How exotic can a home in Missouri be? This might be the answer. It's a Missouri home that has a shark, kingfish, stingray and Egyptian coffins on the walls.

I first saw this elaborate Missouri home shared by KRON 4. It's 9801 Log Cabin Ct. in St. Louis and they said it's even been featured by The Wall Street Journal. Look at the pics and you'll see why.

St. Louis Home Has a Shark and Egyptian Coffin on the Walls

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The stats of this home are jaw-dropping. Here's a snippet of what Realtor says about it:

4-level main house & 2-story guest house w/resort-like amenities: all-season glass enclosed pool, separate gym/clubhouse, lighted sport court & circle drive. Maya Romanoff wall coverings, designer lighting, illuminated floor in semi-precious stones. Main level primary suite w/double baths, enormous walk-in closets (w/a commercial conveyor rack). Vaulted game room ideal venue for parties/receptions w/private entrance. Heated pool, hot tub & steam room...7 car garage, 3 car covered parking,

7 car garage? I have 1, so...

The asking price of this home as of this writing is $4,490,000 so they're practically giving it away. When you consider the vast number of geodes, sea life and Egyptian culture that are included in the home, I'm surprised it's not double that. You can check out the full Realtor listing for more pics and information.

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