Two-Toned Terror

667 Del Rey Pl., Chula Vista, CA 91910

Wow. That is a lot of grey and blue.

667 Del Rey Pl., Chula Vista, CA 91910

What kind of person builds a one-color house like that?

667 Del Rey Pl., Chula Vista, CA 91910

I guess the same kind of person that puts 9 statues at the top of a giant staircase in the back yard.

Maybe it’s better inside?

667 Del Rey Pl., Chula Vista, CA 91910

NOPE.

From the listing description:

This is a one of a kind property that you must see in Rancho Del Rey area within Chula Vista. The property has been known around the neighborhood as the house with the clock or the marble house. Take advantage of this rare opportunity. The 2769 sq. ft. house is located in a cul de sac with its privacy and on a rare 13,000 square foot lot. If you like entertaining this will the property for you. It has so many different distinct features. with a pool.

“So many different distinct features.”

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6 Comments on "Two-Toned Terror"

  1. I feel like I’m in a Tim Burton movie.

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  2. Ergh! ERGH!! ERGH!!! Anybody got a spare air sickness bag? Or three? I now know a better way to punish multiple felony offenders. I’m thinking it would work better than even solitary confinement in “the hole.” Hell, I feel trapped and I’m just looking at photos. (O_o)

    What to call this… “style”? How about “Discount Liberace”? Where do you even get a breakfast set like that (Pic 9)? I mean, look at the price tag on the house – it’s not like these folks could likely afford to have every piece of furniture custom upholstered, especially when they’ve spent all that money on the inexplicable exterior marble cladding and their own private Greek theater. (What, do they have Esther Williams’ type shows in the pool?) Obviously they ran way over budget or they would finished the theater with period benches.

    Outside, I have to conclude the owners deal in stone and concrete… and that for the inside they pulled off the raid of the century down at the Toscano Catalog warehouse. (http://www.designtoscano.com/)

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  3. OMG I just figured it out! I just now noticed the street address – 667. It’s so obvious! This house is directly across the street from the Mouth of Hell! Well, that makes much more sense now.

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  4. @Emerald63: That’s worth a good belly laugh! One wonders if the Mouth of Hell isn’t a bit more tastefully decorated.

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  5. There are just no words at all to describe this mess.

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  6. Mathi Bear | March 10, 2015 at 9:13 AM |

    At least they stuck to the theme and went all the way. So many things are only done halfway. This one goes all the way…then some more…then some more….

    My only thought was that this would be a great way to put a lot of time and energy into decorating a place and still ensure that relatives would not want to visit.

    “I will invite everyone over as soon as the dining room is finished!”

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