Several years ago, Anna Jones was shocked to discover that the house she bought quite some time earlier had an extra small house situated on the property, which was just big enough for people who were under five feet tall to stay in.
As Jones explained to ABC News, the former owners of the home assembled the minimalistic house in the 1960s as a playhouse for their children.
Another view of the kitchen
The little house, made of blocks, is outfitted with running water, power, a little kitchen, front room, chimney, room, washroom and, surprisingly, a downsized shower.
The furniture inside has been sized smaller than normal to accommodate the needs of young children and a few people.
Presently, Jones said she will offer it to the most prominent bidder.
“To make a decent proposal on it, exhume it, and take it, it would help us monetarily,” Jones added. “Or on the other hand, to assist with revamping it, that is incredible. It needs some delicate love and care, I can’t stay aware of it.”
The Jones family has had one person and different realtors ask about the little block house up to this point.
New Jersey residents believe the house remains a local landmark, so they want all of it to remain.
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