Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by dawg, Jun 20, 2015.
Thems is some digs...
I'd rather have the money.
Imagine waking up there every morning, or every afternoon in Depp's case. Too bad there's no good food to eat there.
They don't have vegetables in France according to Robin.
Must be nice to be rich and ecentric rather middle class and hostile. My day will come.
That place looks amazing... but I saw a story on France last night on Vice and the racial tension/violence bubbling over there.
Fuck that place
Gonna buy it if I can get him down to 20 million.
Wiggy and Beefus laugh at a $25.76 million home.
Anything under $45 million might have questionable neighbors, am I right Robin?
there is an appalling lack of chimneys. its a total tear down and rebuild.
That's like living in rural Pennsylvania and worrying about the gangs in Newark.
confessionals in one bedroom? AND a piano? skulls in another?
outside it looks wonderful. inside?
ya gotta wonder is he that weird, or just trying to be so?
So I just read the property description - it's not a house or an estate - it's a village!!
The property comprises on 15 hectares (approx. 37 acres) of grounds an entire "hameau", a private, small Provençal village comprising more than a dozen buildings, including a main house, several guest cottages, a chapel, a bar & restaurant, a workshop/garage, a staff house and much more. In total, the property offers approx. 1.000 sq.m. (approximately 10.760 sq.ft.) of living space, including more than 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.
Does that mean you also have to pay people to work normal hours at the restaurant and chapel in your private "village"?
Looks like it would make an excellent kitten ranch.
That's more like living in the Hollywood hills and worrying about Baltimore riots.
I was wondering that myself. It's like he has his own little Epcot thing going there.
Maybe Howard will buy it. Sure he would never actually stay in it because he hates traveling out the country, but it wouldn't be the first time he bought a house for tens of millions of dollars and never stayed in it.
I would go there with my metal detector only
I hate old haunted houses