"Large Games room - currently used for Pole Dancing Fitness Classes." I believe you; millions wouldn't.Found by Christine. And then Melissa. Then Kristen... should I be worried that so many people see basement stripper poles and think of me?
I have poles just like that in my basement, but I used them to play tether-ball.No wonder I'm so out of shape.
This house doesn't look "lived-in" so much as "used appropriately". The crib fetish room is a bit too much though. [shiver]
omg this is awesome!!! i'm sure their house parties are off tha hook!! i want to be at their next open house!!!... *pulls out dolla bills*
Whoa! Gigantic flowers on the wall too! Sort of looks like The Dating Game set. Groovy
Oh, my! That house looks perfectly respectable from outside!
I'd expect this from New Zealand, but NEVER from you, Australia! Also, I believe that flower wall hanging is from IKEA.Also, I'm sad that I know that.
Odd, it doesn't say how much the house is... It would suit hubby and I nicely - except now we don't have to leave the USA!So sparely furnished, but so modern and crisp looking, in an old fashioned way...I REALLY like that stone rug thingie!
It looks like something straight out of those Pussycat Dolls reality shows... >___> Pretty nifty, I guess, if you're into wild house parties, hehe.
wow I'd love a room like that. I can't fit a pole anywhere in my house :-(
I like how they felt the need to include TWO photos of of the strip club room...because one photo of the pink ceiling and rubber floor wasn't good enough.
Yeah, and that's a professional photo because it has the "starburst" filter on that turns lights into those star shapes. HA!
Dirty little secret.
I wonder if the next door neighbors knew... "they seemed like such respectable people"...actually, I've heard that pole dancing fitness classes are really good for your abs... and now I know where to go if I want to take them!
LOL I love how the rest of the house is actually really nice looking and tastefully decorated and then BAM! there's a strip club in the basement! Also loving that big pink feathery thing behind the fan in the *ahem* "exercise room."
Wow. Australians are SO progressive!
I'm struck by the fan-creature on the right, which looks like an escapee from Dr. Seuss. For very, very mature children.
I don't consider any room an exercise room unless it is plastered with Richard Simmons.
where's the trap door to the S&M dungeon?
Hmmm I actually find that to be a selling point.
I actually believe that the basement is used for what they say it is used. The rest of the house is the opposite of skeevy (including baby gate in the kitchen). Also, I have a friend who went to a strip bar once and told me it doesn't look anything like that: flowery things on walls and a big excise mat on the floor.
No No!! This is PERTH. It's not really considered part of Australia.It's kind of like "that" relative that we don't speak of. You know?
What an awesome house! I love the barstools and the spotty rug in the living room.I have to wonder though...the "currently used for pole dancing fitness class" ...is that like in the Godfather movies when Michael kept saying the Corleone family was going to be totally legitimate?
OOOH, there's even a pole in the backyard, cleverly disguised by day as a mild-mannered clothesline!
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