TEEN Mom Catelynn Lowell showed off her beautiful backyard on Instagram with a massive pool at her $220k historic octagon-shaped farmhouse.
Catelynn, 27, posted the video of her family and friends enjoying a refreshing dip in her pool during the heatwave.
She captioned the post: "Love me some pool days ❤️"
Fans previously commented on Catelynn and her husband Tyler Baltierra's new pool area claiming its shape resembled a PENIS after the couple showed off their home.
During an earlier episode of the reality show, camera's scanned over the couple's luxurious home featuring the circular swimming pool, but the decking surrounding it was a bit more suspect.
One person said: "Ok am I the only one that sees a penis shaped deck"
Another added: "looks like a penis"
A third simply remarked: "Well it looks terrible"
The home was built in 1869 by Great Lakes Sea Captain George W. Smith.
The abode also boasts a sun room, fireplace, built-in freezer and refrigerator, jacuzzi tub and more amenities.
Though the pair may still be laughing as The Sun recently revealed Catelynn and Tyler made $100,000 profit after flipping their Michigan home.
A property deed exclusively obtained by The Sun reveals Tyler, 29, sold their Burtchville, Michigan home for $175,000 on October 29, 2020.
Tyler got more than his asking price, as he listed the home for $169,900 on June 26, 2020.
The Teen Mom OG dad made a $101,560 profit, as he bought the home on March 7, 2016 for $73,440.
The ranch home features three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The kitchen boasts granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, tile backsplash, wood cabinets, farm sink and island.
The couple, who shares daughters Nova, 6, Vaeda, 2, and are expecting another girl, later purchased a historic four-bedroom, two-bathroom Octagon-shaped home in May 2017 for $220,000.
The profit comes after Tyler owed $2,947.07 in taxes on the property back in April 2020.
On Teen Mom OG, the high school sweethearts discussed building a horse stable.
Their project appears to have been completed, as they posted multiple photos on social media of Nova riding horses on the property.
Catelynn, who suffers from depression and anxiety, revealed riding houses has helped her with her struggles.
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