Property Envy Poll: Rock, Trees and Big Game Hunting

Property Envy Poll: Rock, Trees and Big Game Hunting

From a sprawling hillside complex to a rock ‘n’ roll abode, what were your favorite homes from last night’s episode?

By Camille Beckles

Maybe you want to be close to nature, or maybe you’ve always dreamed of having a real-life safari in your living room. Or perhaps you are a rock & roll enthusiast who’s fantasized about having a $3.5 million recording studio in your basement.

If any of those apply, then last night’s Property Envy was for you. From a sprawling hillside complex built into the woods of Big Sur to a music lovers dream home in Santa Monica, the featured homes had plenty of amazing features.

Survey last night's featured properties in our gallery, then take our poll: which one was your favorite.

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Red Wood (Big Sur, CA)

Designed by Mickey Muennig, this hillside complex is built right into the woods of Big Sur, CA, and features a 1600-square-foot art studio. The six-bed, 3.5-bath home sits on three acres, and features a red wood roof, which is fitting given its surroundings in the Red Wood Forest. The 6800-square-foot compound is valued at $7.5 million.

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The Animal House (Greensboro, GA)

At 14,600 square feet, this Tuscan-style villa is massive. Situated on 5.7 acres, the lake front property is a wildlife enthusiast's dream: the property features more than 200 pieces of taxidermy, like lions, tigers, and an elephant head. The bill for those pieces alone was $250,000. For $10.9 million, this animal house can be yours (but the safari prizes are not included in the price).

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The House of Rock (Santa Monica, CA)

This California estate is a music lover’s dream. Built in 1926, the 11,000 square foot home features a $3.5 million recording studio, a music room with 40-foot-high cathedral ceilings, and a massive kitchen sporting two ovens and two refrigerators (in case you ever need to host an opulent dinner party). And guests will eat in style in the chainmail-tinted dining room, which was inspired by Tina Turner’s stage costumes. Want to take a dip? The home features 2400-square-foot infinity pool, one of the largest in Santa Monica. This property can be yours for $22 million.

Take our poll and let us know your favorite homes from last night's episode! And revist our previous polls by clicking here and here.

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