“Wizard of Oz” Hawaiian home wows Zillow Gone Wild
A charming house with a very familiar Hollywood theme has entered the real estate market in Naalehu, Hawaii for $ 1.5 million. He’s also managed to capture the attention of Zillow Gone Wild’s Facebook groupies, who have strong opinions on the setting.
Decor that seems to echo “follow the yellow brick road”.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home is unique, as listed on Zillow, and comes with a wide variety of features including ample space for entertaining, tiki bar, formal dining room, orchard with lime, lemon and banana trees and views of the Pacific Ocean. It’s also quite massive at 4,646 square feet.
And, yes, there is the “Wizard of Oz” theme which includes, believe it or not, a yellow brick road.
The house seemed to mesmerize fans of the popular Zillow Gone Wild Facebook page, who shared their thoughts on the house.
Some were a little confused about the pool … or is it a pond?
“So in the article they refer to a half million gallon ‘pond’ … is that what they call a swimming pool in Hawaii or did they let the pool get out of hand and have decided to call it a pond? ” asked a fan.
Others were fascinated by the price of the house.
“It’s a very low price for Hawaii,” said one person.
“This house is a real bargain for the price,” observed another.
“It’s in Hawaii,” said one fan. “I take it.”
But, of course, some could not help but observe the scenery.
“The last time I was at HI a local asked me if I had taken the yellow brick road to school when I said I was from KS,” said another. fan. “If I had the money, I would live there for sure!”
“Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain, trying to hide your view of the lava flow,” another joked.
“I wanted to see the legs stick out from under the house,” said one person.
“I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore,” said another.
However, few seemed to ask the one big glaring question about the house …
“Okay, but why is there a bathtub in the living room?” One person finally asked.
“I love the ‘Wizard of Oz’ theme but is there a tub in the middle of the living room?” said another.