Lego Lovers Dream Home For Sale in Wisconsin
Many of us grew up playing with Legos as a child. Even as an adult, many of us still like to put together those plastic little bricks. There is a home in Kenosha, Wisconsin that obviously was owned by a Lego lover. The house is now for sale for a new lover of Legos to move into.
The home is located at 7003 61st Avenue in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
It's interesting that the details of the property completely ignore the Lego theme that can be found throughout the house. The description mentions the 2 layers of drywall, the denim insulation, and even the green glue soundproofing -- but the word "Lego" never appears:
Fantastic home in a convenient location. Centrally located to restaurants & shopping and in a great neighborhood, this home has been updated with new siding & windows, new furnace and AC, new water heater and a battery back up sump pump. Nothing to do but move right in and at an incredible price! The basement is finished with not one but two rec room areas & also a workshop with a steel entry door, 2 layers of drywall, denim insulation & green glue soundproofing-perfect for a man cave, workshop or sound/music studio. Open concept layout boasts an updated kitchen & lots of built-in's throughout the home for storing all your collectibles, kids toys & games.
Let's take a virtual tour of the home...
The only hint of Legos on the outside of the home is the address above the garage door has the shape and color of a Lego brick. There might also be little Lego figurines in the display case near the side walk.
The backyard is pretty average looking.
The living room is really where you start to see the seller's love of Legos.
The kitchen is brightly colored and anybody who loves Legos has to really appreciate the Lego backsplash!
Looking from the kitchen into the dining room you can see the bright colors continue throughout the home.
The dining room table even has what looks like Legos embedded into the surface of the table.
Nothing says "I'm obsessed with Legos" more than this bathroom! I would really like to see a closeup of the toilet paper holder! (There isn't one available unfortunately.)
The basement continues with the brightly colored walls with lots of storage.
Imagine all the Lego pieces you could store in all those bins!
Even the office has a Lego logo on the wall.
The home features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and has a total of 2,114 square feet of living space. It is listed for $250,000. Here is the complete listing from realtor.com.
I wonder what the inside of the house looked like before everything was packed away? I bet there were some cool Lego displays.