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People in Cape Coral have noticed something strange floating in the waters by the Tarpon Point Marina.
A “floating house” has been out there for about a month, and it’s got people all over the area wondering what it’s doing out there.
“I had no idea what it was,” said vacationer Dave Zeffert.
It’s not the view people lounging poolside at the Westin Cape Coral expected to see.
“It’s kind of creepy,” said Jeremy Schwartz.
The Westin says it’s been floating around for the last month with no explanation.
“Everyone has just been asking and asking and we haven’t really known what it was or what it was doing,” said Stefanie Eakin, the marketing & sales manager for the Westin.
Kris Eggleston knows what it is.
“Oh man, this is a project,” Eggleston said.
The project is actually his new office – sort of.
“Jasper’s Bait” bought the floating house a few months ago and will soon turn it into the Cape’s newest 24-hour bait, tackle and snack shop.
Eggleston says the house turned a lot of heads as his crew towed the barge down from the St. Petersburg area last month.
“Before their face lights up, it’s their phone out of their pockets already, ready to take a picture. They’re that quick about it,” Eggleston said.
He said it took three weeks to get the barge down to Cape Coral, with some delays caused by tides and winds.
But Eggleston insists it’s been worth the wait and the time it will take to spruce up the house before it can officially open for business.
“It makes me feel like I’m sitting on a piece of history,” Eggleston said.
And it is a piece of movie history. Maybe not good movie history, but movie history all the same.
The 1,500-square-foot house was used as Hulk Hogan’s home in the movie “Thunder in Paradise” in 1993.
It still needs to be towed another mile to its permanent location. They’ll do that Thursday night after sunset.Subcribe on my channel