For $1.1 million, you can have the house of your Barbie dreams. Have a look.
Barbie’s real-life dream house is up for grabs
This seven-bedroom, four-bathroom downtown mansion in Hudson, Wisconsin, is a delight to the eye with its bright pink colors and charming interiors. The home was built in 1990 and is 5,611 square feet on a 0.32 acre lot.
It comes with a hot tub, pool, movie theater, and a two-car garage. Future owners can use it as a family residence or license it as an Airbnb.
“Your dream property offers enough space for all your friends and recreational activities,” according to the Realtor’s listing. It is just one block from downtown Hudson and the St. Croix River.
The first thing you see when you enter is a fuchsia pink staircase with framed photographs of Barbie and Ken that set the tone of your visit. The stunning interiors feature Barbie-inspired decor, distinctive pieces, a fun dining area and vibrant bathrooms.
The charming pink palace’s decor includes a bright yellow bathtub, mesmerizing neon lights and signs, and even some Barbie-inspired chandeliers.
The house was completed in 1990.
The home was completed in 1990 and features two full kitchens, as well as formal and informal dining spaces. The living rooms feature built-in storage, fireplace and elegant oak floors.
There is also a cinema room, a dressing room and a laundry room. The home includes a hot tub and pool in the backyard, a nice front porch where you can read a book or watch the neighbors, and a two-door garage.
“This home can easily be converted into a gorgeous single-family residence” or a licensed Airbnb, with a “ready move-in Ken’s flat in the back,” according to the listing. “Every girl’s fantasy is to live in this beautiful pink palace.”
If any parents are interested in the house, there is an elementary, middle and high school less than two miles away. The home originally sold for $351,000 in 2002 and has since increased in value.
Brooke Fleetwood, the current owner, rents it out for pink vacations and bachelorette parties. She also has other pink residences in Hudson, Wisconsin, as well as one in Seymour, Indiana.
Harlow, a fifth-grader, and Hudson, a seventh-grader, are the mother’s two sons. Brooke is particularly in love with pink, but it was her husband who discovered the property online and suggested the color change.
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