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Home On The Range: This Tacky House In The Valley Has Cacti, Dolphins And Antlers

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The Cactus Home in Woodland Hills has it all. It's a cowboy's paradise, looking like a Southwestern-style lodge with antler chairs, a bevy of cactus-inspired artwork and real cactus plants, and metal dolphins forever captured in a mid-jump pose resting by a grotto.

And you can have all of this for $1.5 million. According to Curbed LA, this 4,667-square-foot home that sits over nearly half an acre of land (with plenty of palm trees), is owned by the publisher of Planet Muscle. This place on Topanga Boulevard hasn't been on the market in 20 years, according to its listing on Willow.

We're particularly partial to one of the rooms, where the glass doors give you a peek of the outdoor cacti, but are also made of stained-glass cacti. There are two huge metal statues of a fierce lion and a man slumped over a horse, a totem pole of sorts and a spear.