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Lego house: Colonial house for a poor man in Texas

Lego house: Colonial house for a poor man in Texas

A house built for a man in rural Texas is getting a bit of love in the Lego world.

The Lego house for the poor man is for sale at an auction in Austin, Texas.

The seller, an individual from Brazil, told the Associated Press that the house was made for a Brazilian man named Fernando.

Fernando lives in the neighborhood of Bexar and lives in a modest home.

The house is decorated with a small green room, a large green closet and a wooden porch.

He has a bed, a TV and a refrigerator, according to the AP.

Federico’s story is similar to the story of the house in the movie “The Lego Movie,” which is set in Brazil.

The story follows a boy named Brick who lives in an abandoned building on the outskirts of the country.

The story is told by the main character, who lives with his family in a trailer with a garbage can and a small garden.

It is about a young boy who gets caught in a garbage fire that kills his mother and father and destroys the building.

He moves into the home of a wealthy couple who has built a house on the site.

The boy has a dream of making his own house and wants to become a brickmaker.

The couple also owns a company that makes bricks.

Ferguson’s story also tells of a family who has lost everything to a flood.

The family decides to build a new house on land that is being flooded, the AP reports.

The boy, who is in the third grade, becomes the sole builder of the new house.

The home is described as a “tiny, white brick home” and features a large wooden porch, which is topped by a red bucket that sits on a metal beam, the Associated Post reports.

It has a large kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The seller described the house as being “in a rural part of Brazil,” according to The Austin American-Statesman.

Fresno, California, resident Dan Ferguson was inspired by the story in his Lego house when he was looking for something to help him pay his bills.

He told ABC News that the family was able to build the house with a $30,000 loan from a family friend who was willing to help out with construction.

The house is located in the foothills of the San Joaquin Valley, which has a high concentration of farms and cattle ranchers.

The buyer is expected to be ready to move in within the next few weeks, according the AP, although Ferguson says he is planning to pay his $1,500 down payment in full before the home is ready for the market.