xoxoxoBruce Tuesday Sep 26 10:14 PM
Sept 27th, 2017: Go To Rent
I’m in a very bad mood today, so in an effort to maintain decorum, here are a couple places you can go to rent.
45 W Clinton Ave, Irvington, NY, 10533.
Rare 1859 octagonal home with an added dome, owned by a string of rich people, then vacant for a few years. Purchased by
The National Trust for Historic Preservation, who couldn’t afford to restore it so they sold it to someone who could.
It is haunted, and appeared in a horror movie, “The Nesting”.
On 3 acres, 7 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms, 8400 Sqft, $40,000 a month.
Or across the pond, Old Deer Park, Richmond upon Thames, Surrey TW9.
Commissioned by King George III (who had to decency to launch a half hearted attempt to quell our revolution), in 1769, the
Kings Observatory was designed to observe the sky and for astrologists to track the rare phenomenon of Venus crossing the sun.
The cupola is the oldest of its type in the world, and was used by King George III to house his extensive collection of scientific
instruments in the listed and still extant display cabinets within the building.
3 floors, drawing room, dining room, kitchen, library, 4 bedrooms, 4 en suite bedrooms, utility room, lift, lake, boathouse, and
6.6 acres surrounded by the Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Course. Furnished or unfurnished, £37,500 monthly.
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