Extensive gaming rooms, large great rooms, speciality bars, and typically a pool with a pool house or cabana are modern mansion must-haves for entertaining visitors. These homes also include one, two, or three kitchens to accommodate visitors. Who needs only one kitchen when you can have three?!
Mansions were very popular in the Gilded Age of America, when they began to be built in cities across the country. The term "mansion" was originally used to describe a large home built for a wealthy individual, but it has since become a general term for any large house or apartment building.
People love stories with a beginning, a middle, and an end. And like books, movies, and TV shows, people will always want to know what happened to their characters. So like those other media, we make up stories about how things ended for the characters in our novels, movies, and TV shows. We call these stories "sequels."
In literature, sequels usually start where the first book or movie leaves off. In other words, they tell more stories that continue from where the previous one left off.
So, what is a mansion sequel? It's anything that starts where another story ends!
It has two stories and, unlike the bulk of the other residences in Adopt Me!, the entryway is on the side of the house. There is also an indoor pool directly in front of the main entrance. The contemporary home contains seven rooms in total, including bathrooms. The fourth room has a bathroom attached to it. The kitchen is large enough for even the most ambitious chefs to cook up a storm.
The master bedroom is on the first floor and there's a guest room, another full bathroom, and a laundry room next to it. The attic space can be used as additional storage or just for the joy of discovery.
This house was built in 2004 by American architect Richard Neutra. He was well-known for his use of glass in architecture which you can see here where it forms part of the facade. In addition, he often included outdoor living areas in his houses which is also true of this one.
Neutra originally wanted to call this house "Adopt Me" but someone else had already adopted it so he changed his mind!
A true mansion should be at least 5,500 square feet in size, feature a maid's room, breakfast room, library, formal dining room, and at least three family bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Little mansions can be as small as 3,500 square feet; anything smaller is merely a home.
Mini manseons can be even smaller - at about 2,500 square feet or less - but they're still considered mansions. They're just smaller houses that usually have 1 to 3 bedrooms and no more than two full bathrooms. Some have only one bathroom and a half bath, which is typical for older homes. Mini manseums often have loft areas that could be used as extra bedrooms or storage space.
Many small manses were built between the end of World War II and the early 1970s. After that time, people started building larger homes that included more rooms and amenities.
These days, many large corporations build their own offices using modular building systems. These buildings are shipped to different locations and assembled under supervision by a company crew. This allows companies to choose exactly what features they want in an office, such as large windows, state-of-the-art technology, and a high ceiling design. The only limit is how much money they have to spend.
Some large corporations prefer to keep their business private until they find a location that meets their needs.
Why do bigger houses and mansions have so many bathrooms compared to bedrooms? Because large houses are frequently constructed for entertaining, and you'll need to be able to accommodate guests. Most have a main floor with at least one bedroom, a living room, and a dining room, along with other rooms such as a library or music room. The second floor is usually set up similarly, except that there are typically more bedrooms because people tend to stay in them more. There will also be additional bathroom facilities since people like to wash off the housewarming gift of champagne before going to bed.
The size of these houses can range from around 500 square feet (46 m2) for an urban bungalow to over 5,000 square feet (48 m2) or more for a mansion.
They're usually built in stages by different designers or even contractors. If you look at old photographs you'll see that the house under construction isn't necessarily finished yet - the builders would add on rooms or expand existing ones as they saw fit. This is why houses this size often have many more bathrooms than bedrooms.
In the early 20th century, architects were starting to include amenities that weren't necessary for survival but which made life more comfortable/pampered: indoor toilets, showers, laundry rooms.