The Most Eye-Catching Rooms Of The Week

Ryan Nickum

Jan 18


All week we search through thousands of real estate listings and it’s amazing what eye-catching rooms pop up. Here are four the most memorable we came across.

Washington, DC Condo—$1,950,000

James Bond meets Robin Hood in this green, velvety penthouse.



San Francisco, CA Home—$4,195,000



Hidden Hills, CA—$8,900,000

Butterflies and paisley is not only interesting home decor it would also make a fine name for a 70s cover band.


Santa Monica, CA—$5,200,000

The condo of the late actor Larry Hagman—J.R. Ewing from Dallas—features a this unusual interior design choice of exactly matching the bedding with the wallpaper.


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