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

Now there are some strange houses in Louisiana—and certainly in New Orleans—but I don’t know if there is any house quite like this one. It’s truly an example of the unique architecture in Louisiana. New Orleans artist Robert Guthrie converted a gas station in the New Orleans Bayou St. John neighborhood into his quirky home after Katrina. The building was originally built in 1918. Watch the video below to learn more:

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Isn’t that strange Louisiana house intriguing? Have you ever seen a converted gas station home like this one? It’s definitely an example of some unique architectural styles. Let us know your thoughts! We love to hear your feedback!