If you've ever wanted to live like a Disney princess, now is your big moment. The home of Adriana Caselotti, the voice of Snow White in the original film, is on the market and ready for a fellow Snow White fanatic to move right in -- as soon as you come up with the cash for this 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath Los Angeles bungalow.
One might question selling a two-bedroom home for $1,499,000 in this economy, but one would miss the radness of this home, which is in the same shape as when it was originally decorated. Judging by the avocado green appliances and Polynesian flair, I'm guessing that was anywhere between 1940 and 1968.
I wandered into the open house yesterday, and this is what I saw inside the bizarre and amazing home of the woman who gave us the girliest princess voice of all time.
I wasn't disappointed.
Upon entering the great room, "I'm Wishing" began playing and it filled up the expansive space with incredibly high, vaulted ceilings. Admittedly, it was a little creepy when I didn't see or hear the real estate agent for some time, then the banter started as the Prince surprises Snow White: "Hello. Did I frighten you?" Umm, yes.
Taking a quick look around, my senses were assaulted as the Snow White posters, art work, and ceramic statutes competed with the Tiki bar and furnishings. Yes, it's completely bizarre. Also, I didn't know the house belonged to Caselotti at that point, and sincerely worried about the mental health of someone who chose Snow White meets Trader Vic's as home decor inspiration.
The home comes with the art work by the original Disney artists, as Caselotti passed away in 1997. The dwarf bridge out front remains as well. Let's just hope for your $1.5 mil you're also getting the Polynesian dining room set.
Would you want to live in Snow White's house?
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