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People Reveal What Features Their Dreamhouse Would Have

I want it all! A big bank account overflowing with Benjamins, 2 Porsches, a plane, a plush vacation island but most importantly... an opulent home where I can hide comfortably from the World and it's inhabitants. We all have that dream of acquiring the greatest of life's accomplishments, a home of our own and by our own design.

Redditor **__MyRandomSideAccount _was dying to know... _Assuming money was not an issue, what feature would you want your dream house to have? _Without financial worry the opportunities are boundless! Let the dreams begin! **

THE BATH IS ESSENTIAL!

I just want a bathtub that's long enough that I can fit my whole body underwater.

HUSH...

100% sound proof in a downtown area, So I can walk to everything but inside I get total silence.

FIRE!!!

Hidden room behind a bookshelf and/or fireman's pole from one level down to another.

IT'S GOOD TO HAVE A SMALL HOUSE OR 2...

A pool house. Always that was so cool in shows like the OC and Gilmore Girls. Plus it would make awesome side money for Airbnb.

WINTER FUN...

Heated driveway and sidewalks. No scooping snow or slipping on ice.

LET ME SEE THE WORLD!

I want a bedroom overlooking the ocean, where the walls and ceiling are glass. When there's a thunderstorm outside, or a blizzard, I can pull back the curtains and be part of the storm while still safe and warm.

I WANT SWIM!

Huge shower. Waterfall shower head from the ceiling, sprayers in the wall, and removable shower heads. A setting to where only one comes on, or all of them, or a jet massage setting.

Plus a dry corner that can hold my drink and keep it from being flooded with water.

HIDE & SEEK!

Secret rooms and passages.

LIGHTS DOWN. ACTION.

Full professional cinema with 30 x recliners.

pattyjh83

30 recliners? why do you need that?

One is enough, not like we have any friends.

AbyssalSoul

Just in case you want different angles.

Labarba2013

STAY AWAY!

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