Want to see what a house built by a blind man looks like? Stone home on sale for $600,000 (£414k)

A stunning stone home built by a blind man by hand has gone on sale for just $600,000 (£414k).

10620 Samoa Ave

10620 Samoa Ave

Constructed in 1924 by Elmer Reavis, Samoa Ave is in the Sunland-Tujunga neighbourhood of Los Angeles, California, USA.

Inside, the unique home features exposed wooden beams, stone fire-places and stained glass windows.

Bedroom

Bedroom

The 1,398-square-foot main building, which has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, also comes with a swimming pool.

There is also a separate guesthouse with it’s own kitchen and loft bedroom.

The outdoor pool

The outdoor pool

A fishing pond and patio with built in BBQ complete the grounds.

Reavis reportedly used a system of pulleys and rope to erect the property which is made from locally sourced arroyo stone.

10620 Samoa Ave bedroom

10620 Samoa Ave bedroom

Listing agent, Judy Berna from Coldwell Banker, said: “The house is a work of art and craftsmanship.

“It’s similar to Beethoven creating beautiful music that he could not hear.

The outside of the house

The outside of the house

“Elmer Reavis created this beautiful house he’d never see.”