Description Essay on House

Topics: Rooms, Bathroom, Shower Pages: 4 (1832 words) Published: November 16, 2011
As I draw near to the island on which my dream house awaits, I catch a quick glance of it out of the corner of my eye. It is humongous, and is the most noticeable building in the area. My private steel, elegant jet lands on the octagonal air strip next to the house. I get out of the jet the wind was whistling and blowing my hair back as I started my journey through a heavily wooded path leading to my dream house. I walk with anxiety toward the house at which I will spend the rest of my life. All around me lay the most beautiful gigantic trees and yellow miniature plants I have ever seen. It is peaceful but I can hear the sounds of birds chirping and small forest creatures frolicking in the underbrush. As I continue to walk along the heavily wooden path the end starts to appear. I now see my house for the first time up close. Nothing could have prepared me for the moment I was about to experience. My mouth had a glowing smile and my eyes were wide open in shock, just from the outside of the house I could tell this was going to be the house I have always dreamed of. There was a path made of oyster patterned stepping stones with solar powered domed lights on each side leading up to the front of the house. The first thing I will look at is the outside of my house and all of its features, next I will go inside and look at the first two stories, and finally I will go look at the 3rd and 4th stories.

My house that I designed is all I imagined and more. It is a four story dream on a huge fifteen acre lot. As I approach the flashy stairs at the entrance to the house I am surrounded by four columns leading to the most elegant doors I have ever seen. They are made of mahogany and have a stained glass window in the center. The handles and the frame are made of sparkling brass. As I continue around the house I come across three rectangular windows overlooking the entrance to the house. There are black shutters on each window. As the porch continues to the...
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