This ’60s Home Is Made Of Rocks And Glass Bottles. Take A Look Inside | Digg


Back in 1968, this Tucson, Arizona, home was built from rocks and thousands of bottles. Every inch of the 2,700 square-foot property is covered in either huge stones or clear, green and orange bottles. Why? We don’t know.

Priced at just $432,500, and featuring “dates and artists’ hand-prints … from 1964” according to the listing, it’s safe to say the three-bed, three-bath place is one of a kind.

The handcrafted home boasts three fireplaces, two wood-burning stoves and several hidden nooks throughout. If you want to feel like a little cave-dwelling creature, or a hobbit of some kind, this might just be the house for you.

Via @zillowgonewild.

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