Many people dream of living in a house that looks like it’s popped out of a fairytale, but only very few will ever have to opportunity to do so. Ed Bemis is an artist and home developer from Oregon, who designed a dreamy home in Ashland, Oregon, which may seem simple from the outside, but its inside is more posh than anyone would imagine. The house has been decorated with many hand-carved wooden elements and its total cost comes down at $7,600,000. Everything in the house has been chosen very carefully and most of its elements look like art pieces rather than the usual house things.
The purpose of this home is to pay its respects and honor the beautiful land that surrounds it.
It measures a total of 8,880 sq feet and it blends perfectly with the natural envoironment.
It was completed in 2016 and is now being sold for $7,600,000 or $30,958 in monthly mortgage.
The entire house has round edges in order to be in a more harmonic relationship with the natural environment.
The living room is like a merging of the indoors and the outdoors, with plants and large rock planters creating a more romantic atmosphere.
The living room’s grand wood-burning fireplace is inlaid with a glass mosaic of two dragons intertwined with their bodies creating the shape of a heart.
The master bedroom is the room with the most incredible views of the valley.
The bedroom includes a double shower, jetted tub, plus a steam shower with natural boulders for benches and double sinks in gorgeous blue Van Gogh granite.
At the kitchen, the floor transitions to a warm earth-tone travertine featuring pewter inserts embossed with a spiral design that is also found on the pewter drawer pulls.
Natural Manzanita tree trunks support an oversized granite island that is the heart of the space.
The entire house is very bright due to the many large windows that have been installed.
The house is fit for an entire family and it has one parking space. Even though it’s been up for sale for two years now, nobody has bought it, so if you are interested you still have a chance of owning it.
So there you go! Which one was your favorite?