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You Could Live in the Disneyland Haunted Mansion

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Okay, it's not the actual Haunted Mansion at Disneyland, but it's about as close as you can get.

In 1996, designer and Disney contractor Mark Hurt began construction on the house, inspired by the famous Disneyland attraction. Though the interior is modern, the exterior has been designed to match the Haunted Mansion as closely as possible, even ordering from the same foundry that created the iron gates for Walt Disney. Hurt used the exact dimensions as the attraction in creating his home, which equals over 10,000 square feet, seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two-story library with fireplace and wet bar. The four-story house is equipped for an elevator (Hurt suggests a cage elevator like the one found in Disneyland's Club 33), has a theater-sized basement, nanny quarters, guest suite, hot tub, and a matching child's-sized playhouse. The best part? The haunted bathroom:

 

And all this can be yours for the low-low price of $873,000. Hurt has put the Duluth, Georgia home on the market. So who wants to chip in on the house with me?

Check out the sales listing, more photos, and (gasp!) purchase the house from Theme Park Connection via eBay.

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