As the title says, houses that are as exorbitantly expensive as the crown store exclusives, the Grand Topal, the Dawnlight, Earthtear and other exclusives, should not be held to the same item count restrictions as the other houses. A single one of these houses costs more than it does to buy ESO with all of it's DLC minus Murkmire, along with a decent month or two of ESO plus on top. We're talking in the range of £75 ($95.86) for someone who buys just enough for the unfurnished, to, and this is assuming we're dealing with a person who utterly whales themselves to get crowns to furnish things as well who goes for the maximum bracket they can, £109.99 ($140.59).
Considering Zenimax is charging these kind of prices for a single piece of fluff content, I find it utterly appalling that they then hold the owners of these expensive monuments to the same standard as anyone else who's bought a house for either regular coin or crowns. If I paid the better part of a hundred pounds for a house with 750 item slots, I want those item slots no matter what my status as a + subscriber is.
Indeed, I think the same should be true for any house bought with crowns rather than coin. Players should be rewarded for investing money into the game via these items, not milked further because they chose to invest in something they were passionate about.
As to the argument of 'but it then detracts a selling point from ESO+!', I would argue that the three main selling points, access to all content, an XP bonus and the crafting bag, is more than enough for a subscription incentive, and those already paying their sub fee do so more for their crafting bag than their houses' item limit.
Anyone else agree with this?