Where is your dream home?
• United States
23 May 16
My dream home is called the "Parrot-Camp-Soucy" house. It's located in our city so we pass by it at least once or twice a week. I imagine it's incredibly expensive now though. But, here is a picture of the inside and out
Exquisite historical (built in 1842) masterpiece set on 4.88 acres with a 3 bd/2 bath carriage house. Featured in the Disney movie, The Odd Life of Timothy Greene. Museum quality renovation with Victorian garden rooms, gold fish pond, pool, gazebo & 3 car
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• Bern, Switzerland
24 May 16
My home will have to be in the country, not so isolated but quiet with views to die for and a river close by.As i get older (im 44) I'm so tired of the hectic city life.I live in a quieter village of 5000 people but still too crowded for my liking.
• Austin, Texas
24 May 16
Nice description. Are your dreaming? I've seen pictures of South Africa where such real estate exists. I don't have a dream home. But I did live in a dream home once for about 2 to 3 months. It was in a nice neighborhood; had a large living room, dining room and an eat-in kitchen plus a fireplace. Two-car garage. Good sized front and back yards. Six bedrooms. Huge family room and a library and a laundry room that was almost the same size as a bedroom. The only thing would have made it "more perfect" is if it was a waterfront property in a tropical environment like The Bahamas, Florida or Hawaii.
• United Kingdom
When I was a person in my twenties my dream home was an old thatched cottage. My mum used to drive me past a very pretty old thatched cottage in an attractive looking village. I had a teaching job in a village and the thatched cottage I cycled past on my six mile route had pink walls. In those days I lived in a small cottage, built in 1830, which used to be part of a Victorian workhouse. Next I bought a modern house, on the edge of a town, overlooking countryside. Now I live in a 3 bedroom semi detached bungalow. It is perfect for me and my family. A tropical tree house wouldn't be accessible for my disabled son. I still like that idea if it is near a tropical beach.