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Who Doesn’t Want To Live In This Dream House?

Who Doesn’t Want To Live In This Dream House?
Screw the 557sq m Central Park duplex, the $US100 million house in South Kensington or the 17th-century apartment with views to Notre Dame. I want the Fish House. Property porn doesn’t go more luscious than this. Made of wood, steel and glass, glass and more glass, the Fish House is an environmentally friendly waterfront home in Singapore. It doesn’t have an underground pool with water slide, but who cares. Excuse me while I go downstairs to play some PowerBall.

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