Though not one to personally believe in such traditionalist beliefs, Reagan can certainly respect others' views as it's down to those who believe in 'pure magic' as to why he has amassed such a large wealth to buy such a house. The house itself is fairly modern and sits on the seafront of one of Lincliff's famous beaches. Like many magical homes, it possesses a larger interior than it's exterior showcases.
Though modernity is the style that ties all of the rooms within the Trelawney house together, rooms often clash with one another. Reagan doesn't mind, preferring to have the multiple styles to satisfy his own wants as he believes life is too short to be so uniform all the time.
Whether or not his desperation for getting to the exciting part of the evening was down to the dry spell cast upon these sorts of activities in his life or because Cyril charmed him so, Reagan wasted very little time in guiding the other to his bedroom, slamming the door behind him, "This live up to any preconceived notions?"
Reagan's hands ghosted above the area just below the small of Cyril's back, waiting for the perfect chance to cave into desires. Following Cyril's gaze, he grinned, "Check for yourself, I'd hate to ruin the surprise."