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The woman who turned her house into a 'giant dollhouse' can't sell it

The woman who turned her house into a 'giant dollhouse' can't sell it

A WOMAN who turned her house into a “giant doll's house” says she is having difficulty finding a new owner.

In 1987, Mary Rose Young bought her house in Lydney, United Kingdom, for approximately 44,000 Canadian dollars.

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After that, Mrs. Young redecorated her house, transforming it in an extreme way!

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Mrs Young and her husband Phil Butcher have been trying to sell the house since 2014, but it is very difficult to find buyers…

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Real estate agents estimate the house's value to be at least $365,000 Canadian dollars, but all potential buyers say they are bothered by its distinctive decor.

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While many people have advised Ms. Young to redesign the house in a more sober way, the owner says she finds it difficult to erase her “life's work.”

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While Ms Young emphasized that she still loves her home, she explained: “I have arranged this house around my lifestyle and I have never seen it as something that can be sold. We live here like two children in a doll's house, and looking back, why would anyone want to buy it? She Theater for children.”

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The artist concluded his speech, recalling one of the rare visits made by potential buyers: “Someone came to visit and looked at it, but he did not stay long.”

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