Ever wondered where, exactly, those letters you sent to Santa might have ended up? Well, Zillow has the answer in the form of a fabulously festive holiday listing. A cozy, 2,086-square-foot log cabin is up for viewing just in time for the two-week Christmas countdown—and the owner is none other than Santa Claus. If you and your family want to know what the Claus residence looks like all decked out for the holiday season (or were impatiently awaiting an updated listing), there’s no better place to look than Zillow.
Nestled between Holly Jolly Highway and Jingle Bell Boulevard, the 5-acre property (which is sadly off-market at the moment) can be toured virtually on Zillow’s website. The North Pole residence has been available to view on Zillow every year since 2016, but it’s since seen several upgrades—and it’s now at its most expensive. It’s perfectly prepared for Christmas, boasting a candy cane dispenser, an elf-accessible chimney, a reindeer feeding station, and more.
“Inside these log cabin walls, you’ll discover a cozy storybook abode brimming with warmth and charm,” the listing reads.
The house is full of all the holiday staples, sporting a classic red, green, and white Christmas color scheme. Decorated with gingham, greenery, and festive lights, it’s clear this home is lived-in and loved by Santa Claus and company. And down to a heaping stack of presents and elvish art on the walls, each detail has been perfectly placed by the jolly man in red himself.
A rise in home remodeling has seen many current homeowners opt to update their spaces rather than sell this year, so it’s no surprise that the Clauses have gone a similar route. The listing’s lofted guest bedroom has been converted into a brand-new
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