That’s The Kind Of House You Don’t Get To See Everyday


This unique house in Clinton, Maryland will definitely surprise you with its exterior appearance. It looks like an ordinary brick house from the front, but once you’ve walked around the house you’ll notice its unusual and unique style right away. The house was literally built into the ground. Some like its outside look, others just hate it, but everyone can agree that it is quite nice and cozy inside.


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