A house in Los Angeles, California features some unique wallpaper and could be the ultimate place to call home for a lover of cryptocurrency and/or non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Here are the details on the Crypto House real estate listing.
What Happened: Nicknamed the “Crypto House,” the Los Angeles home features wallpaper from several of the most popular cryptocurrencies and also has images of NFTs from the CryptoPunks and Bored Ape Yacht Club collections, two of the most popular NFT projects.
“The Crypto House is your destination for all things NFT and cryptocurrency. With bright accents and unique tones/furniture choices, The Crypto House is an all-in-one set for content creation and a comfortable and accommodating place to call home while exploring the city of angels,” a description reads.
The house features four bedrooms and three bathrooms and has a listed size of 2,012 square feet. The backyard of the home features a pool and an outdoor area fit for entertaining.
Images from Bored Ape Yacht Club and CryptoPunks can also be found on the walls of the house.
The Home Listing: A listing for the house on Zillow Group Inc Z calls the home “an incredible opportunity for first-time home buyers, developers, and/or investors.”
The listing says the house has recent updates and is located in a “highly desirable pocket of North Hollywood.” The home’s address is 12201 Crewe St, North Hollywood, CA 91605.
Originally listed with a sale price of $1.2 million in October 2022, the home has now seen several price cuts in November, December and most recently on Jan. 5, 2023.
The house is now listed with a price of $949,000. Zillow lists a Zestimate, or estimate for the home based on comparable houses in the area and features, of $941,744.
For those interested in checking out the house or renting it, you are in luck. The dwelling is featured on home rental sites like Airbnb Inc ABNB and Vrbo, owned by Expedia Group Inc EXPE.
“Welcome to the crypto house! We are a hand crafted curated house for all nft and crypto lovers! If you just want to shoot some content or stay at a unique place like no other we welcome all,” the description on Airbnb reads.
The home’s owner Elle Levy previously told Newsweek that the house’s primary function was to become an Airbnb.
“The whole reason behind it was for people to have a place where they can shoot cool content in [Los Angeles],” Levy said.
She spent around six months renovating the interior of the home.
While she is selling the Crypto House, Levy said she plans to open other short-term rentals with different themes across the United States for people to have “amazing content for their social media.” This could include the launch of a new Crypto House in another market.
“I’m not closing the chapter on Crypto House, per se. Just at that location.”
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