20 of the Sneakiest Secret Doors (list)

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Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.

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  3. Hidden Doors and Secret Passageways are always a cool amenity to any house. Not only does provide mystery to your living quarters, but it also allows for a bit of privacy. Hidden doors and secret passageways seem to be a popular room addition since there are numerous companies on the web who specialize in such requests, like The Hidden Door Company, Creative Home Engineering and Hide A Door. Of course, you can easily get the typical hidden door in a bookcase, but we’ve found some pretty interesting ones below!

  4. Facinating, but definitely for the well to do folk, who have things to hide! I did like the hidden garage doors though. That was clever.

  5. O Street Mansion in Washington D.C. is the supreme location for encounters with secret doors (there are something like 38 secret doors accessible to the public tour-goers). Photos can be taken by tour-goers, so some cool ones can probably be found online. “The interior design of the Mansion on O Street became noted for unique and eccentric styling of various architectural, artistic and design periods. It incorporates maze-like passageways, hidden doors and secret rooms.”

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  7. I see everyone’s going after the mirror door. Sure, it looks like the best for putting in a house that’s already built–but come on, people! Who’s ever going to dream of LIFTING STAIRS to find a secret room??? That’s the best one in the whole darn list!

    (And, yeah, the knob on the painted door is pretty obvious–but the CONCEPT is pretty cool.)

  8. #2, I’m pretty certain that’s in the National Gallery, London. There’s a café on the other side.

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