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We've long made known our love for the real estate blog Swamplot. It's the best place to go for Houston real estate news, not to mention the visual tours of hideously decorated houses for sale.

Usually the point of those tours is just to have readers guess what neighborhood the house is in. But this time they've found a house that doesn't need a guessing game to be worthy of a post.

There's a Montrose townhome listed for just under $800,000, and it features not only a wacky sculpture in the entranceway but a bit of....well, questionable taste in the bedroom.

The initial photo doesn't offer much detail, but Swamplot helpfully provides a close-up:

Hey, kids!! Let's go look at houses this weekend!!

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