Is this Pittsburgh home for sale submarine chic? Take a look

When looking at the outside, you wouldn't be able to guess what's going on inside those walls.

When looking at the outside, you wouldn’t be able to guess what’s going on inside those walls.

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On the outside, this brick house for sale in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, almost blends into its surroundings. But little do people know, the interior takes it to an entirely new level — one that could be seen as “out of this world.”

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The three-bedroom, one-bathroom home listed for $199,000 asks folks if they “dare to be different” in the listing on, and different it surely is. It almost has a spaceship sort of feel with its heavy doors in one area, while another carries a James Cameron’s “The Abyss” vibe.

Interior Screen grab from Realtor

“When you walk in the front door, it seems like it’s a ranch-style house; but the previous owner cut the floor out to lower it to the basement level, so it’s all open,” listing agent Chads Mullinary said to Realtor.

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Yes, that means there’s a sunken living room with a ladder to an out-of-this-world library. But there’s so much more across its 1,475 square feet.

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“Also featuring a floor to ceiling space wall mural,” the listing says. “The dining room command center features a dining experience like no other!”

Interior Screen grab from Realtor

Other features include:

  • Pocket door

  • Galley-style kitchen

  • A hatch

  • Workshop

  • Spiral staircase

  • Den

  • Above-ground pool

Kitchen Screen grab from Realtor

“The spaceship dining room was designed from a lot of parts the previous owner had from an Apache helicopter,” Mullinary said to Realtor. “He was going through a point in his life, where creating this unique design was sort of an escape.”

Interior Screen grab from Realtor

TJ Macías is a Real-Time national sports reporter for McClatchy based out of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Previously, TJ covered the Dallas Mavericks and Texas Rangers beat for numerous media outlets including 24/7 Sports and Mavs Maven (Sports Illustrated). Twitter: @TayloredSiren


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