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    That spread is mind boggling. I'd be happy just to have the wood cabin.

    I understand that celebs build homes like this because the can't leave the house without getting mobbed so they build their own self-contained world. But how on earth does somebody find the time to use all of that?


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    Ostentatious for us perhaps, but run-of-the-mill for self-important and overpaid athletes, actors, CEOs and trust fund babies.


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    Quote Originally Posted by A.D. Miller View Post
    Ostentatious for us perhaps, but run-of-the-mill for self-important and overpaid athletes, actors, CEOs and trust fund babies.

    Not at all.

    I do want all of that and always have. After all. It is only 38,000,000

    Of course I would want all the furniture and cars so I would not have to get a headache trying to figure out what to put in all that space.

    Thinking twice I would only offer low 30s for the property. 38 is a bit much


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Menelly View Post
    Not at all.

    I do want all of that and always have. After all. It is only 38,000,000

    Of course I would want all the furniture and cars so I would not have to get a headache trying to figure out what to put in all that space.

    Thinking twice I would only offer low 30s for the property. 38 is a bit much
    TM: You could not afford just the taxes on the cars.


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    Quote Originally Posted by A.D. Miller View Post
    TM: You could not afford just the taxes on the cars.

    Come on now. I could afford the insurance on one of the guest homes


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Menelly View Post
    Come on now. I could afford the insurance on one of the guest homes
    TM: Sure. If you opted for the two-bedroom and rented out the other room.


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    ONLY ... 18,000 square?

    Jeez, what a small place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    ONLY ... 18,000 square?

    Jeez, what a small place.
    Then this is the one you would want

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    Some of us couldn't even afford to park in Boston, MA.

    $300,000 marks the spot - BostonHerald.com

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    Loretta Lynn lives in this home on a cazillion acres here in middle Tennessee. Looks modest in comparison to the Jackson estate.


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    I'm trying the photo again. Well, if it didn't come through I'm just a knot head and don't have time to keep trying.

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    I wonder what a home inspector would charge and howw long would it taketo do a inspection of that home and would the electric train set on the ceiling be a probelm?


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