A casa dos McNally, localizada em Altadena, na Califórnia, está à venda. É a primeira vez em 63 anos que isso acontece, sendo que a mansão foi construída ainda em 1888.
No entanto, o preço da mansão, como pode ser conferida abaixo, é alto. Os atuais proprietários pedem US$ 3,2 milhões, ou um pouco mais de R$ 10 milhões.
Fugitivos é baseada nas histórias em quadrinhos criadas em 2003 por Brian K. Vaughan. A trama acompanha seis adolescentes que descobrem que seus pais são todos membros de um grupo de supervilões chamado O Orgulho. Fugindo de casa após concluírem que não estão mais seguros, o grupo de adolescentes aos poucos se transforma em uma nova família.
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We were not ready for these interiors!! WOOOOWWWW!!⠀ ⠀ ($3,200,000 / Altadena, CA)⠀ -⠀ From the listing: The McNally House exemplifies a simplified Queen Anne-style, in which strongly articulated shapes and volumes, such as the tall, round turret anchoring the southwest corner, are integrated with a broader, more relaxed horizontality, so quite different to more vertical Victorians of the day. And unlike its contemporaries that often exhibited fussy ornamented surfaces, a taut “skin” of wood shingles and clapboard unifies the entire house, much like the Shingle-style houses designed by McKim, Mead and White of New York and Newport, Rhode Island fame. Thus, McNally’s home was not the overly pretentious estate that the wealthy so often commissioned in the fin de siècle.⠀ ⠀ Inside, the home is spacious in a way that is unheard of today. On the ground floor, large public rooms with generous windows in which tall and taller ceilings flow out from the open foyer with its pocket doors of wood-and-leaded glass that lead to the dining room, while a grand wooden staircase (whose startling detailing anticipates the work of Viennese Modernist Otto Wagner) rises to the second floor. A two-sided double fireplace separates the living room from an intimate hideaway of sitting room/library/family room; both rooms feature ornate floral stenciling on the coved ceilings. The dining room is beamed and paneled with its own fireplace capped with an articulated crown of dentil molding and a built-in sideboard. An additional servant’s wing and the legendary Turkish Room were added in 1897. The handsome carriage house/garage east of the house, based on an 1885 illustration, was constructed in 1971 to replace the original that had been destroyed by fire in 1926. The only non-original room is the modernized kitchen, adjacent to two light-filled, intact butler’s pantries that feature beautiful cabinetry and high ceilings.⠀ -⠀ #circaoldhouses #oldhouses #dreamhouse