Don’t get us wrong, it’s important to be able to appreciate everything that you have – but what fun would life be if you could only daydream within your means? From fast cars and luxury homes, we can’t help but window shop for extravagant items that we’ll never be able to afford; and today on our to-never-buy list? 151 Pumpmeadow Place SW.
With an interior designed by Paul Lavoie of Western Canada’s most published interior design firm, and an exterior with big curbside energy, this brick palace boasts 3,380 square feet of space, has 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
Located in the prestigious Calgary neighborhood of Pump Hill, this home has been totally renovated from top to bottom inside and out.
Not only does it have an impressive chef’s kitchen, gym, games room, walk-in closets, and large office space, it’s also got a stunning backyard area with a huge pool and covered hot tub – but it’s actually the things you don’t see immediately that we’d consider the selling point.
Though we realize not everyone will agree, it’s actually the smaller details within the home that got us bad.
We’re a total sucker for crown molding, decorative tray ceilings, and designer wallpaper and this in-city mansion has a whole lot of that. In fact, it’s got around $2,250,000 dollars worth.
If you agree and would like to see more you can visit the original listing here. Heck, even if you disagree we’d recommend checking it out. This place really is something special!