The owner explained she and her girlfriend had bought their very first home together, which was the second-oldest house in the street.
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The man, named Matt O'Brien, supposedly recorded his own lyrics over "In the Hall of the Mountain King" by Edvard Grieg.
The resident gingerly filmed the bears from the safety of his house, as he lamented he's going to need to go shopping.
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To make sure it grows as big and luscious as in the 1995 film "Jumanji," starring Robin Williams, the tenant has poured water on the plant.
Jordan Darian glued each coin down by hand using glue, then covered the entire floor with $300 worth of epoxy resin.
Amber Milne, from Scotland, revealed workmen had to take the door off just to fit inside the tiny room.
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The Australian real estate agent cited false claims about people vaccinated against COVID-19 "shedding" the virus.
The house, built in 1947, has seven bedrooms and four bathrooms, and is on the market for $1,375,000.
The TikTok user shared how he built a bar out of an "old chimney."
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The woman revealed it took her three-and-a-half hours to lay out the crackers.
Grace Benavente, who lived in the Oregon house when she was a child, revealed that even her parents had no idea what was beneath the carpet.
Kenny Dunn, a 39-year-old locomotive engineer in Washington, has been sober now for four-and-a-half years.
A woman renovating a home in Utah shared her discoveries on TikTok—and uncovered the sad story of one former resident.
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Charlotte Violet bought a house in a seaside town in the U.K., and painted the exterior a bright shade of yellow.
The woman said she would upload a video tour of the whole house after millions watched her reveal the secret bar.
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Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki tweeted this week that the home is "part of Poland's history."
The $550,000 four-bed, three-bath home was built in 1926, and is referred to as a the Plummer Pump House.
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Their estimates were widely mocked on social media Tuesday, with one post asking, "How can you fix the city's housing crisis if you're this oblivious?"
The woman claimed the basement hadn't been opened up for 20 years, revealing they'd previously stored their vacuum cleaner in the cupboard.
The homeowner snapped up the property after falling in love with an exposed brick wall.