Monday, September 24, 2012

An unusual house in Silver Meadows, Ocala


20 comments:

Olivier said...

ca ressemble a un manoir moderne, surprenant

Cezar and Léia said...

Huge beautiful house, I also like a lot the wonderful green grass!
Léia

SRQ said...

Rather sprawling...without landscape. Perhaps they forgot to include vegetation in their budget?

Sharon said...

That's a house?? I would have guess an office building. Most unusual and quite large.

llandudnopictures said...

Lots of different shapes going on, it all works though!

Judy said...

I would not refer to this house as cozy. I thought it looked like a church at first. Nice find!

Linda said...

Wow! I am loving this, Lowell!

Karl Demetz said...

Very unusual, but it looks good.

Kay said...

I assume it's a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there. And SRQ must have missed that lavish landscaping in the two pots on either side of the pillars.

hamilton said...

I am thinking they want to make sure there is some direct sunlight in every room. I wonder if it as maze-like inside as it looks like it might be from the outside.

RedPat said...

I am not loving this at all. It needs some large plantings to hide it and actually it might not look so bad with some landscaping.

EG CameraGirl said...

This is ONE house? It looks like a motel, a very strange one at that.

Taken For Granted said...

House? Looks more like a motel. Hope you didn't just buy this property. Perhaps the mortgage collapse of 2008 left this without proper landscaping, etc.

Randy said...

A little to odd for my taste.

Jack said...

Some people have more money than taste.

Halcyon said...

It's quite large!

Mo said...

A house? It looks like a motel.

Kate said...

I find many homes that blogger post quite livable and likable, but I'll pass on this one!

Small City Scenes said...

That's a McMansion with a gun turret. Stay Back!!! MB

magiceye said...

Perfect composition and combination of colours!

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