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The real estate developer behind the design, a Chinese company called Zhejiang Huanhua, wants to sell the logo design for $2 million, according to a listing posted Monday by Real Estate Weekly.
The listing includes photos of the logos of two Chinese-run Chinese properties.
The home will be built at 709 S. Main St., in the town of Taicheng.
It will be on the market through Sept. 9, according for the listing.
The seller is Zhejian Housing Estate, a company that specializes in home construction in Vietnam.
The site has been vacant for years and is known for its poor quality.
The logos were the design that was chosen for the house because it was the only one that could withstand the heat.
It also had to be light enough to walk to the house and the logotypes could be removed easily from the house, according the listing by the Zhejiu Huanhai website.
The Chinese government has banned imports of new housing from China in response to the flooding.
The company is selling the logotype for a reported $1.2-million.
The property will be owned by a Chinese investor, according Real Estate Week.
«It is a beautiful, well-made, well thought-out, well designed, highly recognizable, well made logotype that is unique in the market,» Zhejun Housing Estate said in a statement.