When I was a kid, I had dreams of one day owning a house with an indoor pool. Growing up in Michigan, you quickly realize that having a pool means enjoying a pool four or maybe five months out of the year and paying for it all year long.

By the way, my dreams went out the window when my parents told me I'd have to be a doctor in order to afford such a luxury.

But check out this crazy house in Michigan. Let's call it a diamond in the rough, shall we?

There's an indoor pool that can be used all year long and a great room that looks out over the pool area in order to keep an eye on what's going on down below. There are also five bedrooms and four full bathrooms.

But it could use a little TLC.

The bathrooms and the kitchen are in need of some updates. It could also use some new flooring. Speaking of flooring, wait 'til you see the pool area. What the hell were they thinking?

This Michigan Home Has an Indoor Pool (But Needs a Little TLC)

Just think of the money you'd save on gym memberships.

Owning a house with a pool in Michigan usually means enjoying a pool for about four months and loathing it the rest of the year. Not this house. This baby has an indoor pool that can be used year-round.

Although we do admit that it needs a bit of TLC.

Check Out 27 TV Shows That Were All Set in Michigan

Michigan is a great state surrounded by the Great Lakes - and it also makes a great setting for a TV show.

We all know that 'Home Improvement' starring Michigan's own Tim Allen is set here in Michigan, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. Or in this case, the tip of the Mitten.

Check out these 27 TV shows that have been based right here in good ol' Michigan.

Inside Henry Ford's Michigan Summer Home

Built in 1840's and once known as the John Pennington House, Henry Ford renovated the home in the 1930's for his summer home and a place to work on inventions and projects.