Mansion Master Bedroom

Mansion Master Bedroom

Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, with its splendid Greek Revival interiors, is tucked away in a lovely, quiet corner of Pelham Bay Park – an area that was once home to more than 20 elegant country estates. As the only grand country house still in existence on Pelham Bay, it provides an important link to the social and architectural history of New York. Visitors are welcome to take a guided tour of the mansion and view our impressive collection of mid-19th century furnishings and fine and decorative arts. Or stroll around the grounds and the formal terraced garden behind the house.
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Mansion Master Bedroom

Historic Mansion This majestic three-story Victorian Mansion, built in 1881, offers nine luxurious rooms with private baths. All bedrooms have fireplaces and king-sized beds. Five rooms offer antiques original to the house. Book Now
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Mansion Master Bedroom

Million Dollar Rooms travels to a 20,000 square foot 6 bedroom 12 bathroom mansion equipped with a ballroom, 3D home theater, and poolside bar. The stunner of this estate is the master bedroom suite lined with custom, handcrafted limestone tile floors and 18 foot ceilings. The bed’s headboard is custom made and the infinity pool and hot tub can be entered from the room’s glass door. The suite features a his and her bathroom with brazilian marble, wrought iron and indoor jacuzzi tub.
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The Master Bedroom has a fantastic mahogany half-canopied bed. The tall ceilings and bay window overlooking Gruene Hall’s biergarden make this a special room. The wrap around balcony is a great spot to enjoy the sights and sounds of Gruene. Please be aware that while we strive to provide a relaxing atmosphere for our guests, you may hear music floating over from the world famous Gruene Hall. This room features a mini refrigerator, cable tv, Keurig coffee maker and large bathroom with antique claw foot tub and shower. The room is on the second level of the Mansion, so we request that it be occupied by adults only.
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Homeowners with a hankering for extra elbow room are driving a small but lucrative market for homes with multiple master bedroom suites. At the top 10% of the market nationwide, active listings for homes with multiple master bedrooms were priced about 9% higher on average than those with just one master, according to analysts at Realtor.com. (News Corp, which owns The Wall Street Journal, also owns Realtor.com, the listing website of the National Association of Realtors.)
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This majestic three-story Victorian Mansion, built in 1881, offers nine luxurious rooms with private baths. All bedrooms have fireplaces and king-sized beds. Five rooms offer antiques original to the house. Book Now
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Master bedrooms may be multiplying in response to a broader demographic trend, as the last crop of baby boomers hits middle age. Developers say that more homeowners are embracing multigenerational living, and want to create comfortable living spaces in their homes for elderly parents or boomerang offspring. Empty nesters building homes in resort areas often request an extra master bedroom to use as a VIP suite for guests.
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The late Jerry Weintraub was the consummate dream-maker: he managed concert tours for Frank Sinatra and Led Zeppelin before going on to produce films like “The Karate Kid” and the “Oceans 11” series. So it’s no surprise that the vacation home in the California desert owned by Weintraub — who died in 2015 — was also a big-time production. The 9,152-square-foot home, located in the exclusive golf community of Bighorn in Palm Desert, has six bedrooms and 7.5 baths. But the big showstoppers are the water features. The giant infinity pool extends under the floor of the master bedroom suite to the foot of the bed. That way Weintraub could literally dive right into the day (and the pool) after waking up. It also has a hidden lap pool on the side of the house that has a secret swim-up entrance to the “his” portion of the master bath.
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Although Susan and Michael Goldsberry share a bedroom, they wanted two master bedroom suites in the 6,000-square-foot home they built last year in the gated Pacific Ridge development in Newport Coast, Calif., for about $5.2 million.
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The Arrudas’ son Filippo, 11, occupies the 9,000-square-foot home’s original master bedroom: a second-story suite with two showers and a Jacuzzi, and two walk-in closets—one for clothes, one for sports gear. Eight-year-old Pietra’s bedroom is even larger, with a living room and a walk-in closet devoted to her dolls and makeup.
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“I’ve gotten past the point of people thinking we are really freaky and weird,” said Ms. Stern, 75, who took over the master bedroom of their 4,700 square-foot Tudor home in Studio City, Calif., a little over a year ago. “It makes it so nice. I don’t have the pressure when I’m reading at night of him saying, ‘Turn the light off’—and when he wanders around in the middle of the night, he doesn’t wake me.”
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Prospective owners “wanted a nice bedroom for guests,” Mr. Barbato said. That said, he estimates that “possibly 10%” of Sol homeowners are using both master suites for themselves.
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Tony Trivedi, an electrical engineer who creates and oversees critical power systems, built a $1.6 million home in Bethlehem, Pa., last year with separate master bedroom suites for himself and his wife, Theresa, both in their 50s. The couple’s schedules clash. Ms. Trivedi, a retired teacher, is in bed early and rises by 8; Mr. Trivedi works long, irregular hours and has no sleep routine—a source of conflict in their old home.
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The upstairs suite overlooks the ocean with views of Catalina Island, while the master bedroom directly below it opens onto the pool and patio; both are decorated with the same taupe color scheme. The couple wants to stay in the house for a decade or longer, and plans to use both bedrooms over time.
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“The one upstairs is the one we use , because it has the better view,” said Ms. Goldsberry, 61, who founded Benchmark Cosmetics Lab, which provides research and development for the beauty industry. “We really have our eyes set on the downstairs master as the permanent bedroom. It’s a matter of time till our knees go bad.”
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The Master Bedroom features custom décor, a gas jet fireplace, writing desk, sitting area, and a king size sleigh bed. The bathroom has an oversized whirlpool tub along with a glass and marble stand up shower. See full features below:
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features The Master Bedroom features custom décor, a gas jet fireplace, writing desk, sitting area, and a king size sleigh bed. The bathroom has an oversized whirlpool tub along with a glass and marble stand up shower. See full features below:
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Now, after watching the evening news together in Ms. Stern’s sage green bedroom suite, Mr. Stern, a 77-year-old retired real-estate lawyer, kisses his wife good night and heads for his cream-colored bedroom with attached bath down the hall. “I got sick of the black-and-blue marks from those elbows when I was snoring,” he jokes.
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Luxury home builders are taking notice, according to Pete Reeb, a principal with John Burns Real Estate Consulting, who advises residential developers. Nearly one out of three people who were looking for a home in the $2 million-and-above price range expressed interest in the option of dual master bedrooms, according to a 2016 survey by the consulting group, which drew on data from builders and about 25,000 home shoppers nationwide.
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“This was the first survey where we asked about a dual master—prior to this year, it wasn’t on the radar at all,” Mr. Reeb said.
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That wasn’t enough for Carlos and Elis Arruda, who built a $1.9 million home in Casabella with three lavish master bedrooms in 2015—including a suite for each of their children. “We like bigger spaces,” said Mr. Arruda, 40, C.E.O. of Case Imagine marketing agency.
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“We try to make them feel comfortable,” said Mr. Arruda, who said that he and his wife don’t mind making do with a single bedroom: an expansive suite that runs the length of the first floor, with an exercise room, a bathroom with double showers, sinks and toilets, two walk-in closets—and one bed.

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