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    Just a thought... what you can't tell from the photos alone is that its localed in Agoura Hills and has a whole acre of land, including a dressage arena nightlights & associated tack room, stables, etc.
    You'll pay a lot of the land alone.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    Just a thought... what you can't tell from the photos alone is that its localed in Agoura Hills and has a whole acre of land, including a dressage arena nightlights & associated tack room, stables, etc.
    You'll pay a lot of the land alone.....
    The horse paddock is in the photos. I guess his daughter from his second marriage is quite the equestrian, viewing all the ribbons she won.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    Except for the kitchen. NO. TILE. COUNTERTOPS!!! I feel like Joan Crawford did about wire hangers...
    I have them. Hate them. Never again.

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    why is this worth 2.4 million? I can get the same thing in any suburb
    Exactly what I was thinking.

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    Please don't beat me with tile, but granite has been done to death. TO DEATH, I tell ya! I am so tired of granite/stone/quartz countertops.
    I know, but after 5 or 6 years of tile countertops, granite seems like a dream. So smoooooth. No grout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    I know, but after 5 or 6 years of tile countertops, granite seems like a dream. So smoooooth. No grout.
    Have you see the glass ones? They're yummy (but I always wonder about them breaking...)

    Anything equestrian bumps the price up in real estate.... (plus its LA... )
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    Glass? No, haven't seen those. I bet they're pretty, but I'm like you, I'd be worried about dropping something on them & making them chip or crack.
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    Glass tiles should be used for backsplashes. I don't know how durable they are for a countertop.

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    Other than some of the decor, I like it. But here where I live you could easily have a house like this (including furnishing and decor if you didn't get too snobby) for about 1/4th to 1/5th the price of this one.
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    Love the pool & gazebo!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    I love it. I'd decorate with different furniture, but I love the house itself.

    Except for the kitchen. NO. TILE. COUNTERTOPS!!! I feel like Joan Crawford did about wire hangers...
    My parents' house has a white tile countertop in the kitchen that they had put in 15 years ago and it still looks fresh and clean. It is possible to keep them clean.

    I feel the same way about granite counters that you do about tile. Granite is porous, requires periodic sealing, requires special cleaners to maintain it to its best standard, and is so uber-trendy that it will surely be out of fashion within about 5 years. It's also really fucking expensive to buy and have installed. My current place has granite in the kitchen and bathrooms and while it's an attractive surface, it's not something I would have put in my own home. Give me soapstone any day.

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