This Unique 1960s Home Built from Rocks and Glass Bottles Is Up for Sale

Written by Henrik Rothen

Jan.10 - 2024 9:44 AM CET

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This Unique 1960s Home Built from Rocks and Glass Bottles Is Up for Sale.

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Nestled in the heart of Tucson, Arizona, a remarkable home from the 1960s stands out for its unique construction materials: rocks and thousands of glass bottles. Spanning 2,700 square feet, this one-of-a-kind house is now on the market, priced at a modest $432,500.

A Handcrafted Architectural Marvel

Every inch of this handcrafted property tells a story of creativity and eccentricity. The walls are adorned with huge stones and an array of colorful bottles in clear, green, and orange hues. The reason behind this unconventional choice of materials remains a mystery, adding to the allure of the residence.

The house boasts three bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with three fireplaces that add warmth and character. Its spacious open layout is complemented by numerous cozy nooks, perfect for reading or napping, offering a blend of openness and intimacy.

Adding to its charm, the home features dates and artists' handprints from 1964, as mentioned in the listing

See pictures of this incredible rock and glass bottle house below and experience its unique beauty:

Photo: Mlssaz

Photo: Mlssaz

Photo: Mlssaz

Photo: Mlssaz

Photo: Mlssaz

Photo: Mlssaz

Photo: Mlssaz

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