There is nothing conventional about Alameda's 1029 Broadway. Virtually every room of the bungalow has been painted, sculpted or built into an otherworldly experience. The walls in one bedroom have been cut out and shaped to resemble something like a lava pit. The laundry room has fake jellyfish hanging from the ceiling; a bathroom has ornaments that resemble planets and a celestial scene painted on the walls; and what look like flat-topped mountains have been sculpted onto section of the roof that faces the backyard. The home's sellers, who share their story on the official property website, have now moved to the Sonoran desert and put the three-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom place on the market for $675K.