More than 35,000 Christmas lights illuminate the home of Russell and Julia Hansen.
1363 Dousman St. is at the intersection of Dousman and North Platten streets.
I've always wanted to have a lot of them, but it's not something you can do just once," said owner Russell Hansen, who has decorated the property for about four years. "Each year, it just got bigger and bigger."
It got so big and popular, in fact, that Hansen asked the Salvation Army to put a kettle there.
"Each year, people would actually knock on our door and give us money, and we'd donate it to charities," Hansen explained.
The display took 100 hours to set up, Hansen estimated. Decorating starts the day after Halloween and continues until December, when everything is plugged in.
Electricity runs through New Year's Eve. The resulting bill is about $200 more than average, he said.