This Epic Lawton Mancave/Barndaminium House Is Still For Sale
It was only a few months ago that we originally told you about this amazing mancave house for sale just east of Lawton. It's what the countryfolk call a "barndaminium" because bro-country has made skinny-jean wearing, fancy-coffee-sipping soyboy hipsters out of rural America, and exhibit A is the general acceptance of trendy names.
Back in the 90s, when this type of home first popped up on rural acreages, they were called Morton building homes... but since all metal buildings aren't brand-name "Morton" buildings, barndaminium has replaced it in general vernacular. Still, this house is everything your average dude would love to have in a home.
It has wild colors and textures that sweep from stunning to outright tacky... fancy bathrooms to clean up in... big bedrooms... plenty of space for the kiddos... but that's all the stuff your better half will notice while you focus on the real deal stuff that makes your heart pump.
First off, this house has a full-blown attached shop/garage complete with a couple of vehicle lifts. What man wouldn't love to have a lift in their own personal garage?
Second, this place has a private pond/lake out front. Imagine hopping out of the truck after a long day, walking to the edge of your dock, and stepping foot into the boat you never have to load up or launch? Do a little fishing, catch a bunch of stocked crappie, dinner is done.
Third, outback you'll find a motocross track. Not just something built for Saturday night cocktails and pit bikes, a pretty legit outdoor short-track with plenty of opportunity for a little soul-soothing airtime. Once the kids outgrow it, there's plenty of land surrounding the home to stretch those lap times into real competitive skills.
What more could you ask for in an epic mancave your significant other would also approve of? Well, besides a cheaper price...
It's still listed for a shockingly high amount, but if money was no object, this is exactly the type of place I would build outside Lawton's city limits and ridiculous local politics. Heck, I even bet you could get twice a week trash pickup out here... or at least a trash receptacle big enough to handle the refuse of the average American family.
Just look at all of these amazing pics...