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Storybook-inspired 'Cowboy Boot House' for rent in Texas

By Ben Hooper
Storybook-inspired 'Cowboy Boot House' for rent in Texas
A house shaped like a cowboy boot is for rent in Huntsville, Texas. Photo by Dalene Zender/Heart of Texas Real Estate

March 10 (UPI) -- "The Cowboy Boot House," a storybook-inspired Texas home shaped like footwear, features two bedrooms, one bathroom, a rooftop deck -- and it's available for rent.

The Huntsville house, nicknamed "The Cowboy Boot House," was designed by artist Dan Phillips, who has been designing eco-friendly homes in his hometown since 1997.

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Phillips said the house was a Texas twist on classic nursery rhyme, The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe.

"Since I was a child, I was always fascinated by creating houses that looked like homes in story books," Phillips told KTRK-TV. "I just love story book architecture."

The home, measuring 700 square feet, features two bedrooms, one full bathroom, and a spiral staircase leading to a rooftop deck.

The house is being listed for rent at $1,200 per month.

"Unique, whimsical, artistic and extraordinary are among words to describe ''The Cowboy Boot House'' designed & built by visionary artist/builder Dan Phillips of the Phoenix Commotion," the listing reads.

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