A retreat in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, is getting some particular consideration due to its distinctive construction.
While the placement is extraordinarily splendid with beautiful views throughout, the place referred to as “the stair home,” which has hit the market for $695,000, is missing a couple of important residing requirements — like a toilet or bed room.
“There’s nothing else like this home on the lake. The architecture is a very unique design, something that you won’t find very often,” mentioned itemizing agent Lisa Ciraulo, in response to Realtor.com. “It was an idea that the seller had and just wanted to kind of work with it and see it grow.”
The skinny house is unfold out over 5 ranges and 936 sq. ft. While most are most likely curious in regards to the inside of the property, the itemizing highlights the outside.
“This is THE ultimate home base for all of your lake recreation activities!” the itemizing describes. “100 feet of CDA Lake frontage, over 900 square feet of dock, two boat slips, four watercraft floats and an architectural jaw dropper with five levels of expertly crafted space to play! Barefoot friendly deck, covered dining area, huge pantry and indoor kitchen area. Choose your favorite space nestled among the trees with plenty of room for all of your family and friends!”
Another brilliant spot on the slim property is its 900-square-foot dock that has breathtaking views of the lake.
Inside, there’s a area for mattresses and even small, cubby areas for kids.
“Most of them have a full or queen bed and an area where you can completely stand up,” Ciraulo mentioned, in response to Realtor.com.
There are not any closets within the bed room areas which some say doesn’t make them an “official” bed room. However, “contrary to popular belief, a room does not need a closet to be considered a bedroom,” in response to TheStability.com. The itemizing does checklist the bedrooms at zero.
There can also be no operating water on the home and the bathroom is only for present.
“To make the property fully functional, a buyer would need to install a [water] system,” Ciraulo mentioned, in response to Realtor.com.