Unusual pyramid home in North Carolina asks $675K

Residing in one of many seven wonders of the world — or at the very least one thing prefer it — will value you six figures.

Within the small city of Rockwell, North Carolina, a property has come to market asking $675,000 — and maybe it appears extra at house in Egypt. Certainly, this three-bedroom unfold bears a weird resemblance to the Pyramids of Giza, positioned on the outskirts of Cairo.

Photos present the house is cut up into two pyramid-like buildings — one with a pink roof and the opposite with a blue one. The property is aptly named “The Pyramids” and was designed in 1987 by an architect named James Kluttz, in response to Jampress.

Among the many options, along with the conversation-starting form: 18 acres of grounds with fig, apple and banana bushes.

Inside, photographs present the brand new house owners may have some tight quarters with, for example, a single mattress positioned in a small area proper below a slanted roof. In the meantime, the hallways are additionally small and don’t obtain daylight.

The property was designed in 1987.
The property was designed in 1987.
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An aerial shot of the property.
An aerial shot of the property.
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A living area.
A dwelling space.
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Built-in storage.
Constructed-in storage.
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The kitchen.
The kitchen.
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Don’t fret. Additionally inside are two areas linked by a breezeway with a sunroom, a screened-in porch and a lined deck — in addition to a kitchen, a eating room and a lounge. One pyramid homes a storage and the unusually formed roof additionally has skylights to let in daylight.

The property spans 3,687 sq. ft and likewise has seven loos.

Nonetheless, regardless of its quirky curb attraction, the property made its strategy to social media channels, which left viewers shocked.

“Excellent place to get mummified,” wrote one, whereas one other stated, “What within the Netflix cult documentary is happening right here.”

“There are like 4 home windows…holy lack of pure gentle! There’s a purpose pyramids are tombs vs. homes to really stay in,” stated one other, with one other including, “I’d really feel just like the partitions had been closing in on me.”

There was at the very least one fan of the house: “It’s quirky…AND I LOVE IT!!! Appears to be like surprisingly cozy inside.”

The itemizing comes at an attention-grabbing time. Final week, The Publish reported {that a} listed Egyptian villa delivers a supreme perk: unadulterated views of the Pyramids of Giza.

DM Properties & Associates has the itemizing for the North Carolina house.

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