Iconic OMG! Lake Stevens spaceship house faces demolition

The odd-shaped gray house has been a Lake Stevens eyesore and icon since 1983. Names it has been called include shipwrecked lighthouse, Darth Vader house, Flintstone house, Dr. Seuss house, Rapunzel’s Tower, prison guard tower, Volkswagen bus house, hobbit house, the crooked man’s house, teapot house, pirate ship and a house Gru would live in. It was recently sold and is going to be demolished. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

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