From Matt comes this... um... exciting approach to decorating.
Add a disco ball and let's party!
you can almost see the cameras set up to film the 'adult movies'...
Disco ball is pretty close. I think someone was a dancer and that was either a teaching room or a practice room. What I want to know is why it says built in 2008? Don't THINK so.
Welcome Barb and Steve, welcome. Yes just drop your keys into the bowl and thing should be heating up real soon.
I'm getting flash backs from 8th grade....couples skate!
What about the vampires! Think of the vampires! :-o
click thru to the website for the house. Check the swamp in the backyard!
this looks like the house from Enter the Dragon
Dude, that's a swingers house!!!
I want to know who built this. I'm imagining the Grand High Potentate of Tate, OH. www.epodunk.com lists this as a town of 9,000. Who in a town of 9,000 has enough money to build this house? He made his money in radial tires, and built a mini-empire to shield the town from his hooker-and-coke parties. He never ran for office - he just bought a new mayor every four years. He never even had to drive through town - he just used the tennis court as a helipad when he needed to jet out for more hookers and coke.Late in life, his radial tire empire failed and he moved to a small 1-bedroom condo in Sarasota, FL. He's hoping to recoup just enough from this home sale to retire his outstanding helicopter-rental debt. And buy one last sweet, sweet hooker.J
Rad! I would totally add a disco ball and a bar and that way I could get totally pissed, dance to music I like (no pesky clubs and their fancy cover charges) and then stumble down the hall to my own bed.
Uhm.. Big Brother?
I would install a mirrored ceiling as well. Just for that extra touch of pizzazz. T
Totally the Enter the Dragon room.
If I had a room like this I would reenact a different scene from Flashdance every day!
Jane is apparently friends with the guy who built this house. What a great story!
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