Santa Claus’s House Listed on Zillow, and Yes It’s in the North Pole

by Samantha Whidden
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With Christmas just days away, the home of Santa Claus is now on the real estate listing website Zillow. And yes, it’s located at the North Pole.

According to Zillow, the listing is for multiple tiny homes. The listing also claims that Santa Claus’s home is a winter lover’s paradise that has 25 “idyllic” acres. The probably notable includes Santa Claus’s main living quarters; a community of tiny elf homes; a state-of-the-art toy-making facility; garage with space for an all-weather sleigh; and stables that board eight live-in reindeer. There is also a bonus stall for “red-nose” company.

Meanwhile, the listing of Santa Claus’ house reveals that the home was constructed in 1822. Its last remodel was in 2013. The home also has 2,500 sqft and is “steep” in Old World Charm. “But thanks to a recent renovation, offers modern-day amenities,” the listing continues. “Find a floor-to-ceiling river rock fireplace for roasting chestnuts in the living room. The gourmet kitchen is a baker’s dream, boasting an oven with 12 different cookie settings. Cookies are served directly from oven to table in the adjoining dining room, along with cocoa on tap.”

The listing also notes that in Santa Claus’s home, boughs of holly deck the hall leading to the primary bedroom and two charming guest rooms. “Tiptoe to Santa’s quiet study. Where an impressive writing desk is flanked by the same sewing table he used to make the original Teddy bear.”

Here Are More Details About the Listing Of Santa Claus’s Home

Along with details about Santa Claus’s main home, the listing also describes the Elf Village. “The elves live on-site in their own private accommodations. Like snowflakes, no two elf dwellings are exactly alike, as you can see from these three.”

The listing states that the first of three dwellings has an open concept floor plan that allows for a party host to prepare “nibbles” while entertaining guests by a crackling fire.

The second home, which is called the rustic mini-cabin,  is made of hand-hewn logs and brimming with personality. “Which is evident from the serving cart stocked with sugary potions. And the butcher block desk that nods to the elf’s status as Head of Toys, Woodworking Division.”

Finally, there is the last elf home, called the Petite Bamboo Bungalow. “The energy flow between the meditation space and yoga studio achieves perfect feng shui,” the description reads. “Pull up a pouf to the sushi bar and relax with a cup of tea.”

Zillow’s “Zestimate” says that the price for the home is more than $1 million. However, estimate sales range is between $197,266 and $1,031,401. Following the remodel in 2013, the estimate on Santa Claus’s house went from $370,000 to a whopping $551,000. 

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