An ordinary-looking home with an extraordinary interior is on the market – and lots of people have been left shocked by some of its unusual rooms.
The property in Louisville, Kentucky, was originally built in 1970 and has two bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Its listing notes that it has previously been used as a church, school, daycare and home business.
And that is evident as you look through the property, with a mishmash of interiors greeting you.
It’s on sale with an asking price of about £287,700 – but many prospective buyers have been left alarmed after undertaking the virtual tour of the house on the estate agents website.
On the outside, the property looks like any other home – it’s an attractive building with lots of land.
And the first floor resembles a typical home, although it is a little cluttered.
But the bottom level has left many people confused, as it is jam-packed with DVDs and boxes.
There are a number of rooms each filled with more items than the last – ranging from homeware goods to comics.
And so many boxes. You could build a cardboard fort from all the boxes that is the actual size of the property.
Clearly whoever owns it now must be killing it as an eBay seller, as they seemingly have every film ever produced on DVD.
The full listing of the property states: “Church, School, Daycare, Home business this home has been it all.
“This unique home is just what you are looking for.
“Two kitchens, a private living space and many more surprises. This is a must see. The pictures do not tell the full story.”
They owners also have a lot of music so if the items come with the house, a second lockdown won’t pose a problem for the buyer who will have a lot to entertain themselves with.
The labyrinth nature of the house is confusing, it feels slightly like the builder took inspiration from the Tardis while building it.
Many people were left creeped out by the bathrooms, with one containing two toilets, while another appeared to be a baptism pool turned into shower cubicle.
One person tweeted that the “creepy” bathroom “looks like it’s from a prison or an eastern bloc bathhouse or something?”
Another joked: “At one point I was like I know exactly where these stairs will take me and ended up somewhere else completely.
“I don’t think the estate agent ever got out.”
The property went viral on Twitter where people urged unsuspecting house hunters to try out the 3D tour.
One person joked: “This house is built like a doom level…”
Another joked: “The 3D walkthrough of this place is the best horror video game I’ve ever played.”
A third joked: “If, like me, you’re feeling today that your house could stand to be a little tidier.
“I encourage you to click the “3D walkthrough” on this listing (be sure you visit both floors!) and cheer yourself up.
“The pictures do not tell the full story” — yikes”
Many found themselves lost in the huge property – with one person tweeting: “I’m convinced it’s a non euclidean space, every time I think I have it understood I find a new room or get lost somewhere.”