Do you want to live the desert? Do you like caves? Do you ever sit in your house and think, “I like this place alright, but if I could have a massive cave, it would be so much better?”
So remember how you rolled your eyes when your mom told you not to judge a book by its cover? This week’s Wednesday WTF proves your mom right.
This house looks normal, right? Even nice. I’d live there. I bet you’d live there. You can almost see the Prius pulling up and you unloading the groceries as your two and a half children rush out to help you. (more…)
I’ve been doing these Wednesday WTF features for a few weeks now and I think this is the first to render me nearly catatonic.
See what I did there? (more…)
Guys. I have poked around the real estate Internet and have seen things that can’t be unseen, all in a bid to bring you the best Wednesday WTF that ever WTF’d.
But this week, the WTF came to us, after a reader passed along this doozy in Dallas — Kessler Park, to be exact.
In fact, one anonymous Dallas gay A-lister said, “It’s proof that not all gays have good taste.”
Guys, every Wednesday I create Wednesday WTF, push publish, and then worry I’ll never find another Wednesday WTF ever again.
I regret to inform you that this is not the case today. I found a great house in Sarasota, Fla. It’s beautiful. Look at that pool. Look at the beautiful finishes. Look at the chandeliers. Look at the grand entrance. (more…)
Do you have $1.7 million burning a hole in your pocket? Do you want a home that appears to be an homage to every single Disney movie made from the nineties forward? Our Wednesday WTF is for you, then.
Seriously, dear readers – marvel at this 11-bedroom, seven-and-a-half bath mansion in Indianapolis. It has everything.
No, seriously. Everything.
I don’t just have one Wednesday WTF this week because it’s the kind of week that deserves at least three.
So join us as we look at rich people fighting, robots run amok, and a big long nope in an attic, won’t you?
Neighbors in one wealthy gated enclave in San Francisco found that another family in the neighborhood um, bought the street they live on – lock, stock, and barrel. (more…)