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Other [AUT] Mansion with an indoor pool and some sort of relais in the basement.

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Hello once again everybody, now I'll get everything right on the first try (with BB-Codes and all). 

 

This is another Mansion, where I sadly don't have much information about either. I hope you enjoy the pictures nontheless.

 

Instagram would be @ofcdnb for anyone interested.

 

Full Album: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmydBVYN

 

 

44684365960_9fd9163677_h.jpgDSC_3065.jpg by anthrx, auf Flickr

 

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45777724644_4cf836c533_h.jpgDSC_3069.jpg by anthrx, auf Flickr

 

31561357077_f24f11209b_h.jpgDSC_3071.jpg by anthrx, auf Flickr

 

45588216305_fca5aa6a25_h.jpgDSC_3081.jpg by anthrx, auf Flickr

 

46449675272_a5254b8b58_h.jpgDSC_3086.jpg by anthrx, auf Flickr

 

32628363958_02ffc9249e_h.jpgDSC_3089.jpg by anthrx, auf Flickr

 

31561376867_783124beb4_h.jpgDSC_3096.jpg by anthrx, auf Flickr

 

46501236521_2ef8e3a4e0_h.jpgDSC_3098.jpg by anthrx, auf Flickr

 

32628380428_8444844fff_h.jpgDSC_3101.jpg by anthrx, auf Flickr

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Report looks good - nice one (although you should be adding a date to the title too - just month and year, but now I sound like I'm nagging!) :)

That swimming pool is cool!

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What a strange looking house. Just bare concrete with no decoration makes it seem like something else, but it has a swimming pool? Thanks for sharing

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I especially like the pool shot, thanks for showing!

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