$2 Million Boise Home Comes With A Glass Case of Emotion And More
There's no doubt that this house is spectacular. It's a newly built home in the foothills of Boise. According to the realtor, it has excellent views and is an "entertainer's dream."
Quick vent sesh: Dear realtors, please stop using the phrase "entertainer's dream home," almost every new build in and around Boise is an entertainer's dream home.
If you have $2 million, this home might be perfect for you. It has an open concept from the living room into the kitchen. The primary bedroom and bathroom are enormous. It has a butler's pantry, floor-to-ceiling windows, and everything you would expect to get for $2 million.
Bonus: There's a community pool.
This home isn't tiny by any means. It is over 3,700 sqft and on a quarter of an acre with a grass patch the size of a small RV. Don't believe me? Take a look for yourself.
Everyone has different tastes when it comes to what they are looking for in a home. Someone who can afford a $2 million home might have other preferences when it comes to what they want than someone who can only afford a $300,000 home.
This home in the foothills of Boise is unique. Why? Because it comes with a glass case of emotion.
If you have not seen the movie, Anchorman, you won't get the reference, and that's too bad. There's a room in the middle of this home that has two walls made from glass, and inside this room is a small sink, some lower cabinets, and is staged with a small table and two chairs.
The realtor in the property details says it's a "frame-glass wine room." Does it make it a wine room just because they placed wine bottles in the room? What do you think?
Not to mention that the price of this home has dropped almost $300,000 since listed in February of 2022.