Odd Facts About Real Estate in the US

1. The "Little House," which is only 8 feet long, 3.5 feet wide, and 4.5 feet tall, is the smallest house in the Nation at only 24 square feet. It is situated in Boston, Massachusetts.

2. Several older US homes were constructed with hidden chambers or secret passageways. Some homes contain hidden rooms. During Prohibition, these chambers were frequently utilized to conceal alcohol or serve as safe havens in the event of an invasion.

3. The village of Oatman, Arizona, was totally underground because it was intended to provide relief from the sweltering desert heat. Some of the original houses are still in use today.

4. Monowi, Nebraska, the only incorporated town in the US with a single resident, and the only such community in the world. Elsie Eiler, the sole resident of the community, serves as the mayor, a bartender, and a librarian.

5. The Central Park Tower in New York City is the tallest residential structure in the United States, standing at a height of more than 1,500 feet. With prices ranging from $6.9 million to $63 million, it features 131 premium condominiums.

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