The Things I See on Brokers’ Tour #5

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Brokers’ Tour: Stop #5

On my 5th round of the Brokers’ Tour, I got quite a wide array of home decor. Here are a few of the awesome rooms I saw that I’d love to share with you!

The “Let’s Get This Party Started” Room

Wow! In 9 years of touring homes, I’ve never seen a room I just wanted to immediately hang out in.  The colors made me feel like I’d stepped into a New Orlean’s club, where I could belly up to the bar and order a Hurricane. Very bold Black, Red and Gold bathroom too! What’s even better, is this room is on the upper floor of a detached building apart from the main house.  See more interesting features of this house on Fluorite Ct here.

Please fasten your seatbelt!

If you have a fear of flying, don’t sleep in this room! You’ll swear your airborne if you rest in this suspended bed as it swings and sways, simulating flight. Should you awaken and see the overhead bins and First-Class seats, don’t expect a flight attendant to be rolling a cart with drinks down the aisle. And that aircraft door? Well, it won’t get you out, that’s for certain!  This bedroom is in the same building as the Party Room above.

 Windows to the World?

I didn’t peer out to see what view might have been behind these windows, but the view from the inside was certainly nice. What do you think? On the Sandhurst neighborhood page, scroll to the bottom and click the link to take a peek at the rest of the house.

Log Cabin

No, I’m not at the Madonna Inn with its themed rooms, but sure feels like it. Either that or at a ranch in Wyoming. But, it’s actually a bedroom in a South Livermore home. If you’ve seen my previous posts about this house, at every turn there is something unexpected.  Wallpaper gives the impression of a log cabin, and whether with help from room fresheners or not, I don’t know. But dang, if this didn’t smell like fresh pine when you entered. Don’t you love the red lantern light fixture and lamps?


Spa Day

In my opinion, every house should have one of these. Well, at least I wish mine had a nice wine cabinet (a well stocked I might add.) Mind you, this is on the first floor, but upstairs is the adult play room complete with crap table, fireplace, and a bar.  Also on this floor, is a trippy looking sauna.  The seats are curvy and not level. If you drink enough wine before going inside, you’re apt to feel tipsy anyway 😉

In the Sandhurst neighborhood, this house is larger and more expensive than the neighbors’. But scroll to the link at the bottom of this page to see more information about this house that just came on the market.

Vacay in Your Own Backyard.

Usually, a backyard with palm trees and a palapa has a swimming pool but since some of this large lot has been devoted to an adult playhouse, it’s forgivable.  Hanging out in this space with the calming waterfalls, breezy palms and cozy nooks for relaxing certainly belie the notion that you are still in Livermore. As long as it’s still listed for sale, you can see more by scrolling to the bottom of this page and viewing the house on Flourite.

Click here to learn more about the Sandhurst neighborhood.

Comments (4)

Kathy Streib
Cypress, TX
Home Stager/Redesign

Karen- it's fun peeking into these homes to see decorating ideas and touches!  Keep it up!

Nov 23, 2015 09:50 AM
David Gibson CNE, 719-304-4684 ~ Colorado Springs Relocation
Colorado Real Estate Advisers LLC - Colorado Springs, CO
Relocation, Luxury & Lifestyle residential

I agree with Kathy Streib, keep the fun photo’s coming. Neat ideas. Who know what’s next?

Nov 23, 2015 10:18 AM
Karen Crowson
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Rancho Bernardo, CA
Your Agent for Change

Hi Kathy, I'm having fun looking for unusual things during Broker's Tour.

David - I'm not sure how the idea first came to me to find blog fodder in this way, but there's often something out of the ordinary to focus on.


Nov 23, 2015 11:40 AM
Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089
Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers - Haiku, HI
Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info

That last one looks like something you'd see here in Hawaii!  It's always interesting to see how other people live.

Oct 09, 2017 06:41 PM
Karen Crowson

It sure does!

Oct 09, 2017 06:45 PM