This property did have a problem with mice, but the current owner assures us he found an effective way of dealing with them.
No it’s fine. Stay there, and you won’t become a preposterous centrepiece of the most ridiculous real estate photograph ever taken.
Sometimes you have to give an agent the benefit of the doubt and presume that they’ve spent the last 60 years in a cultural vacuum with their eyes closed.
Ideal for those of you with a particularly fast metabolism.
It’s a valiant attempt by the agent, but surely at least some prospective buyers will notice what’s missing from this bedroom.
To ward off potential intruders the owners have put a fully stocked drinks trolly immediately in front of a badly-fitted glass door.
A point-blank Mexican stand-off between two bright red sofas adjudicated by a television. In the world of Feng Shui, this is quite a low score.
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The garden was meticulously well-maintained by the current owner, who passed away in 1974.
Submitted by Tristan, for which thanks.
Despite modernisation, the owners have retained the toilet’s original listening booth - an unusual feature seldom seen nowadays.
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We call this the blue room.
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In certain parts of the Midwest it’s not unusual for real estate agents to conduct viewings on horseback.
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Heaven knows what he was doing that required so much toilet paper, but clearly the estate agent’s arrival caused him to panic and hide under the sink.
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And this is the garage, where uncle Bernard spent his later years preparing for the apocalypse.
Ah, the parties we used to have. Do you remember the one when we murdered everybody?
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