Florida has a penchant for scams and schemes.
The state is largely propped up by a lack of desire to check anything the real estate industry does, looking the other way as endless rows of poorly built boxes plop onto land that used to protect inhabits from the worst of nature. We went and made it official a few years ago, by hiring the biggest cheat Medicare had ever known to run the entire state.
In spite of being ruled by hucksterismo since time immemorial, Florida really lacks for cults. All of our sucker energy goes into convincing people to purchase timeshares and sell knives. Outside of the Cassadaga clairvoyants, when's the last time you heard of Florida getting weird with it (spiritually speaking)? Anyone looking to fill that void could do worse for an HQ than this genuinely upsetting home and building combo in Panama City.
Everything about the building next to the house is impossibly long. Hallways stretch on forever with rows of doors on either side. Venturing into the rooms will only unveil more rooms that stretch to the horizon, ominously pre-filled with empty chairs. Long rows of cubbies and coat racks s make a perfect locker room for new recruits. It's creepy, but if you're also creepy, it could be home.
The 4-bed, 5-bath property at 329 W 23rd Place clocks in at 14,939 square feet. It's selling for $1.65 million.
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