Dallas mansion's Ferrari room is a life-size car display case

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You can laugh at this Dallas mansion currently for sale, complete with a Ferrari style home office and adjacent garage alcove with Ferrari display. You might be thinking, "Well, that's a little silly." But dude, stop for a second and think about it. You would do something like this in your house if your budget allows. Or if the other person is allowed on the deed. Because if the budget and the person allowed, you too would have a beloved car that you would love to encase in glass. Or several cars that you would rotate through. I know I would definitely do it. To be honest, it's a bit surprising that the garage alcove is only entered by a two-car garage.
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This home, currently listed on Zillow with an asking price of $3,960,000, is 4,853 square feet with just three bedrooms. This seems right for my dream home as well, because along with the car showroom and home office with automotives, I would also sacrifice bedrooms to have some sort of themed bar and home theater room like this one has. Basically, the flavors may not be my/your taste, but the idea is solid.
Apparently the whole house is inspired by the movie "Tron: Legacy". I haven't seen it to be sure, but I suspect it didn't feature a Ferrari F8 Tributo. It also includes Italian porcelain floors throughout (a fitting combination for the Ferrari Room) and Murano crystal chandeliers, including one that dangled over the Ferrari. Be careful when dusting.
And according to auto and racing reporter Alanis King (who unearthed this gem), the mural in the office depicts Fernando Alonso, who crashed in 2018. An intriguing choice, she found.
After all, wouldn't it be great if the buyer of the house wasn't a car enthusiast and just parked his RX 350 in the living room cabinet? Maybe a lawn mower? Just say.

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