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    Default Living in a former Argentinean monastery

    This five-acre property near Lobos, Argentina, 62 miles from Buenos Aires, was once a Jesuit monastery and is on sale for $400,000



























    Living in a Former Argentinean Monastery - The New York Times > Great Homes and Destinations > Slide Show > Slide 13 of 14

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    That kitchen is lackng. A lot.
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    Don't like it but this is pretty:

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    umm i like the ceiling.

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    love it but it needs to be painted and i'd have to get rid of all the furniture.
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    Not my style at all.

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    Not a fan.
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    oh, i absolutely love the home itself & the property. i'd love to live there. i'd be replacing most of the furniture of course, though.
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    It looks oddly southwestern inside. It looks too boring.

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    ^^^
    that's because southwestern is inspired by spain and cattle ranches - which are common to argentina as well.
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    It's got great bones but it needs a LOT of work, inside and out.

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    I could live here.

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    Having several one person chairs with one couch is not something I've seen often, and is quite an original idea.
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    Crucifix over the headboard... kinky!!

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