So...we got to see some adorable city gardens sporting high brick walls encrusted with wisteria in full bloom, tons of perfect hydrangeas and pretty little babbling fountains.
We even got to see small portions of a few of the houses. One of the houses had SUCH a great kitchen with a butler's pantry and marble subway tiles!! It was breathtaking.
HEY! Why don't we go for a little house tour in Beacon Hill??
Do you wanna? Sure you do! Come on!
Okay. This one? I'm not even going to show you the whole tour of this first one. Because quite frankly, its ridiculous - it really is. It's 15 million dollars and has something like 6 bedrooms and bathrooms. I can't even remember the details because they were too ridiculous for me to commit to memory. Even if I had the kind of money to live in a place like this, I probably wouldn't. It's just too much.
But here are a couple of my favorite rooms. And sorry - some of the photos are really small, but I couldn't fix that.
I can't figure out the deal with this room. It's either a second kitchen or a bar area:
Okay, so that's the crazy 15 million dollar house. I find it interesting that I only really like the rooms where a servant would spend the bulk of their time.
Here's the garden - very similar to all of the ones we saw on the tour. Not a ton of plants, but very neat and tidy:
The view from the roof of the house, I'm guessing:
Sorry I've been MIA, girlfriends. I've been busy with my Mom, working and just trying to get a few things organized around the house. You know how it is: reading blogs takes up a lot of time! Unless you're like Lisa from Coastal Nest - she's a robot and doesn't need to sleep. She probably just plugs herself in while she's blogging to recharge :)