The city of Temple, Texas never fails to surprise us doesn't it?

The Central Texas city continues to just grow and grow doesn't it? Everywhere we look, it almost seems like we're seeing something under construction. Which some may approve of, others not so much.

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But here's the thing, during all this building, there are still eateries, gas stations, and other businesses that are still around. But instead of those places, we'll be talking about the homes that individuals stay in.

There's a lot of them, and with so many new Texans looking for a place to stay in the state, there's plenty listed that are available. Not every house is built the same however, and they all have a special part to them.

One of those houses in Temple certainly has a big quirk to it, in fact, it's in the middle of house. It almost seems like a hotel honestly if you look at the Zillow listing! Let's check it out, and let us know if you live here by sending us a message on our FREE station app!

$600,000 Temple, Texas Home You Can Buy Has Amazing Indoor Pool

Have you ever wanted to step out of your bedroom and into a pool in Temple, Texas? In this house you can!

Gallery Credit: Tommy Paradise, Townsquare Media, Zillow, Canva

No Fares Needed: Go Back to School With This Bus Airbnb in Austin, Texas

When all of us were younger, we dreaded getting on the school bus, so why is this unique Airbnb in Austin, Texas so charming? The wheels on this bus don't go 'round and 'round, but board it and you'll be on the fastest route to rest and relaxation.

Gallery Credit: Thomas Paradiso, Townsquare Media

Seashells By The...Forest? This Stylistic Airbnb is Bursting With Magic

Ever wanted to live in a seashell? Now you can! Mermaids aren't included, sorry for the inconvenience.

Gallery Credit: Tommy Paradise, Townsquare Media

Beat The Freeze In Texas With This Fantastic Ice Castle

We know what you're thinking, an ice castle in the Lone Star State? There's no way!

Gallery Credit: Tommy Paradise, Townsquare Media, Vrbo, Canva