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This house has its own Oval Office inside, complete with presidential seal

This house has a replica of the Oval Office inside — and that's not even the most surprising part.
This house has the most unexpected office design.
This house has the most unexpected office design.Pierce Johnston
/ Source: TODAY

This 9,437-square-foot house sits on a 10.65-acre lot and comes with stunning cathedral ceilings, an indoor saltwater pool, pipe organ and fully functioning recording studio.

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The main living areaPierce Johnston /

But even with all of those amazing features (and a $2.7 million price tag), it’s the home office that’s getting the most buzz.

As you can imagine, it’s not just any home office. It’s a mini replica of the Oval Office.

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The room's decor was designed by the owners and based on "The West Wing" set.Pierce Johnston /

“I would have never dreamed that it was going to be the selling point,” homeowner Greg Knowles, a music professor, told TODAY Home.

He and his wife, Katie, built the home in Wappingers Falls, New York, in 2009. As they were deciding what type of office to create, the architect they were working with half-jokingly suggested making it into the Oval Office.

And the couple went with it.

“We did it all ourselves,” Knowles said of the design process. The room, which is two-thirds the size of the real Oval Office in the White House, is actually modeled after a fictional president’s space.

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The couple found the seal for the carpet online. Pierce Johnston /

“Each president is able to redecorate the office however they want it, which is why you see it looking different on different shows,” Knowles explained of his extensive research. “We decided the most regal looking one was Jed Bartlet’s (played by Martin Sheen) from ‘The West Wing.’

As for finding all the right decor details, “It was surprisingly easy to find everything we needed,” he said.

“There are several places that sell the round (presidential) seal,” he added. They purchased the royal blue carpet and had it sewn in.

Other details include a grandfather clock, flags and a reproduction of "The Bronco Buster" statue by Frederic Remington.

“It takes your breath away when you walk into it,” realtor Kelly Campbell, who holds the listing, told TODAY Home.

While the home has gone viral because of the office design, that’s not the only surprising aspect of their home.

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The owner says this pool is actually the most popular spot for guests in the home.Pierce Johnston /
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The indoor pool is heated.Pierce Johnston /

“We have an indoor pool on main level, and the whole end of the pool is plexiglass so you can see into the pool. Everyone wants to have their picture taken there.”

Whether you're signing documents in the Oval Office or posing by the pool, is certainly unique. See more photos at the listing.