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Forest-Of-A-Home Has A Thing For Wood Paneling

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Photos via Swamplot

Yesterday, we took a look at a cave-like condo in Chicago. Today, we are going to tour a, um, "Forest-Of-A-Home" in Houston's Indian Trails. And why have I given the average four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom abode this nickname? Well, because, throughout, "there's lumber sliced every which way on the walls". The 3,409-square-foot residence "enjoys" a terrible arrangement of hardwoods, an appalling kitchen, 70's-style carpeting, and much, much more. Obviously, it needs some major updating. The price for a renovators dream (or nightmare)? $630,000.

· The Ways the Wood Walls Go in Indian Trails [Swamplot]
· 5795 Indian Circle [Har]