A home once owned by the first man on the moon is on the market in the Houston suburb of El Lago.
Neil Armstrong, who participated in NASA's Gemini and Apollo missions, lived in this 2,500-square-foot home for the majority of the 1960s. While there's not a launchpad in backyard or an observatory in the attic, the place definitely has a space-age bachelor pad look. Check out the crazy angles on the roof and the exposed wood beams and rock fireplace of the living room for a taste of its mid-century style.
It's a fair guess that a major history buff — or lover of sleek early '60s architecture — won't think twice about the $375,000 price tag.
Let's take a look.
This home is listed by Lance Loken
with Keller Williams Platinum.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com