For 10 years, the original owner worked on it until he died. It sat abandoned for almost the same amount of time until a new owner came along and started to work on it. No one really knows what the inside might look like.

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As the story goes, the owner originally built the home to get a good view of Denali (Mt. McKinley), American’s tallest mountain. But he built right after a forest fire, so all of the trees were small. As the trees grew taller, he would add another level to see the mountain.

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You can’t visit the house in person, but if you want to see it, you can get a good view on Alaska’s train north. You could also get the best views hiring a bush pilot and flying overhead. The house is located in the Mat-Su Valley between Willow and Talkeetna.

Via Unusual Places

Images via Jovell Rennie and Alaska Aerial Footage and Alaska.org

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