One of the things I love about Utah is the Parade of Homes. This year I went with my friends Chelsea, Tina, and Melinda. There were definitely a few homes that were pretty blog-worthy.
The first house we checked out was uber modern. Now, I like modern, but this one was pretty out of this world.
Lights above the kitchen table
I didn't mind the kitchen cabinets at first, but then one of the builders told us they were patterned after the freezers where they keep dead bodies in morgues. I didn't have much of an appetite after that.
I was actually kind of in love with that coffee table. Definitely a conversation piece.
The house came equipped with a slide...
and a wickety whacked bathroom counter....
Our favorite house was one that had been completely demo'd and rebuilt. It was classy and traditional, with a few modern lines.
But the house that made my PoH ticked really worth the money was this little guy:
No joke, there were a bazillion cars parked outside and we probably only saw a total of 12 people. No cramped spaces here.
Still in awe of this beast. I think the wind-blown hair is dead sexy on us, don't you?
Here are a few of the stats:
6 bedrooms (including an Asian room, complete with 2 mattresses on the floor), 7.5 bathrooms, $2 million, 15,043 square feet.
They had a lot of castle-esque windows, to keep to with the theme of the house.
But the main thing that made this place a true castle:
You've GOT to be kidding me. Full blown suits of armor leading into the Master Suite.
I'll take one of these please....
But this place wouldn't be complete without
a dance studio
A wood burning pizza oven and homemade root-beer on tap
And an indoor pool
For some reason, my house felt extra tiny after touring this place.