In the near future, a house that uses the same design as a popular Minecraft game will go up on eBay.
The house was designed by a group of Utah residents and sold for $5.5 million in 2013.
Its builder, Troy Lee, who also designed the original Minecraft game, hopes the new design will be popular enough to make it into a museum.
The project was inspired by the house of Troy Lees, a well-known developer and creator of popular Minecraft mods.
A popular mod for Minecraft called the “Minecraft House” uses a different design from Minecraft.
This version has a single-story, brick-walled home that’s built to resemble the Minecraft version of a mansion.
It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and two full bathrooms.
The design also features a fireplace and a waterfall in the front yard.
In a statement to The Washington Post, Troy Lee said the original design of the Minecraft House was the best in the world and was a true reflection of his personal style.
“In the end, it wasn’t enough,” he said.
“The best design I could come up with was the house, which I love to think of as a tribute to the original and is a perfect representation of my personal style.”
The new version will have a more modern look with new, wider windows, new furnishings, more windows and a new roof that will feature a raised roof.
It will have more floor space and more space for the furniture and decorations.
Troy Leer’s home will have “a big front porch that is a true recreation of the original” and will have the original fireplace.
He will also create a new outdoor dining room that will include a fireplace.
“I love the fact that I can do something different and it’s a different look that people will appreciate,” he told the Washington Post.
The House will be in Salt Lake City and has been built on a 4-acre plot of land with a total floor area of 3,800 square feet.
The price tag of the house is $5,5 million, according to the Washington Times.
The developer hopes to put the new house up for auction sometime next year.
It is currently listed for sale on eBay for $4,995,000.