while old, are probably from the 18th century, etc.. the original structure is 14th century but a lot of it has changed since.
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    Hello lover *drools*.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    too italian.
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    i like it b/c it doesn't distract from the house itself and everything original that's left. the decorating doesn't attract your attention so you're forced to observe and admire the architecture and original beautiful artwork, imo.

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    The ceilings are absolutely fantastic, especially the one in the living room.

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