Posted Wednesday, October 3, 2012 10:06 AM | Contributed by VitaminsAndGravy
Theme Park Connection, the theme-park memorabilia reseller in Winter Garden, is selling its largest piece of Disneyana ever: a 10,000-square-foot home constructed to look just like the Haunted Mansion ride at Disneyland. The seven-bedroom, six-bathroom house is in a gated community in Duluth, Ga., more than 2,000 miles away from the original in Anaheim, Calif. Owner and designer Mark Hurt, a contractor, had the home built in 1996.
Read more from The Orlando Sentinel.
So let me make sure I got this straight. He lives in Georgia and builds Disneyland's Haunted Mansion. Then he moves to Hawaii to build the Grand Californian? Why the heck doesn't he just live in L.A.?
I've already decided my home in Hawaii will be an exact replica of the Tiki Room.
I clicked on the link because I wanted to see pictures of it. Unfortunately there were none to be had. Thanks, Orlando Sentinel, for wasting several seconds of my time.
You should have clicked twice. The article links to the site that's selling the house, and there are about 30 pictures there. Except for the bathroom mirror, I found them pretty uninteresting.
Here ya go:
Here's my favorite-
Ships to : local pick up only
Too bad there isn't a Google Street view for that street.
What no stretching room? Anyway it looks really awesome. If I owned it I would put a welcome mat by front door "Our tour begins here..."
Sky's the limit.
Seven bedrooms make for an impressive statistic, but I'm curious if there's always room for one more.
13 Boomerang, 9 SLC, and 8 B-TR clones
"Noooo moooore bodies..."
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