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The Dream House Essay

1033 words - 5 pages

My Dream House
During a stress filled day do you ever find yourself daydreaming of being back at home? Not just an ordinary home, but the perfect house to relax and spend amazing moments with your loved ones. I always find myself dreaming about this not only the house itself but I also think of the surrounding and location of my house because the environment can influence the behavior, emotion and health. My imagination of a perfect home is a big, quiet, spacious and beautiful house located by the sea side.
I find myself on an all-white brick path leading to my dream house. I walk with anxiety toward the house as if it is my first time seeing it. All around me lay the most beautiful ...view middle of the document...

On the opposite side of the yard there is an in-ground swimming pool that is connected to the pool inside the house. I wave to my younger sister and some cousins that are playing a game of “Marco Polo” in the pool.
There is a huge greenhouse to the west of the pool, which would be a perfect and quiet place to relax and appreciate nature and mankind. Upon entering the greenhouse I find myself surrounded by thousands of different colors of flowers and a floating fountain at the center of the garden that reminds me of the one at the Bellagio Hotel.
The path continues to the south side of the house I am now looking over the Pacific Ocean. As I look down and observe the ocean I see two piers jutting out into the ocean. I turn around to admire the sere beauty of the sun beaming on the house. As I make my way back to the house, I notice a white gazebo off to the east of the house. It is in a position such that you can see anyone entering or leaving the back yard if you are sitting in it.
Just when I begin to think to myself I am tired of walking my girlfriend drives up to me on a super sleek golf cart. We drive up to the back door and enter the house where I am greeted by my mom and grandma, who are cooking in the most magnificent kitchen I have ever seen, containing a marble island in the center. Surrounding the island, are elegant, stainless steel, professional grade appliances which compliment the red oak cabinets.
On the other the side if the kitchen is the family room, with the seventy-two inch television. Black leather love seats are positioned in the exact way, which it does not matter where you are seated to get that perfect angle to watch the game. Just beyond the family room is a ball room...

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