Excerpts from the telegraph.com:

An estimated $3 million in fire and water damage following a fire at a pyramid home may force the owners to knock the tourist attraction down. If the Gold Pyramid House’s owners decide to demolish, they will replace the structure in Wadsworth with a bigger and better pyramid.

The owners have determined the water damage from firefighting efforts Tuesday was too extensive, but that the fire damage is limited to a couple of rooms.

The Gold Pyramid House was built in 1977 as a private residence but was later opened for public tours. A 55-foot-tall (17-meter-tall) statue of Ramses II stands outside.

The six-story structure has a moat and contains a replica of King Tut’s tomb.