Amazing Homes In Amazing Locations! (Eye Candy Like None Other!)

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It's nearly impossible to speak to anyone in this profession that has not had an amazing or unreal listing at some point during thier career or while working with www.recr.com

In fact, many of the agents I work with have regailed me with one yarn or another with regard to what wonderful homes they have had the pleasure of representing in thier history in real estate. 

But, Im fairly certain that only a select handful of agents (if any at all) can say that they have had anything like these homes...These are INCREDIBLE!  Id Love To See The Listing Ads For These!!

 

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Rainmaker
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Clint Miller
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Found another one

Sep 03, 2008 04:18 AM #1
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Paddy (Patricia) Pizappi
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Real Estate Associate Broker Hudson Valley NY

Wow Clint. Where did you find them???

Sep 03, 2008 06:43 AM #2
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Robert Vegas Bob Swetz
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Clint - Those are some outrageous photos, I love them! Did you see them for real?

Sep 03, 2008 06:53 AM #3
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Clint Miller
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Paddy -- I was emailed several of these a while back from a broker I know in Ontario...and I found a couple looking online.

Robert -- I wish!  I have never seen anything like these in my neck of the woods...

Sep 03, 2008 07:01 AM #4
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Allen Tate - Concord, NC

GREAT BLOG----I loved the pictures.  Talk about out of the box.  I wonder how long an agent would ask for their listing period?!!

Sep 04, 2008 04:03 AM #5
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Clint Miller
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T.H. -- LOL @ listing period.  Never thought about that end of it either...hehe

Sep 04, 2008 04:07 AM #6
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Kathy Passarette
Creative Home Expressions - Mount Sinai, NY
L.I. Staging/Decorating

Clint ~ They are amazing, but some of them I would be fearful to step inside, even just to visit!

Sep 04, 2008 05:34 AM #7
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Clint Miller
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Kathy -- Im the captain of that ship, Kathy!  :-)  I dont like heights in general...so, even though I would be in a building, I couldnt do most of these...lol

Sep 04, 2008 06:05 AM #8
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Mike Saunders
Lanier Partners - Athens, GA

Clint - great photos, a couple do look photoshopped, but.....

I certainly wouldn't want to be in that observation platform anchored to the tree above it. I really like the first one best. I am going to assume the iceberg house is only temporary lodging.

Sep 04, 2008 06:28 AM #9
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Clint Miller
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Mike -- Yeah, that observation deck scares the crap out of me...LOL  And, the iceburg thing was an ice hotel...or so Im told.

Sep 04, 2008 06:36 AM #10
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Mike Saunders
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Clint - I have seen ice hotels before (well, in picture and video, not personally). I believe somewhere in Scandinavia. There is a resort, possibly a Sheraton, in the south Pacific that has both treehouses and caves for their rooms.

Sep 04, 2008 06:40 AM #11
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Clint Miller
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Mike -- I was told this was in the ocean north of Sweden, so that makes sense. 

Ive seen that resort you are talking about before.  I wanted to get a pic or two for this blog, but couldnt find anything.

Sep 04, 2008 06:43 AM #12
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gitesh nair

wow..........

Aug 07, 2010 07:23 PM #13
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Ted

Hate to burst your bubble but these are all photoshopped.  Or at least 9/10 of them are.

For example, the observation platform hanging from the tree is actually a cab from the London Eye.

 

They looked believeable until I got to the Iceburg one.  Then when I saw the London Eye I knew what was up.  Looking back even the first few look pretty suspecious from an engineering point of view, I suspect they are all photoshopped.

Sep 22, 2012 01:06 AM #14
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Steven Lowel

Why would you try to deceive people with lies ie. Photoshop. That is really shady. Basically you're lying for the sake of lying. I'm sure you think you're slick

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