What a lovely doll collection. Thank you for sharing.
What a lovely doll collection. Thank you for sharing.
This delightful home in Penfield, New York was discovered by one of our readers. We are eternally grateful.
Take it all in. There’s lots to see. [Click on the photos to expand]
Let’s start with the Raggedy Ann theme room. Hundreds of dolls. Plus a mannequin.
Grinch Who Stole Christmas mannequin! Classic. Plus Cabbage Patch dolls, Christmas dolls, and many more dolls.
Doll clothes. Halloween theme dolls. More dolls. Take notice of the mannequin in the foreground. We’ll explain in the next photo.
The mannequin is supposed to be Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz. See her ruby slippers?! There’s also a collection of jugs on each stair riser. We’ll see more jugs on another staircase later.
A bedroom filled with stuffed animals, jewelry, quilts, and more. Now imagine this house totally empty. The rafters in the ceiling. The hardwood floors. The vaulted ceilings. This house is really nice.
There’s a lovely lady mannequin holding undergarments. Notice the E.T. doll in the basket of toilet paper. That’s because he visited Uranus? There’s another E.T. doll on the shelf to the right.
Another view of the bathroom. We have proof that someone actually used the bathtub (photo on wall). There’s a bedpan on the wall too. And the world’s smallest plunger that’s guaranteed to get your hands wet.
The kitchen has a sign that reads, “Two Choices: 1. Take it 2. Leave it” There’s a ghost hanging on the lamp (left side). A black cat (right side).
Another view of the kitchen. So much to see. The house was built in 1847. This kitchen would be so cool once empty.
The dining room is managed by two mannequins.
We’re halfway through the photos. Much more to see. Another mannequin! And wearing the latest fashion. Halloween decor. More jugs. More clutter.
Looking to the side, we see another mannequin!
This is the Ladies Room, filled with pink flourishes. Pink Christmas tree ornaments. Tea is served at 4.
Looks like another tea set in another room. And lots of dolls. And another mannequin, this time holding a parasol. Hats and clothes.
The other side of this room. A mannequin sitting in a chair. More dolls. Christmas trees. Now imagine this room empty. The beautiful wood floors. The fireplace. The tin plate ceiling and crown molding.
Another room filled with stuff.
The kitchen. No shortage of cups here.
Halloween decorations out front.
Scary Halloween decorations.
And no home is complete without a gnome.
Tags: Staging · Bathroom · Living Room · Kitchen · Garage or Carport · Bedroom · Clutter · Ugly Décor · Stuffed Animals · Dining Room · Dolls · Rugs · Collections · Holiday Décor · Hall of Shame - Tacky Décor · Other US Cities
Pigeon Forge might have Dollywood, but this Sun City home has dolls galore.
Pan to the left to see more dolls!
The next bedroom has a giant Santa Claus doll.
And then more dolls.
Captain Spaulding welcomes you to this home. [That’s a Captain Spaulding mask from Rob Zombie’s Devil’s Rejects movie]
This is Michael’s room.
This is a short sale in Mesa, Arizona.
One fan blade.
Buyers will be fired up over this house.
Once buyers visit this house, they can’t leave. Literally.
Boozin’ in the bedroom.
Gears of War & Scarface are featured here.
No sunlight allowed here.
Combination dining room and office.
More family photos.
Tags: Staging · Living Room · Family Room · Kitchen · Bedroom · Clutter · Foreclosure · Fireplace · Mesa, AZ Homes · Dining Room · Dolls · Garbage and/or Junk · Family Photos · Ceiling Fan · Bedspread · Art
The doll collection is bad enough, but the electric sub panel with exposed wires in a child’s room is a safety hazard!! Right next to her pillow! What were these Mount Vernon, Ohio owners thinking?! [click to expand photo]
Then there’s this one from a Watertown, South Dakota home. Dartboard right in the path of someone walking down the stairs!
You’re never too old to play with dolls.
Somewhere in Pennsville, New Jersey lurks a monster so hideous and despised, his only source of nutrition is picking his nose. He is often accompanied by his evil consort, The Mad Hopper, the sinister cousin of the Easter Bunny.
He was last spotted hiding out in this home, blending in with the clutter and collections. And dusty TV.
There sure are a lot of things to be packed up when moving (and preferably before selling).
They heard it’s a good idea to keep all records of their house. Unfortunately, they misunderstood it. Now they have a massive music record collection. They forgot to dust around the computer monitor.
Colorful wallpaper pattern at the foyer.
She collects plates.
This one’s a shoe collector.
She collects shoes, dolls, and everything else.
She collects crosses and fans. Was listed December 1, 2011 as a short sale. Went under contract February 3, 2012, and then waited and waited for the bank to respond. It finally sold December 31, 2012.
This tall doll says Cleaned With Love. [Buckeye, Arizona]
Three crying dolls and one happy doll in Sun City, Arizona.
Lots of dolls in another Sun City home.
Dolly folly in Mesa, Arizona.
Unique wallpaper patterns across the U.S.
Proudly from Hillsdale, Michigan.
Also from Hillsdale, Michigan.
A variety of patterns in Mankato, Minnesota.
The wallpaper colors match the carpet and wood paneling in Saginaw, Michigan.
Patterned wallpaper at another Saginaw, Michigan home.
You can almost smell the flowers in Somerset, Kentucky.