Rotating house

Which one would you choose?

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During my wanderings throughout Southern California each week to do home inspections for the real estate-buying public, I keep an eye out for interesting houses. Following are three from last week. Which one would you choose to live in if money were no problem? Remember that this is earthquake country………..

Round house on a sandstone cliff

Round house on a sandstone cliff

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Cantilevered house

Cantilevered house

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Rotating house

Rotating house

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47 thoughts on “Which one would you choose?

    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      Just remember that Washington, DC, and East Texas have had more recent big earthquakes than we here in San Diego. When Mother and Father Nature want to tumble, well, they will tumble………..lol

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      1. fgassette

        I realize that and we have had one here in Pittsburgh. And you are right when Mother/Father nature want’s to they will rumble anywhere. I would still choose no. 3 if I can get over my fear of earthquakes.

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      1. niasunset

        But in these days houses at the sea side make me worry… I would like to be in higher places… But I can imagine how beautiful the view… especially during sunrise and sunset times… By the way I live at the sea side too… worry about this too. :)

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  1. Pit

    I’d possibly choose #1. But I’d have to know about the views from there first. And I’d not be quite happy about the location that close to the cliff in earthquake country. Maybe, after 2nd thoughts, none then.
    Btw, we’re in the process of relocating to the Texas Hill Country. We’ve found our dream home [see my blog entry "Alea Jacta Est"]and now need to hurry to “get a foot in the door” before some other people do, who are also interested. Keep your fingers crossed.
    Have a good one,
    Pit

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      1. Pit

        The house we have set our hearts on in Cain City has absolutely wonderful views, too: all the way across the Pedernales Valley to Fredericksburg and the hills beyond.
        Re the earthquake: I know. It was quite close to Karnes City, if I remember correctly. But we didn’t feel a thing here at our place.
        Stay “unshaken”,
        Pit

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  2. Chancy and Mumsy

    Only if I ‘had’ to choose would I choose any of them. If that were the case I would go with the last one.

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  3. simplyeclecticlife

    I like the rotating house. I think it’s the trees & landscaping drawing me in. They are all so unique & wonderful. Perhaps if money were no object I’d split my time between the three.

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  4. geralin89

    I would choose the third one… even though the first one looks great I’m put off by the fact that it is build on a sandstone cliff. I just don’t like cliffs.^^

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