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I enjoyed seeing this very unusual home, it's wonderful!
I would like a house like this. I just love caves period!
I dont know if I like it all monotone- i need some color
This channel is great, but it badly needs a proper stabilizing camholder device. Yes, it is not cheap — from $800 to $8000 or something — but it’s worth it.
I admire everything about this couple and their work
love the French cave.. so lovely.
I LOVE YOUR CAVE !
Wow , its beautiful!!✊💝
I was shocked when they walked in!
A beautiful and unique place to live your lives.
It's beautiful but I would not live there….I'd be worried it would cave in!
beautiful home and they have impeccable taste. 🙂
No roof to replace. Bonus. I wonder if rain trickles through eventually.
Amazing, Congratulations, All your hard work paid off, 🙂 Peace, Belus
!!!!!!! I was in Amboise in August 2017 and I remember looking at these gorgeous troglodyte houses (hell, I even remember this one in particular as it's super close to the castle), wondering what's like living there. Thank you so much for this video!!
Why would anyone dislike this,it is like a fairy land for this couple, they r so wonderful together.who would not want a relationship like this
I really like these people. They're very affable
I luv the flintsones
Love to have a place like that
Un trabajo excelente!!!No se nota la sensación de claustrofobia típica de las cuevas, si no que se siente amplitud y harmonía. Un ambiente sencillo y acogedor.
Ugh. What I would give to live in a cave! I love caves. What a fantastic house.
Lovely and these two have money for sure.
Gorgeous Cave Home! 💕
Hermosos resultados…mucho trabajo y creatividad. Felicidades por su cálido hogar
Thank God for the skills He has given man. Thanks
Haven't you guys come across reptiles such as snakes who like room temperature or less.
absolutely love it, now just sort that garden out so its appealing too!
lovely!!!!!!!! great work!!
I know this region with family living not far from Amboise
This is stunning.
génial un truc français 🙂 … a bhen non pppfffffff fais chier
14 dgré c ??? non! cest pas possible de vivre comme ça!
What an amazing couple, so genuine and passionate! I love seeing people who are not afraid to go after a dream and share their experiences with others so openly. The comments are unsurprisingly filled with love for this couple, they are truly inspiring <3
It's nice I must admit but let's be honest… a old cave that ppl once seek refuge when war was going on. Hmmmm I sense paranormal activities. I'll pass
The caves are remnants of mining and quarrying. We are told here in U.S. that they are native ancient cities lol! We are so stupid
It looks so much better in the inside than from the outside. Wow, the couple did an amazing job renovating that cave. It's definitely homey and livable now.
Great job, Well done.
Wow really enjoy watching how you renovate this beautiful cave in your home just awesome
They did an excellent job! Very beautiful!
Love people with extraordinary good taste and visionary know how. What an incredible project! Loved the tour, many thanks.Erika.
So if they have a kid & the kids not up to date, he will be that kid that was born under a rock :/
it is beautiful!!!!!
I love this!
Beautiful! Do you have moisture issues?
How much, not body like to mention the cost.
WIsh they would have said how LONG the actually spent on this. At least 2 years im sure.
They should do some nice stone work outside atleast a little bit
so clever, would love to stay there one day!
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I know Esau felt right at home
This is so great but just one thing bothers me… the acoustics…
Who wouldn’t love to live in a cave? Every child’s dream.
I love this stunning & beautiful cave ❤️ so much love and talent went in this beautiful home 😍❤️
I'm scared for them. 3m doesnt sound long enough. If they placed arches, that might protect them better from a cave-in but its earth, its going to move and probably in their lifetime…..
they worked so hard to restore this home – and the result is beautiful!
"Underground homes make me feel so Earthy.". . . Reely?
How do you find these people? Especially the guy with the underground house that you have to crawl into? Do they contact you?
Achei Sensacional Espetacular, um abraço do País da Corrupção Brasil, tenho imenso fascínio pelo Continente Europeu.
You have done a wonderful job, good luck
I want a limestone cave house, this is beautiful 💓
What a delightful couple. Not afraid of hard work and taking chances. Now they have one of the most beautiful and historical homes in the world. Built with their labor and the labor of peoples past. Wonderful video. thanks.
Now That's a house.Build something that will last for generations.All these new 'temporary' structures we build these days, houses that only last 80 years at best, or even less in many cases, bleh. worthless.Build a real home, something lasting, that's what we should be doing.
Muy buena idea, natural y recuperando una casa que se habría olvidado.
raggedy ass house
This house rocks !
Amazing home. Fantastic job of renovation. Very odd that it was plastered and then wall papered. Some questions that might be asked or investigated. Power tools on that rock has to generate a lot of dust. Silicosis type lung problems? The mineralizer is interesting. Dust was a question I had. (btw Limestone mixed with water (tears) makes carbolic acid, that's another issue that Ms can Riel mentioned.) Could they dig deeper into the mountain? How close through the rock is the neighbor? More history and survey of these types of dwellings. How is this similar or different to cave dwellings around the world? What's underneath? There looks like a basement level. Another amazing home on your amazing channel. Thank you. The caves in Chong Qing China are narrow and straight into the mountain. People crowded into them when the Japanese bombed the city during WWII. People would die of suffocation at the back. What's even more tragic is that just about any kind of transom at the opening (divide separating the top of the opening from the bottom) would have probably been just enough ventilation. (Transoms are usually painted shut and only in 100+ year old buildings, yet they ventilate quite well.)
What a cool place to live. The rooms are beautiful with that soft creamy color. It only detracts a little bit, but as for the trenches around the fireplace, those could easily be sculpted to match the texture of the natural surrounding stone. You wouldn't even notice them. That would be a fun project. Good luck I hope you have room for kids so they can grow up in there.
his reaction @2:18… He knows what he's got haha. Awesome
I would dig my way into my neighbor's house.
A Beautiful home! I am a bit claustrophobic, but I wouldn't feel that way here, its very very classy, well conceived and I would definitely stay there ..
The eternal question: What was the total cost of the renovation? I love to see the transformation of old spaces into new. But it is a young person's game. (It also helps to have highly-skilled & young friends.)
What a beautiful dream home!!
This is so nice I love the look of this. Nice view. They have done a great job of renovating the place.
Are these the only Frank's that speak English?
14:48 funniest pic
Wow! This is a work of art!
Awesome beautiful home
Martin Short never seems to age. Maybe living in caves is the secret.
So amazing! Very pretty. Is it safe? Will it cave in? No pun
Hello Kirsten ! Have you find other old charming houses in France , more in the south …? Looking for it !
Love this. Ty for showing all these incredible places
These two are very natural in front of the camera .. perhaps they could do a series on troglodyte homes.
A beautiful job.
I would love this house. Limestone grotto. My style
Beautiful. This place is amazing. They should be proud of the job they have done.
NOT 1000 HORSES CAN PULL ME IN THERE! THAT SHIT CAVE WILL KILL THEM ONE DAY!
These two chase the white line. Hard.
Where I can't even afford a normal house…🙄Incredible house 💙
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