There are some unique properties out there, but this one unlike anything we've seen before.

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While this almost 3,600 square foot Ohio property is well known in the area, this is the first time in two decades that it's actually for sale. As you can see from the photos this home is truly a work of art.

Zillow has the property located at 7245 Cascade Rd in Painesville, Ohio listed for $400,000. Not a bad price for a home with such individuality. Allow us to fill you in on some special features of this property.

Ohio Sculpture House Facts and Features:

  • First off, it's five bedrooms, three bathrooms and sits on a little over a acre of wooded property.
  • It's a piece of architecture created by Wayne Trapp, and named "Chant du Cygne" meaning "Swan Song". Although, some refer to it as the Flintstone House.
  • It was designed to look like a rock formation bulging out from the earth.
  • It was built in 1970 to be a playful, organic space for a family with eight kids.
  • All hand-sculpted using foam, concrete, and wires.
  • Has many embedded features such as sleeping spaces, a ball pit for kids, and a grotto tub.

With a home this distinctive, there's no wonder why it's been featured on MTV and HGTV. Now it's available to the public as the sellers and neighbors would love to see the home restored, according to News5 Cleveland.

Tour the Famous Hand-Sculpted Ohio Home That's Truly a Work of Art

This 1970s work of art was completely hand-sculpted and has been featured on MTV, HGTV, and more!

Gallery Credit: Danielle Kootman

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LOOK: You Can Sleepover in Shrek's Iconic Swamp

This place is fit for any solitude-seeking Ogre.

Gallery Credit: Danielle Kootman

See another wooded wonderland below.

LOOK: This Washington Cabin is Straight Out of an 'I Spy' Book

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Gallery Credit: Danielle Kootman

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