It’s a bit ironic that I found this particular showcase of dead animals in a home whose address is on “Lively Lane.”
It’s also a bit strange to me that the room with all of the disembodied animal heads opens directly into the dining room and kitchen.
Maybe it’s some type of mental diet. A form of psychological appetite suppressant, if you will.
My, what a lovely, lovely home. Um… other than all the dead animals stuck to the walls, that is. It remains a mystery to me how anyone can “accessorize” their home with murder victims. Ed Gein would be so proud…….
Other than that minor decorating FAIL, it’s quite the nice place. I have to admit I don’t recall ever seeing a listing include the phrase “elevator ready,” but I suppose one would be too tired to climb all the way to the 2nd floor after hunting down all those antelope et al.
I’m wondering, what is the tub surround in Pic 18 made from? It looks like stone, but the exterior corner next to the left hand door seems to indicate a very shallow depth, maybe even wallpaper. But, since whatever-it-is continues on into the shower stall, I doubt it’s wallpaper. Any guesses? The other bath, in Pic 21 looks like tile, but that doesn’t seem to be the case in Pic 18. Ah, another mystery…
Gotta say, I’d have a blast going sock-footed “skating” on all those polished hardwood floors! “Risky Business” redux, here I come!! :D
You know why this place is really on the market? The previous owner’s in an institution. That’s because whenever no one else is around – especially at night… those heads sing.
Here are a few links. If you play one of these selections while looking at the picture of that room, you can actually see them smirking.
@anodean: (O_o) Barbershop and gospel… combined?!
I repeat… (O_o)