Features a built-in cul-de-sac.

While a one-of-a-kind and artistic piece of architecture, today’s home looks like the panopticon of living.

This dystopian fortress offers 10 bathrooms, 5 bedrooms, and 1 scary front entrance.

You enter into -what appears to be- an inhabited parking garage. 

I’m legit scared that the fireplace is going to come alive and eat me.

The kitchen is equally as soulless: a corporate setting. 

Yes, it has an infinity pool, home theater, dance studio, and wine room. But with a $68 million price tag, I’d hope so!

Curved hallways and rigid features “leave you wondering if James Bond is around the corner” -though I fear what that might imply!

This bedroom is quaint, yet boring compared to the rest of the home…

But the bathroom? Horrifying. 

Anyone wanna bathe in a small industrial vat? Don’t worry, the skylight makes it luxurious!

From some angles, this house is inviting. From others, I fear for my life. And I don’t want that from a home.

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Til next time,

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