Wednesday, May 22, 2019

KANSAS CITY REAL ESTATE PR0N REVIEW: CASTLE BY THE LAKE EXPOSED!!!



First, let's put this put this bit this covetous content in context not only because the local selling season has been slow but also because this kind of big money mansion is out of the reach of nearly EVERYONE.

Checkit:

Curbed: Housing inequality mirrors income inequality, says study

Vox: CEOs — especially those in tech — are making more money than ever

NBC: Racial wealth gap is vast: 2020 Democrats have plans to close it

Nevertheless, there's no harm in looking . . .

This beautiful custom masterpiece home was inspired by Ashford Castle in Ireland. It sits on 3 lots & 350 ft of Shoreline.

Take a closer peek:



Hopefully, more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nice deal! If they can't sell it. They can use it for the NFL draft.

Anonymous said...

Some people reading this blog can afford TWO houses like that. But this is still the land of opportunity, not socialism. You have to work for it.

Anonymous said...

Says the person who was given his job by a rich uncle. I disagree with socialism but nepotism is a form of socialism, too.

Anonymous said...

^^^ you have a problem with the family business? You are beyond stupid.

Anonymous said...

5:34 your family has a business, they just never told you and left you in your granma’s trailer in frogsknob! Hahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

money can't buy taste...

Anonymous said...

^^^ your taste buds are dead Elvis.

Anonymous said...

"...those struggling to afford rent tending to pay a much greater share of their income than wealthier Americans."

Such incredible insight. What would we do without "experts" and their "studies?"

Anonymous said...

Old people. They make such stupid posts!

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^And dickheads like you make even dumber ones.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Would be fun to have the Rockefeller riches, the Kennedy cash, the Buffet billions, etc., but, minus the more serious problems those clans have known. And, ^11:50, not everyone has worked for it. Living beyond the level of Hallbrook high-rolling and Loch Lloyd luxury, with enough excess funds given for scholarships to specialty crafts and artisans training, to promote those skills is, oh well, one can dream. Billionaires paying-off student loans at college is great. But, college is not for everyone. Guinness and other heirs in Eire get that. Castles, churches, and such, in need of restorations are benefited by formations of future craftspersons.

Anonymous said...

Numerous bathrooms as big as most peoples living rooms so the elite shit doesn't stink up the guests area's.

Anonymous said...

They are going to need turrets with 50 cal machine guns on places like this at the rate thing$ are going $outh for the 99%.

Cray Occasional-Cortex says, "Go green, even though it's the End of the World ten years ! said...

Occasional Cortex and the Greed New Deal goofs don't want large and lavish homes. All the evil excesses of luxurious living spaces horribly pollutes and destroys this planet, they contend. They say too many materials, fuels, and re-directed resources are expended on these showy abodes. Too bad if major commerce is lost, the sizeable labor earnings are eliminated, large taxes aren't paid, and freedom of choice is removed. AOC advises: "Well, I, I, mean, like, if you are going to, um, like, be a good little komrade, then you will, like, be happy to just have a simple, um, apartment that has a garbage disposal thingy."