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Friday, December 2, 2011

weekend reflection: House



This house looks small, but the asking price was over a million dollars. My friends had previously looked at it and asked if I wanted to buy it. I went to have a look, and found it has a strange reflection. I wonder if it has the kind of glass that you can't look in.




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13 comments:

Elisabeth said...

It looks very small Ann and almost see through, as if it consists of only one room. what's it like inside I wonder and would you buy it?

Ginny said...

A totally glass house! And the glass, well...I can see inside fine! Gosh, you would have to drape all the walls with curtains or something. Reminds me of the old saying we have "People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones".

rainfield61 said...

You went having a look at the house on the 10/10/2011, what did I do on the day?

But I did not went out for the same purpose.

This is not my hobby.

Have a great weekend.

Francisca said...

The house looks a little small for that price but then I don't know how large the lot is (and you ARE talking NZ $$). I really like the full glass side and wouldn't dream of covering the windows with curtains... give me the view!

[It was raining when we went to the park in Xiamen, but even if not, pedal boating is too slow for me, and I'd consider it only if I were in the wilderness with no one else around. LOL!]

eileeninmd said...

Hello Ann, cool reflection on this glass wall. It does look small for the asking price of a million dollars. I would think they have a beautiful view out the glass window. Great capture, have a Happy weekend! BTW, I edited my scenic sunday post to answer your question.

CameraCruise said...

Beautiful house!
Have a great weekend.

George said...

I'm not sure I would want to live in a glass house, even if it did have a strange reflection. But I don't have a million dollars, so I don't have to worry about it.

Evelyn said...

I like it. There would be lots of light and it looks like a great spot.

Lois said...

Interesting house, but a bit pricey for me!

Al said...

That's a lot of money for a house, but it does look attractive. I have no idea if that bridge on my blog ever failed, I only spent one afternoon in that town.

TexWisGirl said...

a million dollars? yikes!

Sivinden said...

Great reflections!
A "glass house" is fine in daylight, but when it's dark outside...

Ebie said...

Looks small for the asking price. But if I were to choose, a glass house sitting on top of the hill with great ocean vistas would be preferable (wishful thinking)