Go fishin' in this Oklahoma home built in the shape of a fishing reel

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Oklahoma home built in the shape of a fishing reel

This Catoosa, Oklahoma home may be landlocked but its architectural dedication to the sport of fishing makes up for a lacking body of water.

The home is shaped to look like a fishing reel, and features a circular indoor pool at its center, covered in a dome shaped ceiling and accompanied by a circular hallway.

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It boasts seven bathrooms and five bedrooms, three of which are themed to represent the décor and culture of Italy, France and Asia, respectively.

The home also boasts a whopping 43 customized doors, each panel being hand carved.

Check out this true work of art below:

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Playing to the aquatic theme, the home also comes equipped with two aquariums.

An indoor game room comes stacked with four pinball machines and a top-of-the-line pool table.

There's certainly a lot going on in the home's interior -- you would think that the vibrant colors and discontinuous bold design choices would clash with one another.

But somehow, for this quirky (yet massive) estate, it works.

Plus, if the interior gets too overwhelming, a view from any of the hundreds of windows will offer you unparalleled views of true Oklahoma nature and wildlife.

The estate is on the market for $6M.

Fishing skills not required.

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