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This Remote Cabin Has the Most Bizarre Roof You’ve Ever Seen

This abandoned, remote cabin could very well be the strangest thing in the Alaskan wilderness — and that’s saying a lot.

According to Colossal, the owner of this cabin located in Willow, Alaska originally built the structure so he could have a clear view of Mount McKinley and Denali National Park. Before he began construction, a forest fire had cleared most of the trees in the area, so he had a prime location to build a cabin with a direct view of the surrounding beauty. When the trees grew back, his view of the mountain became obstructed, so he tacked on a few stories above the treeline. And then some more. And some more, until it became this:

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Jovell Rennie

What he created looks like something from the pages of a Dr. Seuss book, which is why the locals call it the “Dr. Seuss House.”

The house is abandoned, but a new owner apparently has plans to renovate the bizarre structure.

You can see more of the exterior in the video in this video:

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This Remote Cabin Has the Most Bizarre Roof You’ve Ever Seen