It’s a housing market in which many houses are selling very quickly. This one, however, has something most home buyers likely aren’t looking for.
In Gulfport, a house described as a four bedroom, three bath and 2,874 square feet might not be so surprising. It has a washer and dryer, electric water heater, an open floor plan, a wet bar, a great view over the Boca Ciega Bay and a “centuries old’ tree growing through the kitchen. Wait, what? Yes, it’s a feature you might consider “weird”. Watch the video as a reporter is given a tour by the real estate agent tasked with finding a buyer for the absolutely unique home.
Now you’ve seen it, and yes, the home sold, according to Zillow.com. The selling price? $899,000. It is, after all, right on Boca Ciega Bay.
Gulfport is known for its eccentricities, but a live oak tree growing in the kitchen and through the roof? A real estate agent is trying to make the sale https://t.co/MEre94NVoQ— Tampa Bay Times (@TB_Times) July 1, 2021
Would you have considered purchasing this one-of-a-kind home? It does kind of give “tree house” a new meaning.
[Source: UPI Odd News]
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