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I love the swimming pool! With this kind of ambiance, you are like in a piece of place in heaven. :)

The title says it right, this is indeed a dream home. What makes it even more dreamy is its remote location, free from all the city stress.

I'm easily amused by exotic architecture. It's probably because I dream of one day owning a luxury dream house in a tropical paradise.

The pool by the sea view is absolutely breathtaking. The location and the architecture complement each other very well.

This looks like something that would featured on MTV Cribs. Only celebrities would fashion their houses this way.

cute post I'm your newest follower! :)

Thanks and welcome!

Wallpaper is the single most important element that can transform and improve a room. I believe I have the richest, most diverse collection of wallpaper and wall covers and I would like to give you a catalog of hard copies for your keeps. It is a collection shipped in from California USA but collected from all over Europe, Asia and the Americas. Please let me know when I may deliver these to you anytime from Mon 21st January 2013.

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This home is a dream come true.The greenery and the view of sea is mind blowing and this house is in the lap of nature.

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