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Do any of you live in a house this big???

3885 Whitebrook Lane, Ellicott City MD - Trulia

If so, can I visit? If not, you can buy this one for 4 million.
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It is a beautiful home, but I would never want anything that big. If I have to scream for one of the kids I want to do so without loosing my voice

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with a house like that I imagine they have an intercom system

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It's 20,000 square feet. I'm sure they have an intercom system. You couldn't even call someone from one end of the basement to the other. LOL! The front of the basement has a full kitchen, full bath, sitting room with fire place and game room. the back of the basement has the in home theater, lap pool and elevator.
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Which politician lives there, I wonder?
I'd want at least one room converted to a dog training room!
llombardo, you'd be able to contact your kids on their smartphones, no worry about losing your voice, just losing the phones! Or you could go back to the old style intercom system

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I don't like those intercom systems...I like the yelling I need to do to be more personal!! The bathroom in this house is bigger then my place

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llombardo, you'd be able to contact your kids on their smartphones, no worry about losing your voice, just losing the phones! Or you could go back to the old style intercom system

Ahhh.... if they lost the phones I would just buy them new and better ones

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Do you know how many German Shepherds we could fit in a house that big? I admit I wouldn't want to live in a house that big, but darn I wish my house was bigger. My son's room is only the size of a walk-in closet - and not even a big one. I wouldn't mind trying out the big house for a while.

I went to a party there 2 years ago and am going to another in December. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
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Ahhh.... if they lost the phones I would just buy them new and better ones
But you may lose the kids in there too! Better put gps's on them so you know where they are.

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Which politician lives there, I wonder?
I'd want at least one room converted to a dog training room!
llombardo, you'd be able to contact your kids on their smartphones, no worry about losing your voice, just losing the phones! Or you could go back to the old style intercom system
Not sure what he does, but he isn't a politician. LOL!

You could probably convert that 6 car garage into a nice training "building."
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