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Meowowza

Meowowza
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It’s hard to put a finger on this décor style something to do with Southwestern but with more colour. It’s got our eyes as big as the cat’s in the picture.

 

Colour cornucopia

Colour cornucopia
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Someone had fun learning the colour wheel in this room. It must be the least often used sitting room.

Hold your horses

Hold your horses
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Wait, what? Where’d he come from? The property has a tremendous arena and horse stable, but it didn’t say anything about the horses having a room inside the house.

Fire department listing

Fire department listing
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Did the fire department provide the listing photos for this home?

Precarious purchase

Precarious purchase
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This lighthouse treehouse sits on a site the experienced a devastating landslide back in 1996 but that’s maybe not the primary concern with the property. The owner has been locked in a battle with the city about the treehouse, which is listed for $109,000 on a 1,052 square-metre block. The treehouse is only accessible by boat or walking during low tide and still needs a soil test to remain in place. There is no bathroom, electricity, heat, or running water. Instead, it relies on a system that catches rainwater, filters it, and turns it into potable water. While this location is pretty secluded, we bet you aren’t – make sure you’re not being a rude neighbour with these nasty habits.

There was an old woman …

There was an old woman …
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This California home will stir up some old nursery rhyme thoughts with its shoe-like design. It was designed back in 1976 and features unique interior art and design.

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George Costanza house

George Costanza house
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Seinfeld’s George Costanza once tried to “invest” in triangle art so he might be reluctant to check out this Washington home that features the three-sided figure prominently.

Make sure you avoid these decorating mistakes that make your home look messy.

Must be this short to enter this house

Must be this short to enter this house
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There won’t be any outrageous parties with people jumping around in this place for fear of hitting their heads on the ceiling. The house appears to have remodelled an old garage into a living space.

Concrete dome home

Concrete dome home
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This property in Minnesota features a concrete dome home that totals 594 square metres. It’s spray foam insulated and creates a striking image from afar.

Airbnb?

Airbnb?
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Seems like a strange way to turn a one bedroom into a two bedroom. Joking aside, it’s befuddling to think that someone might actually sleep in the wardrobe. Let’s hope someone isn’t trying to rent it out as an Airbnb.

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