In our newest ‘Home of the Week’, we move from our favorite home from a TV show not nominated for an Emmy Award, to a beachfront home with priceless amenities and views.
Who wouldn’t want to live in a beachfront, multi-million dollar home on the sunny sands of California where you’re constantly surrounded by exceptionally good looking, youthful people? At first glance that’s what the home on USA’s new show Graceland appears to be, but the story of this home is much deeper and darker than the postcard worthy setting would have you believe.
OK America. It’s officially time to focus on Florida Gulf Coast University and their amazing, incredible and fun-filled rise in the NCAA Tournament. They have so many storylines. A former Wall Street hotshot turned coach who married a supermodel. Players no one wanted or knew about. A 22-year-old school with dorm rooms overlooking a beach. And, let’s face it, until this weekend the school had about as much public awareness as the migration patterns of pelicans.
The Grammy Awards are this Sunday and the music world will congregate to honor singers, songwriters or reasonable facsimiles thereof at the annual showstopping ceremony. All of the nominated artists come from a home somewhere, but who knows how many more artists would shoot to stardom if they had their very own recording studio downstairs!
Games as big as the Super Bowl require a larger than life experience. You want a really big TV, some exceptional snacking options and an incredible place to watch the game. We went hunting for just the right type of room to watch the Super Bowl on coldwellbanker.com and came across 848 homes currently for sale that have the term “man cave” in the property description.