Right now, my fiancee and I are in the process of planning when to buy our dream home and obviously, saving up for it. I think it's something many people do as well, but in order to afford this dream home in Clarence, you'll need to save a lot.

It's not often a home that leaves you speechless, but this home located on Rockledge Dr. in Clarence fits the bill.

Listed on Zillow at $1.7 million, it features nearly 8,000-square-feet of space and when you step inside, you can see just how big it is. It has six bedrooms and six bathrooms, with one of the most incredible kitchens you'll find in Western New York. I know my fiancee will go crazy over it!

The house even has a workout room and its very own movie theater. That's right, you can just stay in if you want to head to the movie theaters.

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Time outside can be spent on the gorgeous patio with plenty of space and an outdoor pool.

My favorite rooms are definitely the kitchen and movie theater. I would spend hours in that movie theater if I lived here. Maybe even calling in sick to work sometimes just to lounge around and watch my favorite movies.

You can check some of the photos, courtesy of Zillow.

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