Note: I am not saying that this house, found by Abbey, really had bedbugs. I'm sure there's some perfectly good reason for doing this to a bed that you're going to showcase in your listing. Like... ah...(crickets)
The owners used to sleep on a bed of nails but as they got older, the bed of slats was more restful.
What's with the platform and the lowered bit of ceiling - I'd be constantly be thinking I was sleeping in a funiture showroom.
I wonder about the need for all the lights above the bed? Perhaps a video production? Could the mattress be in the evidence room at the local P.D.?
The bed missing the mattress is interesting. But what is with the rock room leading into a waterfall room?
"Wow, $400 000 price drop!"Hmmmmm....
Those aren't lights and a lowered ceiling. That's the transport bay of the Starship Enterprise. So now we know what happened to the mattress.
Fist of all...I love love love the kitchen! It's great!I am confused by the lack of mattress, but more confused by the Rock Room and even still more confused why the price had dropped from $1.2 mil in 11/07 to $799K now! Yikes!
That's exactly what I thought, too, Anon! Beam Me Up!
Isn't Santa Clara where they set "The Lost Boys?" Perhaps the current owners are vampires.
I would trip on that platform every time I went to bed or got up for a drink of water in the dark. A night light is a must in that room. T
This reminds me of Sue Ann Nivens' bedroom, except there's no mirror on the ceiling.
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