Can you imagine living in a gas station of all places? Well Robert Guthrie did when he purchased a run down gas station. Sound crazy? His young son agreed when he first heard, but Robert Guthrie had a vision for what this 100-year-old gas station could become with a bit of elbow grease. Located near the French Quarter in New Orleans, the gas station was about to get an incredible makeover!
Guthrie was very clever in reusing parts from the old gas station as part of his new home, providing an incredibly unique home. Throughout the home, you can see small little homages to the space’s original life as Sinclair Gasoline. There are toy car decorations throughout the home and in the bathroom they turned an oil can holder into a toilet paper holder.
Robert even added a deck on the roof of the gas station, complete with a stairs made from the hydraulic car lift. There’s even a modern kitchen and a Jacuzzi! Who wouldn’t be envious of this amazing home? Absolutely incredible!
This home is certainly the talk of the town. Be sure to check out the home in all its glory down below. What do you think? Would you be able to live in a gas station turned home? Tell us below!