Every Home Has Story
I see a lot of homes in every style and every shape and size --just like the people behind their stories.
In my NYC advertising days with Jerry Della Femina I created perfect for a home equity loan ad for Chemical Bank in NYC and found the perfect house--one house in the shape of a shoe.
It was called the Haines Shoe House built by a successful shoe salesman named Mahlon Haines (a.k.a. the ‘Shoe Wizard’. He gave one of his work boots to an architect and told him to “build me a house like this”. And so it began. Built in 1948 or so a stucco-covered timber-frame building had stained glass windows with shoe designs in them. The top of the house from the heel reaches a height of 25 feet. The toe contains a living room, the heel contains the kitchen. Two bedrooms are in the ankle, and an ice cream shop was located in the in-step. So many stories about this house CLick here for more info on this wonderfully weird shoe home
Here is a wonderful video of many strange homes around the world--
So what is your story for your house--it is a story that can be cherished for generations to enjoy--even new buyers.
Photo Credit: By Eliott, Joseph - https://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/pa3974.photos.202918p, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=34384781