Too many plants. Looks like a jungle in there.
Is that furniture comfortable? If you weren't actually going to live in it, it's very beautiful.
Reminds me of a hotel lobby with all those plants.
I concur with r2. It does have the look of a hotel. Still, it is stunning. Apparently, his business partner is the one with the expertise in interior design. He might be gay.
Did anyone else catch the rocket or missile poster that says "Going Up!" on the wall?
I think it's close to perfect, except a couple of the bathrooms.
I would totally buy it.
Always something "off" in each shot.
Wait . . . It's not a hotel?
Stunning but yeah - very hotel like. I like it all except that fountain...
Yes, what a lovely hotel.
Is it the perfect LA party house, or "Please enjoy your stay at the Four Seasons?"
It looks like the interiors were done by one of the "Million Dollar decorators."
It looks like it was designed to accomodate corporate retreats, perfect with plenty of conference tables for meetings.
It's gorgeous - and I understand the plant / hotel criticisms, but overall great design.
They just need to trim it down a bit in every photo - those plants had to have been for staging purposes, right?
It's overstaged in a bad way. There's quite enough beautiful furnishings and features that you don't need all that extra shit.
Bad staging. It's trying just a bit too hard.
And ditch those cranes!
I love the cranes fountain. I really like the whole thing, actually. It's very hotel...in a good way.
Anyone know how much they are asking?
And yes, the first thing I thought when I saw the photos was, "Four Seasons." That said, I think it's stunning.
24 or 25 million, R15. I like it also. A little editing and it would be perfection.
[quote]Too many plants. Looks like a jungle in there.
The place is days away from a epic mealybug infestation.
Why does new money always want to live in a hotel?
It's what poor people think an expensive home should look like.