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Dream garages let you eat, party and even sleep next to your wheels

Car aficionado Chuck Steel of Coronado, Calif., has a custom garage for his 1935 Packard 1201 coupe convertible - among others - with two subterranean parking spaces and a giant mural of the beach framed by LED lights. Foto: Photo for The Washington Post by Douglas Hill

Since the dawn of the 21st century, the wow factor of a house has centered on the trophy kitchen: a temple of polished stone counters, party-size islands and top-of-the-line appliances.

But that's all gotten a bit boring. A new status symbol is zooming onto the domestic landscape: the luxury garage. High-performance Italian cars, after all, are much sexier than high-performance Italian dishwashers...

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