We often see unusual homes located around the world. But rarely do we get to focus on one right in our own New York City backyard. Enter: Mason Brown and Kat O'Sullivan's colorful "Calico" house, located in High Falls, New York.
In these photos uploaded by Reddit user Hambuglary, the home has a multi-colored exterior, which kind of reminds us of the houses we used to sketch as children. And inside, you'll find walls decorated with masks, a room dedicated to gold frames and just as much color as the outside.
Originally attributed to Brooklyn, we did some digging to reveal the true upstate location. According to Shawangunk Journal, all the furniture is either repurposed or vintage, and the house is painted only using Benjamin Moore paints. We also learned that O'Sullivan owns an Etsy shop, which is as bright and trippy as her unusual abode.
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