Every property I photograph has something unique, different, and many times something fun. I’ve seen dumbwaiters that connect bars on multiple levels, kitchens designed by chefs, and even the occasional bomb shelter built during the cold war.
Recently I photographed an very large property in the Rose Garden that was built during prohibition. Well maintained and preserved, the house took me into the 1920’s & 30’s. The greatest surprise was when I discovered the basement, or should I say the true definition of “Man Cave”. The lighting, style, and mood of this bar had me only imagining the stories it could tell. If it weren’t enough to discover this beautiful bar, a doorway at the back of the bar leads into a wine cellar that could handle a bit more than your average fridge.