Imagine, you're about to buy a home... You check Zillow, and one of the homes has a room filled with LEGO!

We all have hobbies we love, some more normal than others. We have all most likely played with, or at least seen LEGO before. This Cedar Rapids home has a huge LEGO city in it. It was the owner's hobby, and he estimated the worth of all the LEGO at between $6 thousand and $16 thousand. Wow, that's a lot for something that's considered a toy.

Source: Zillow

This house was built in 1919, making it over 100 years old! It has 3 bedrooms (One filled with LEGO.) It also has a full basement, and 2 full bathrooms. It is currently estimated at $122,600.

  • Elementary: Harrison
  • Middle: Roosevelt
  • High: Jefferson

 

The LEGO city is such a random addition to these pictures.

LEGO City Home

This home is over 100 years old and has some real fun on the inside. What goofy thing would you put in your home?

The house discerption is as follows:

Move right in to this affordable Northwest side home! The large porch out front is perfect for enjoying a hot cup of coffee in the morning. Step inside and notice the newer flooring and paint, as well as the kitchen updates. Rec room downstairs as well as a 4th non-conforming bedroom and another full bath. Out back features a large deck, flat yard, and a detached garage.

All they forgot to do was mentioned the LEGO city, though I don't think that comes with the home. The appliances are also included: "Some Gas Appliances, Dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave, Range, Refrigerator, Water Heater, Washer."

More information and photos about this sold home can been found and seen here. What random thing would you love to have in your home?

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