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Mark Cochran

This may be my favorite home ever! What a stunning view once you're downstairs! I love how the architect and owners capitalized on the view while still maintaining privacy. Simply sublime. :)

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pearlandgirl
Sweet. You absolutely nailed it and I agree with prior poster, thank you for responding to the questions with such helpful info
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Becca Lanka

What colors are on the exterior? Love them!

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