If you’ve ever wanted to visit Santa’s workshop in the North Pole, the wait is now over. And not only can you visit Mr. and Mrs. Claus’s house, you can actually buy it!
The 3-bedroon, 2-bathroom house sits on 25 acres of land in the beautiful and snowy North Pole. The home is a cozy log cabin that will keep you warm and toasty when the weather gets chilly.
The home is outfitted with perfect Christmas decor, from Christmas tree and stockings to holly and hot cocoa. Anyone who wishes it was Christmas all year round will be right at home in this comfortable house.
If you purchase Santa Claus’s home, you won’t just get the cabin. The house listing also includes Santa’s toy workshop, reindeer stables, and a sleigh parking garage. The home is listed at $656,957, which might seem a bit steep — but when you consider all that you’re getting, it’s actually pretty reasonable. Plus, this home is full of Christmas magic, so you never know, maybe your future could include riding on a flying sleigh and delivering presents to kids around the world.
The Zillow listing says, “A toy-lover’s paradise nestled on 25 idyllic acres at the North Pole – perfect for spirited reindeer games.
“The home, constructed in the 1800s of gorgeous old-growth timber logged on site, is steeped in Old World charm but offers modern-day amenities, thanks to a 2013 renovation.
“A welcoming entryway leads to the living room with a floor-to-ceiling river rock fireplace for roasting chestnuts.
“The gourmet kitchen is a baker’s dream, boasting an oven with 12 different cookie settings.
“Cookies are served directly from oven to table in the adjoining dining room.
“Boughs of holly deck the hall leading to the master bedroom, which features sprawling mountain views.
“Jingle all the way to two charming guest rooms that guarantee visitors are never left out in the cold.
“Cuddle close to the wood-burning stove in the queen suite.
“Or bunk up in the cozy loft. The more, the merrier.
“Tiptoe down the hall to Santa’s quiet study.
“An impressive writing desk is flanked by the same sewing table Santa used to make the original teddy bear.
“Substantial built-in shelving stores toy prototypes.
“Over the river and through the woods is a state-of-the-art toy-making facility with workstations for 50 diminutive craftsmen.
“Nearby are a garage, with space for Santa’s all-weather sleigh, and stables that board eight live-in reindeer, plus a bonus stall for red-nosed company, eagerly awaiting Christmas Eve.”
Would you move to Santa’s house? Would you bring your kids to visit it?
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h/t Huffington Post