Flying Saucer: Chattanooga Landmark ‘Space House’ Sells For $135,000

Known as the Space house, the designer edifice managed to generate $135,000 during an auction on 15 March. Positioned on Signal Mountain near Chattanooga, Tenn., the house was built in 1970 by late Curtis W. King. Circular in form, the house has numerous levels, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an entrance staircase that lowers and withdraws with the push of a knob. This seemingly spaceship is surrounded with small square windows and suspended on six “landing gear” legs. It is being said that the late Curtis W. King and his family built the bizarre home as they love doing unique and unusual things.

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Now the proud buyer of the house is a Cincinnati woman. The video tour of the house was available at TimesFreePress. As a result of this, it generated 50,000 plus hits on company’s web site. You would be surprised to know that the buyer came to know about this flying saucer auction from this site only.

Via Tennessean
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