It costs six figures to live in one of the seven wonders of the world, or at least a place like it.
In the small town of Rockwell, North Carolina, a property has been put up for sale for $675,000. In fact, this three-bedroom sprawl oddly resembles the Pyramids of Giza outside Cairo.
The image shows the house divided into two pyramid-like structures. One with a red roof and one with a blue roof. According to Jampress, the property is aptly named “The Pyramids” and was designed by an architect named James Kluttz in 1987.
Among the features are conversation-starting shapes, plus 18 acres with fig, apple, and banana trees.
Inside, images show that the new owners have narrow rooms, for example single beds arranged in a small space just below a sloping roof. No sunlight.
please do not worry. Also inside, you’ll find his two areas connected by a breeze with a sunroom, screened porch, and covered deck, as well as a kitchen, dining room, and living room. One of the pyramids has a garage and an unusual roof with skylights that let in the sun.
The property spans 3,687 square feet and also has seven bathrooms.
Yet, despite its quirky curb appeal, the property has taken viewers by surprise when it pops up on social media channels.
One wrote, “The perfect place to be mummified,” while another wrote, “What’s going on in Netflix’s cult documentary.”
“There are about four windows…no natural light! You will feel like you are there,” he added.
There was at least one fan of this house. The interior looks surprisingly comfortable. “
The list comes at an interesting time. Last week, The Post reported on a listing of Egyptian villas. We offer the best perks: Pure view of the Pyramids of Giza.
DM Properties & Associates has a list of homes in North Carolina.