LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga., Aug. 29 (UPI) -- Federal regulators are selling a 13,000-square-foot replica of the White House in Lawrenceville, Ga., that includes a drive-through window.
The southern White House wannabe, formerly a bank, is being sold by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., which takes over failed banks, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Sunday.
Real estate agent David Walmsley of Robert S. Jordan Co., said, "It's probably not for everyone, but I don't think we'll have a shortage of interest in the site."
It may be a step down from the actual White House, he admitted. "There's no bowling alley; there's no Lincoln bedroom," Walmsley said.
The former bank sits in a commercial district, which means it will likely attract a business that "wants to project a patriotic image," he said.