Indianapolis Home, Estate of the Day
Too often I see houses without enough furniture in them. They are staged for their listing photo shoot or are newer homes. That isn't the case with today's home in Indianapolis it seems very, very well lived in. This four-bedroom home was built in the 1950s and is absolutely stuffed with furniture and wall decorations. Never have over 10,000 square feet seemed quite so crowded. The walls are covered in crucifixes, mirrors and paintings, each window is wreathed in fabric and there are spare tables, overstuffed couches and puffy chairs taking up every conceivable space. The home sits on over seven acres and is listed for $5.5 million. After the jump, worst position for a flatscreen TV ever.