OK, we know what you're thinking: From the outside, the $5.89 million estate looks pretty traditional (albeit expensive), from the brick facade to the greenery. Inside, the huge windows, high ceilings and marbled floors don't exactly raise eyebrows.
But then we got to the pool house, where designer Jamie Beckwith really let her inhibitions go. At the bottom level of the space sits an acrylic wine cellar that we, at first glance, thought was a disco. "I wanted the addition to not look like an addition, but when it came to the interior design in the pool house I wanted it to feel like you were transported somewhere else,” Beckwith told Zillow.
Somewhere else is right. This wine cellar definitely doesn’t look like it was built in 2001 with the rest of the house (we’re torn between an American bar during the 1970s and European club in the year 2040.)
According to a Zillow blog on NBC you can view the wine options from every angle and there are built-in LED lights in the room. But because wine can’t be exposed to extreme temperatures, the lights can’t be kept on all the time -- major bummer.
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