Do you enjoy the great outdoors?

Do you wish you could sleep under the stars more than sleep with a roof over your head?

Photo by Tommy Lisbin on Unsplash
Photo by Tommy Lisbin on Unsplash
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Do you like going on safaris and would love to have the chance to experience that feeling daily?

If you answered "yes" to all three of those questions, you should have probably made a bid on this home.

Brian Altman with Realty Executives - Elite
Brian Altman with Realty Executives - Elite
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Located in Berlin, Wisconsin, and once listed for $1M, "this home should grace the cover of 'House Beautiful'" according to realtor.com.

Yes, the home is no longer for sale but was on the market as recently as just a few months ago.

Brian Altman with Realty Executives - Elite
Brian Altman with Realty Executives - Elite
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I don't believe it has been sold either. That means you could still get your hands on it when/if it gets relisted.

The home has also made some national news, highlighted by Cheapism calling it "The Indoors is Outdoors House."

MSN via Cheapism:

With rock walls, indoor ponds, plants galore, and flora and fauna nature-inspired motifs running throughout this home, it's fair to say that anyone who doesn't love camping probably isn't going to give this property a second look. Still, with six bedrooms, six baths, and a 17-plus acre lot with hiking paths, a stocked lake, and — inexplicably — a restored Humvee included in the sale, it does have its, err, charms?

Brian Altman with Realty Executives - Elite
Brian Altman with Realty Executives - Elite
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Yes, the house comes with a Humvee. I've heard of homes sold with the appliances but I don't think I've ever heard of one being sold complete with a Hummer.

What do you think? Interested? Keep tabs on the home by bookmarking THIS link.

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