Go ask 'The Giving Tree' for some money because Shel Silverstein's houseboat just hit the market
This may just be 'Where the Sidewalk Ends' after all.
Beloved poet and childrens' author Shel Silverstein lived in a home that was as quirky and characteristic as his simple yet peculiar words and illustrations.
Because this wasn't just any home built on a foundation somewhere on land — this was a houseboat with so many incongruent edges and strange-looking windows and features one could swear it was something Silverstein dreamed up himself.
Take a look at the Sausalito, California dreamboat below:
Located at 8 Liberty Dock, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom work of art was named 'Evil Eye' by Silverstein's good friend, artist Larry Moyer.
The home bears a rich history, as it was formerly a military balloon barge structure used in WWII.
The asking price is $390,000, so if you're interested, you might want to head over to 'The Giving Tree' to ask for some cash.
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