For the Love of Old Houses/Old House Life is a great passion project by Michelle Bowers. She's very knowledgeable in restoration and has a nice following, so maybe the home has a chance to find owners with the will and means for this home. It definitely has character, and they have options for relocation with lots still pretty reasonable. Not a house for most buyers, but could be the right home for someone with the resources, and that's a nicer thought than someone buying it to be a piece of their real estate portfolio to rent for income, enjoy themselves, and then profit by the eventual loss.
Michell's FB group and blog is a nice place to browse if you like historic homes or appreciate architecture, and it has a heartwarming story behind it.
It is definitely not the house for most people, and that's okay. I rather wish the conversation here had been more about the design of the home and if there are many others like it, or have been. I've seen a few similar.
But, I realize if it's not this, we'd go back to grousing about Edgecamp being something the likes of which no one has seen in Salvo (nevermind the 14 bedroom home it's modeled after just a stone's throw away ) or the other 46ish homes going in there.
I wouldn't buy this house, but it cuts a nice silhouette.