Dream Home

If I could build the home of my dreams, I would never want to leave it. It would be filled with all the things I would want to have, and I would never be bored.

First thing’s first. As you drive up to the house, you will see an electric gate. You can press a button to ask to come in, and if I press a button the gate will open and let you in. Just in, there are vast expanses of land and you can see an outdoor basketball court to the right. To the left, there is an archery range. The gigantic house is somewhat intimidating, but welcoming at the same time. As you walk up the many stairs to the porch, you can see the tall double doors that allow you to enter the house. You push them in, without a creak or even a groan.

The entrance has some shelves built into the wall for you to put your shoes. If you walk to your right you can see a cozy sitting area, with an assortment of couches and chairs, and beyond that, the casual table where I sometimes eat and where someone could draw or do homework. Behind the table, there is a kitchen, with an island and all the different kinds of things you’d need, an oven, a dishwasher, a toaster, blender, and of course, a deep fryer (I love my french fries). If you walk to the left a bit from the entrance you can see into the library, with a two storey tall ceiling. The library is filled with shelves of almost any kind of book: world record books, literature, action, adventure, comic books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and more. There are chairs and tables to sit at in there, too.

At one area of the library there is no shelf, but there is a door, which leads to the garage. The garage is quite typical, besides the fact that it is huge and is home to millions of dollars worth of cars alone, not to mention the bikes and my collection of segways. I’m very particular about my garage doors and if only I could call ADS and set up the garage of my dreams.

Beside the kitchen and straight ahead of you (from the entrance) is a hallway. At the end of the hallway is the dining room. The back wall of this dining room is mostly windows, so you can see the backyard and the pool. There is a glass door at the far right corner which leads to a balcony overlooking the backyard. If you look down, you can see the outdoor pool, complete with a waterslide from the roof and a diving board.

If you walk only halfway down the hallway from the entrance, to your right you will see the kitchen and to your left you will see a spiral staircase. If you start walking up the staircase, you can see it overlooks the library on one side and there are some pictures on the other side of the staircase. At the top is mostly just bedrooms. One of these bedrooms is bigger and better than all the rest. On the left side of the room there is a book shelf and a dresser, and on the right side is a closet and, through a door, a bathroom. In the middle of the room is a king sized bed and it is facing a large flat screen TV, which is a bit to the left of the doorway. There is a glass door in the room that leads to another balcony. This balcony goes around the perimeter of the house, so all rooms on the outside lead to it. There is a spot on the balcony with some stairs leading to the roof. From the roof is the entrance to the waterslide I told you about earlier, and there is also a small elevator leading down to the pool.

Next to the staircase leading upstairs in the hallway, there is a staircase leading to the basement, which is basically an ordinary staircase, just longer. Downstairs there is a big open area with a ping pong table, a TV, couches, and a whole lot of gaming systems for the TV. Branching off from that room is a washroom, and there is also a pantry downstairs packed with all the essentials: nacho chips, potato chips, chocolate, cookies, and plenty of other important things. To your right from the staircase is the gym, which has equipment for basketball, badminton, volleyball, and most other sports played in a gym.

Most people wouldn’t have their dream house this way, but I think this house would be amazing to live in. With its own pool, gymnasium, and waterslide from the roof, who wouldn’t want to live here?

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15 thoughts on “Dream Home

  1. I would love to live here kinda like my dream house, except without a library. And agree with all those other beauties that commented it would be really expensive!

  2. This is a really cool sounding house and I think that I would love to live at a place like this too. The part that made me really interesting was the library I would love one of those at my house, but our house is already pretty full having thirteen people living at it. You also did good at writing this.

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