PHOTOS: Shoe-Shaped Pennsylvania House Now Available For Short Stays

Welcome mat at the open front door.

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A shoe-shaped home in Pennsylvania is now available to book for short stays.

The home, which is located in York, was built in 1950 by the owner of a large shoe retailer as a way to advertise the brand. It sleeps six people and has three bathrooms, including two full baths and one half bath. It's also located within an easy drive from Hershey, Amish Country in Lancaster, Gettysburg and more. Here's what the home's listing has to say about the unique stay:

"The Shoe House has been updated to provide a comfortable stay while maintaining the long history that this famous property has held over the years. Relax around the hot tub, picnic table or fire ring outside. Inside you can enjoy listening to classic vinyl records, and relax in the basement rec room with mini bar, TV & lounge area. There is a timeline of the history of the Shoe House for the history buff, and the vintage lovers will enjoy the original tile work, light fixtures, built in circular bench, stained glass Shoe Windows, and many classic touches the Shoe House provides. The property is on an acre of land, located just off the highway on the East side of York, PA."

Check out some photos of the Shoe House via its Vrbo listing.

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