Friday, June 5, 2009

Ommmmmm


Relax. Breath deeply. Be one with the universe. Meditate on the calm blankness of this listing Amanda found. The real estate agent within me honors the real estate agent within you.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's the Mark Rothko painting you're actually buying with the house. At a huge discount.

Phi said...

It appears Mark Rothko is the interior decorator.

Anonymous said...

Anyone else get migraines? You know, the type where they are primarily visual (called auras, actually) and part of your vision is obscured. Where you can look right at a person and the right hand side of their face is something you just can't see until the migraine passes, instead you see almost a cutout, blank space, or swirly bright lights.

I thought I had a migraine when I look at the picture of the exterior, and that the aura was obscuring the top, right hand section of the house. That is some odd architecture.

Also, what the heck? Did they keep livestock in those rooms? The top floor walls reminded me of the walls of a cow barn at the farm camp I went to as a kid.

Poor house. The price reflects that condition, but still, it's had a rough go of it.

blake said...

I heart that picture. It's really nice composition.

It reminds me of a Mark Rothko.

Decadent Housewife said...

No, no, no, that's a horizon - the realtor mixed up his vacation photos with work photos. But then maybe it's a sideview of brandy trifle.

Elia said...

I don't know - I looked at the rest of the listing and my calm blankness fled with a screech when I saw that door. The one with the brown halo around the knob. Eeeee!

burhanistan said...

You can't see the ghost family in that picture? It's just a fair disclaimer that this house is infested with spirits who don't know they should migrate on to higher realms. From the looks of them, it seems like a mafia style execution. Anyway, that real estate agent is very thoughtful for sharing this with prospective buyers who can see the unseen.

PrincessLuceval said...

Man, they sure liked brown, didn't they? Brown walls, brown paneling, brown dirt on the doors...

toby said...

Fantastic! So relaxing... I may fall asleep...

Anonymous said...

It is the wall meeting the ceiling or the wall meeting the floor? Let us ponder this for a moment.

Angel said...

Yes, Anonymous(#2), I know exactly what you mean! Man, this house is depressing.

Anonymous said...

OMG! Chair has been kidnapped!

StefRobrts said...

I'm with anonymous on the visual migranes. I get them too, and I laughed outloud when I saw the front of the house :)

J0sie said...

It might not be either wall and floor/ceiling... If you turn it sideways it could be the gap between the door frame and the door.

Rick Pannell said...

It really shows the depth of the room, the spaciousness. quite lovely I might add.

Karin said...

I have to say that even a house in that condition would sell for $100K around here... heck, mobile homes sell for $50K to $85K. wait, this was supposed to be fun and I'm kinda sad... hmmm...