Husbands always seek to make each other happy by doing what their partners wish for, especially in the case of strong love between the two, which is what happened when a Bosnian man wanted to make his wife happy, who wished to see multiple scenes from the house to avoid boredom, so he built her a revolving house through which she could see the sunrise. The sun in one moment, and pedestrians passing in the next.
In front of his new home, which attracted the attention of visitors, the 72-year-old Bosnian Vujinkosic told Reuters news agency – according to Sky News: “She often renovates our house for the love of change, so I said, I will build You have a revolving house that you can wrap as you like.
The man who built the house
In a plain in northern Bosnia near the town of Serbat, the house rotates on an axis of 7 meters in diameter designed by Vujenkosic, himself, as the landscape changes in moments between cornfields and farmland, between forests and the river, all at its desired speed..
The husband said: “The house can turn a full circle over 24 hours at its slowest speed, while it completes the cycle in 22 seconds in its fastest lap, while his wife did not want to comment on the new house, and it took 6 years to build the house, excluding a period in which he stayed. The man in the hospital for a heart problem.
In another context, it is noteworthy that a burning house in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, was offered – earlier in the beginning of this October – for sale for approximately $400,000, and the house severely damaged by the fire was listed on the market at an asking price of $399,000. WBZ-TV The listing of the house in Melrose, a suburb of Boston, is a testament to how hot the housing market is in this area.
In August, industry groups listed the median sale price for single-family homes in the state between $535,000 and $552,000, CNN reported.
The house was built in 6 years
The online sale listing for the burned-out three-bedroom, 1,101-square-meter home begins with an appeal to the contractors, explaining that “the house needs complete renovation or may be demolished and rebuilt, and to the buyer’s knowledge, the house is being sold in its burnt condition.”
The house suffered from a severe fire last August, which led to the destruction of the front windows, which are now covered with wooden panels, and the Boston Globe reported that firefighters had to demolish parts of the walls and roof of the house to extinguish the fire..