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post #1831 of 1906

Goodness gracious thats a Gorgeous home!  Is the located in Garden City?  I live close to there and alot of those homes look like it.  But great home, keep it up!

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post

I currently have 3 places, but will hopefully be down to two in the next 18 months when construction on the new place finishes.

NYC pied a terre (just renovated it in the spring)








Current country house in NYC suburbs










And my future country house, NYC suburbs. There's currently an unattractive, albeit large, 1970s house on there now, which we're going to tear down and start again. It will end up being some sort of Arts & Crafts type stucco house. It's very private with great views. Once it's done, I'll sell the white Victorian.

This is the view:



These are the early architect renderings. The design has changed somewhat since these, but the idea is the same.



post #1832 of 1906

Just went through this thread again.

 

Spertia's Tennesee place is boss, but I think I'd love to sit around Douglas' dining room table and drink whisky late into the night.

 

lefty

post #1833 of 1906
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I have a collection of about 15 single malts. If you're ever in the area, let me know; I'd be honored to have you.
post #1834 of 1906

Now you're talking, but careful what you wish for. Where are you again?

 

That room has such an inviting warmth to it. People linger around the table after dinner?

 

lefty

post #1835 of 1906
Baltimore.

Yes, in fact we had a roaring fire last night and I availed myself of a dram of Highland Park.
post #1836 of 1906

You never know. Washington is on my list to visit again as I was only able to stay for a few hours last time.

 

lefty

post #1837 of 1906
You guys are speaking my language! I started putting these here after learning that it was inappropriate to use it for books.


post #1838 of 1906
where do you keep the ice?

don't kill me it's a joke
post #1839 of 1906
lol.
post #1840 of 1906
What's in the box?
post #1841 of 1906

Your Le Corbusier book is too tiny. You need this one:

 

post #1842 of 1906
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

What's in the box?

Humidity and cigars.
post #1843 of 1906
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

where do you keep the ice?

don't kill me it's a joke

LOL! I hit reply then I saw!
post #1844 of 1906
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

Humidity and cigars.
way too small. beautiful, but it wouldn't hokd a month's worth of smokes for us
post #1845 of 1906
you smoke 3 cigars a day thomas?

90ct is enough to keep me going for quite some time.
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