Living In This Cowboy Boot House Would Be A Kick

Two-bed, one-bath and a fireplace in the toe.

The idea of living in a shoe has gotten a bad rap ever since that Mother Goose nursery rhyme. But sometimes, residing in footwear can be a real kick.

That is, if the shoe in question is actually a giant cowboy boot.

Dan Phillips, a renowned designer and builder, is currently putting the final touches on a home in Huntsville, Texas, designed to look like a giant cowboy boot from the front.

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The 35-foot-tall boot is just one part of the 700-square-foot home, which includes a more conventionally shaped structure in the back.

“Since I was a child, I was always fascinated by creating houses that looked like homes in storybooks,” Phillips told Houston station KTRK. “I just love storybook architecture.”

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The cowboy boot house is available to rent for $1,200 a month.

It features two bedrooms, one bathroom, mosaic granite flooring and a spiral staircase that leads to a deck at the top of the boot.

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Did we mention the fireplace at the tip of the boot?

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Although the unusual house is getting all sorts of attention, Phillips isn’t done yet. His next project is a house shaped like a cowboy hat, which will be built next door to the boot, according to

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