While house-hunting in the Minneapolis area, the Miller family toured about 40 homes over the course of a year. One, however, stood out. It had five bedrooms and baths, a wine cellar, and an outdoor wood-burning fireplace. But the piece de resistance was an 8-foot-long tunnel tucked under a staircase in the home’s finished basement. Painted with scenes from “Alice in Wonderland,” the tunnel leads to a child-size playroom with roughly 5-foot-high ceilings.
The family was sold—and so was the house, for about $2.5 million.
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