My mother always taught me not to judge a book by its cover, something I now try to teach my kids as well.  Oftentimes, things are not always as they appear and by taking the time to have a look at what lies within we can sometimes be amazed.

The principle, while usually attributed to judging other people can also be relevant when assessing homes, buildings and parcels of real estate.  One such case was a custom building designed by Morton Buildings.

The building, pictured above, looks like nothing more than a generic storage facility, likely housing some sort of commercial or industrial business.  This assumption could not be further from the truth…

One step through the door and you’ll find a massive hunting and fishing retreat.

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The sitting area is perfect for shooting the breeze after a day in the field, surrounded by beautiful taxidermy work.

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The kitchen area is a work of art, featuring a high-top bar- dining room and wide-open stair case leading to the upper level.

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The birds-eye view of the leather-wrapped couches, La-Z-Boy recliners and massive projection screen.

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