Every house has a selling point.

Maybe it's the fact that the backyard is completely fenced in (that was a big selling point for us), or maybe it's all about location, location, location.

However, for this historic Milwaukee home, it's none of those things. For this home, it's the very unique bathroom setup that is drawing lots of attention to this listing.

Hawthorne House in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

I found this historic home while I was scrolling through Facebook and Zillow Gone Wild the other day, and I thought, "Indeed, this bathroom is wild". You really have to see it for yourself.

This Zillow listing is at 300 Hawthorne Avenue in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin. And from the outside, it's a very cute but very unassuming house.

First, take a look at how normal the rest of the house is. Some gorgeous and spacious bedrooms, nicely appointed living spaces, and even an "en-suite" style addition to the home that is separate from the main living area.

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But back to the reason why you're here: to see one of the weirdest bathrooms you may ever see in a house again.

Take a scroll through the gallery below to see this bathroom in all its porcelain glory. If you bought this house, would you leave the bathroom as is? Or would you at least set up some partitions?

This Midwestern House Has a Very Unique Feature—A Four-toilet Bathroom

When homes get listed for sale, it's not a bad idea to find what's most unique about the house and make it a focal point. However, this focal point is a little odd... One of the bathrooms is home to not one, not even two or three, but four toilets. In one room. With no partitions. Apparently, this house was donated to and used by the Girl Scouts back in the 1920s and 1930s. Since then, it's had two other owners. Besides the four-toilet, four-sink bathroom, this house is a beauty. Check out the house for yourself and see if, despite the odd bathroom, it's still worth it.

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