The small town of Clearmont, Wyoming (population 119) has a couple of streets with big city names.

There's New York Ave. No skyscrapers there, just a big city name.

Then there is Pennsylvania Avenue.

If you drive down Pennsylvania Avenue in Clearmount you'll see an address that might sound familiar.

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Does that ring a bell?

Maybe this house will jog your memory.

White House in Washington D.C. United States national landmark.

You are looking at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500.

Honestly, the entire town is not big enough for the number to be a coincidence.

Perhaps someone on Pennsylvania Avenue in Clearmont, Wyoming thought that putting 1600 on their house might be funny.

The house next to it is 1228. The house across the street is 1601.

Clairmont Town Hall is on the same street. It's 1603.

Hmm. Maybe it is just a coincidence.

attachment-Clearmont Wyoming Google Earth

In any case, the Claremont house with the almost-famous address is UP FOR SALE!

According to a REMAX Website post.

If you had a house with that address, what would you do with it?

You know that some people might notice.

Why not have fun?

Let's drop in on Google Earth and have a look at the house.

I bet you have something grand in mind, don't you?

Well, sorry to disappoint you.

Here it is.

attachment-1600 Pennsavania Ave Clearmont Wyoming Google Earth

At least it's well-kept.

Nice lawn and trees.

No trash in the yard.

They could have at least painted the house WHITE!

Estimated price is $324,400.

4 bedrooms and two full baths.

You can use this link from Google Earth to look around.

The street is nice, but not very long.

The house across the street is white. What gives?

Do think they get mail, occasionally, from people just having fun with their address?

Then again, maybe they are sick of hearing about it.

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