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There are man caves and then there are amazing, museumlike multicar garages with their own bedroom suites.
Do you want a TV that's only an eighth of an inch thick? Or $600 earphones? Of course you do.
There's good news for the housing market's key selling season, especially where the market once fell the worst.
Sure, there's New York, Los Angeles, Austin, Seattle, Nashville ... but there's plenty more out there too.
You can buy the lot for around $200 million at auction this spring on the 100th anniversary of the ship's sinking.
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