Every now and then we come across a home that really has to be seen to be believed. It happened back in November when we got a good look inside NHL player Conor McDavid’s nightmare-inducing monochromatic mansion in Edmonton.
This week, the internet is obsessed with another black and white home located in Baltimore, Maryland.
The small one-bedroom house looks realtively normal when viewed directly from the front.
However, as you make your way around the 1,540 square foot house and then go inside it, you quickly learn that you have never in your life seen a home quite like this one.
The home’s description on Redfin makes it sound like your average house.
Come inspect this one of a kind rare home. Seller has made many improvements. There is a double wide driveway in front. From the alley in the rear you can enter the 12×37 detached garage. There are doors on both ends of the garage. Enjoy summer bonfires in your own fire pit. High privacy fence and eight security cameras will keep things private and secure. A covered 14 foot stone wet bar with granite pillars that includes a double built in cooler is like going on vacation in your back yard. Walk in the front door to ceramic tile and recessed lighting in the kitchen and dining area. Enjoy cooking in your updated kitchen with a five burner gas range, a double sink and Corian countertops. The front loading washer/dryer is hidden in the pantry. A full bath and carpeted living and dining rooms make this level complete. Downstairs is a huge open recreation room open for your imagination. The lower level includes four windows and an outside entrance. There is easy access to service the gas boiler, water heater and sump pump. On the upper level there is a huge loft style bedroom. Besides the closet there are five storage closets. Make this dream your home!
Ummm… they forgot to mention the cemetary.
Vampires: "We need to blend in so humans don't know we exist"
Vampire House: pic.twitter.com/oaa5OFXvaO
— Donny T is failing upwards || (They/Them)✨ 🔮 (@TheDrMonkey) March 29, 2021
And the, uh, unique master bedroom.
And all the Raiders memorabilia.
Everyone needs to see this house in Baltimore, it starts out nice good curb appeal maybe they’re into sports clearly they like black and white. pic.twitter.com/1XM8mgJJhc
— TNB✨ (@TNBwrites) March 29, 2021
And, well, everything else.
Gothic-themed Baltimore home belonging to the ultimate Las Vegas Raiders fan hits the market for $225,000 https://t.co/6s4gHyLNB2
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) March 30, 2021
House for sale in Baltimore. pic.twitter.com/iexB8xx9tr
— Devereaux's Ghost (@devereauxsghost) March 29, 2021
Take a wild guess what the price tag is for this one-bedroom, one bathroom, 1,540 square foot house.
How does $225,000 grab you?
According to the seller’s agent, Matt Godbey, a broker with Re/Max, who spoke to Slate about the home you should have seen it BEFORE the pictures were taken.
“He somewhat neutralized it,” says Godbey. “I told him: I’ve been doing this for 33 years, and I know what sells. Some of the things in there, I told him, will frighten people. There were about 25 mannequins in the basement and some upstairs.”
Sooo… what is his deal anyway?
“His thing is horror movies. It’s not a cult thing,” he says. “And I can relate — I’ve seen quite a few of those movies myself. He removed the mannequins. He did what he could, but between getting the house ready for sale and working six days a week, it’s just about all he could do by himself. Some of the pictures are fastened to the wall, and he said he’ll have to tear them out and plaster and paint. But sometimes you don’t get 100 percent of what you ask a seller to do.”
Are we sure he’s not a vampire?
“No, not that I’m aware of,” replied Godbey.