Ahoy Cheeseheads! Wisconsin Home Built to Look Like a Ship
You can't push this house into the Bay and expect it to float, but you will have the feel of living on a boat with some of the unusual features this Wisconsin residence offers to a future buyer.
The "mid-century contemporary" home was built in Green Bay in 1958 and was designed to resemble a ship with "dramatic sail roof lines," according to the listing from Shorewest Realtors.
The unique ship-like characteristics of this home are everywhere with windows shaped like portholes, and a winding staircase that makes you feel like you're walking up from the galley.
With more than 4,300 square feet, the home offers 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and a nautical theme throughout the residence.
The entire second floor is a private owner's suite with one and a half baths, plus features skylights and stonework.
You will be transported back in time with this home that is currently on the market and listed for $385,000. The furnishings included in the listing photos seem to be from the 70s, with thick carpeting, and a kitchen that is so retro it's actually pretty cool.
Let's take you inside this Green Bay, Wisconsin home that feels like you're about to set sail: