BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) --
One of the most unique houses in the D.C. area, a landmark of sorts, hit the market Saturday and is going for $1.2 million.
It's a home the owner says strangers try to get into all of the time.
If you haven't seen it, maybe you've heard of it? It's called the Bethesda mushroom house. The large, 3,700 sq. ft. structure sits on the 4900 block of Allan Rd.
The owner, Eddie Garfinkle, gave WUSA9 a tour that he said he wouldn't even give HGTV.
"A lot of people have wanted to see the interior. You know we've had, sometimes some would knock on the door and they'd say, 'Can I come in?' and we'd say, 'No' and they'd say, 'Why?' and we'd say, 'It's our home, we live here and you know, that type of thing but you know it's been fun," said Garfinkle.