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Location: Newburgh, Indiana
As it turns out, Indiana, home of arguably the most hideous mansion in all the land, has another very special, very frilly piece of real estate in its domain. Behold this American Gothic Revival-style house sitting on two verdant acres overlooking the Ohio River. The 6,312-square-foot home was custom-designed by local firm H.G. McCullough Designers in the early aughts. Now on the market for $1.4M, the property is a whole lot easier on the eyes than that other Indiana house, but it's still a lot to take in.
With shingled roofs and an all-white facade, the four-bedroom home is like a cottage meets cathedral, with ornate details sprinkled throughout—from the many gothic windows to the elaborate fireplace to a cathedral-shaped bathroom mirror. The interiors are currently blindingly white with mostly beige-y accoutrements—heavenly, would be one way to look at it.