This is a 200-year-old house built around 19 in New Orleans, USA. It is priced at $ 1.6 million dollars. The front of the house is considered a “slum” with rotting wooden doors and patchy walls.
However, the interior is extremely luxurious and comfortable. The 168-square-foot, Creole-style home features open kitchen with granite countertops, 2 full bathrooms and a Japanese onsen bath, shower, garden and bedroom.
In addition, the house is a combination of metal wallpaper, beaded steel curtains, ebony flooring and the rocky, intimate interior of owner – musician Lenny Kravitz.
Now the house is owned by musician Lenny Kravitz, who bought the house in 1994, began renovating the entire interior and bringing to life modern yet retaining the media of the house.
Granite granite table inside the spacious and neat kitchen.
Walls and curtains bring metallic motifs but no less luxurious.
Just looking at the curtains and balustrays, one can imagine the presence of a palace in the Middle East.
“Royal” bedroom with ample space, decorated with chandeliers and elaborate railing.
The bathroom is quite large, accompanied by furniture in a deep tone, feeling relaxed, comfortable.
And this is the true exterior of the house. It looks very ‘simple’.
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