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Kenwood home adorned with animal heads hits market at $3.65M

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Clayton Guse
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Earlier this week a 10,000 square-foot Kenwood manor around the corner from the Obama's home was listed for $3.65 million, and it looks eerily similar to the fictional consulate featured in Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls.

The five-bedroom house has at least one mounted animal head in almost every single picture provided in the listing. That and a medley of exotic ferns and skins gives one the impression that the home's current owners have a pretty big bone to pick with other life forms.

The British Imperial vibe to the place seems appropriate as it was built in 1904, a time when the English were really, really good at brutally killing and conquering any living thing it came across. 

The home sold for $1.62 million in 2003, which would make for a pretty nice dozen-year flip if it sells for the asking price.

Check out some photos of the house's interior and see how many animal parts you spot.

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

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