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There’s No House In The World Like This One In Pennsylvania

Have you ever seen the shoe house in Hellam, Pennsylvania? It stands tall, shoe-like, against the horizon, beckoning one and all to enter…

The house was built by a shoe salesman (who else?) by the name of Mahlon Haines in 1948. He showed an architect one of his work boots and requested, “make me a house shaped like this.” Haines surely got what he bargained for.

Check out this video below for a behind-the-scenes look at the Shoe House. (The video features the house’s previous owner.)

Have you ever visited this odd attraction? Share your shoe house stories in the comments below.

Christi
Christi is from Allentown and currently lives and goes to school in Pittsburgh.