This is very cool! A 2800 sq ft replica of the house from the movie UP has been built in Utah. It's pretty accurate. Where is the little boy? Not sure if I would buy it for $400k, but if they threw in the little boy from the film, I might consider. He was so precious! This will be interesting to watch because it is such a novelty house. Novelty properties tend to not hold value as much because they are so taste specific. Well, I hope this UP house can sell in this DOWN market!
Now if someone would re-create Castle Greyskull I would totally pay top dollar for that...but only if He-Man & She-Ra were included in the sale.
What is your favorite cartoon house?
It never ceases to amaze me how myopic some people are about their remodel choices. Making a home too customized to your own needs & tastes can often backfire. What adds value in your mind may in fact detract value!...as this LogoOnline (aka 365Gay) viewer finds out from me here.
What is the worst thing you've seen a garage converted into? I'd love to hear!
LogoTV showing Hermanity some love again! Thx!
What a deal! Not only do you get a dated brown shingle home on the outside, but wow you also get a white post-modern curvy condo inside. (giggle)
My initial theories on this listing:
1. Must be a Mixed Marriage: Exterior by Berkeley Hippie & Interior by SOMA Yuppie
2. The house (& probably owner) is schizophrenic
3. The person who designed the inside has something against right angles.
4. It's not just mental cognizant dissonance , it's rental cognizant dissonance
What are your theories for how this dubious design came about?
If I've said it once I've said it a million times, please match outside architecture with inside decor. (If you missed the memo, revisit my webcast here!)
A big joy of home ownership is 'making it your own.' But if you ever want to sell down the line, an overly self-indulgent remodel will hurt your revalue value. Save your vanity projects for your plastic surgery!
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