For The Car-Lover With $6M to Spend

31632 Trigo Trail, Coto de Caza, CA 92679

I have to say, a living room and a car showroom are not two rooms that I’ve ever thought to myself: “It would really be cool if we could combine those two rooms.”

31632 Trigo Trail, Coto de Caza, CA 92679

But, well… here we are. Obviously the garage just wasn’t big enough.

31632 Trigo Trail, Coto de Caza, CA 92679

I love how sometimes you can look at a house—even a really expensive SoCal manse like this—and immediately know what decade it was built, just by looking at a single room.

31632 Trigo Trail, Coto de Caza, CA 92679

Boom. ’90s kitchen. Gotta love those oak cabinets. Wait no, I don’t.

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1 Comment on "For The Car-Lover With $6M to Spend"

  1. Emerald63 | July 15, 2014 at 1:50 PM |

    Looks like someone’s got a lot to crow about… a 9500sqft home, 8000sqft of “bonus” space, half of which seems devoted to the “20 car garage” with a sweet vintage collection, plus a veritable barnyard-full of roosters. Seriously, there are a lot of roosters in that kitchen, easily a dozen in each of the four pics. As a lot of the rest of the place seems about displaying collections of various items, I guess the roosters aren’t really that weird, other than all being in the same comparatively small room. Good thing they’re not real, or said room would be a total blood bath. (Ovo) BRAAACH!

    I’m really liking the sunken living room with the stacked stone fireplace, built in more-than-just-the-bar-itself bar, and the always classy Doric columns.


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