We know it’s the same house as the one the Sparrow family built in the Netherlands, but we don’t know what the house looks like.
And that’s the main thing we want to know.
The house looks much like the one that houses a Dutch family that has owned the property since at least the 17th century, when they moved into it after being displaced by the Black Death.
In fact, it was built by a group of Dutch families in the early 20th century who had to move out of their former home in order to relocate to a new home.
The Dutch also had to relocate their house in the 1960s because of the Black Plague, which they believed caused a decrease in the number of Europeans.
The Sparrows, however, still owned the house, and the Sparsers kept it as a heritage building until 2006, when it was sold to a family for $2.6 million, according to the BBC.
That house is now a museum, with visitors from around the world visiting it to see how the Spanges lived, and hear stories from those who were there, the BBC reported.