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$4.9 Million Georgian Style Property in the UK Has 25+ Cars Underground Showroom

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Is the future about Artificial Intelligence and the way it could improve living standards and eradicate world’s poverty? Perhaps, but until that happens, it’s about extreme opulence. Being eccentric and materialistic comes in nuances and different levels from one culture to another, but things can’t get more extravagant than British luxury and the Lord-wannabe people who look after all things royal.

And if there’s one property in Sutton Coldfield, a suburb of the city of Birmingham, West Midlands that gets the royal aura, this £3,250,000 ($4.9 million at the current exchange rate) worth house has to be it. Leaving all the other impressive aspects aside, it’s underneath the house what truly catches petrolheads’ attention.

Not to mistake the garage with the car showroom, which, in this case, are two entirely separate things. Once the electric doors of the double garage open, a unique scissor car lift takes you down to where the actual party happens. A polished floated finish floor can “accommodate” at least 25 cars, while a suspended ceiling and insulated above, seven columns and automated lighting complete the location.

Is this where the world is going? Not the world, just the 0.5 percent. Just read this:

"This spectacular newly built family residence merges Arts and Crafts styles enjoying a mature secluded setting in this prestigious residential location within easy reach to Sutton Park. The Stunning Reception Hall boasts a three-quarters balcony of Oak staircase, balustrade and handrails with sturdy supports to add to its impeccable splendor. The magnificent reception hall enjoys the openness of three intriguing lounges, banquet dining room, full-size snooker room, two cloakrooms while making way to the opulent kitchen and coffee reception area. The distinctive Oak hardwood staircase is designed to provide access to all the principal bedrooms and is aggrandized with a 30 light Crystal chandelier.”

Now, the mansion does not include the vehicles, of course, but if one can afford to pay such amount of money for a new home, a car collection almost comes naturally. If, by any chance, that person is a friend who just inherited a fortune, you’ll want to know the property is currently on sale.

 
 
 
 
 

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