An ordinary-looking house on sale in Australia is attracting a lot of extra attention after buyers took a look inside.
The property in Blackwood, southeast Adelaide, is set to sell at auction and has three bedrooms, a huge garden and is packed with incredible original features.
A listing describing the house states that it could be restored or be torn down in order to build a new property.
It says: “Rarely does an opportunity like this present itself!
“The home is probably beyond renovation but an enterprising type may like to restore the classic style.”
And some people might be keen to tear it down after looking at the “creepy” wallpaper inside.
“More likely is the opportunity to develop the land and profit.”
While it might be a perfect opportunity for a vintage fan to turn their hand to renovations, others might be a little wary after seeing the unusual artwork.
One of the empty bedrooms shows a blonde toddler in a white nightdress standing at the doorway and clutching a teddy.
Some people might love it but others found it “creepy” and we can see why.
The rest of the house looks lovely – with a nice outdoor space to enjoy.
The living room is sparse and needs to be renovated but is a lovely size.
Likewise, the kitchen will need everything to be replaced but has a beautiful tile floor.
And the bathroom has some incredible original features, including a cracking countertop.
The unusual wallpaper has been attached to a door in the bedroom, for reasons that remain very, very unclear.
But the purchaser will have to figure out what to do with the unusual artwork.
Estate agent Peter Jeffrey, of Harcourts Packham, said his firm had been getting a lot of perplexed emails about the image.
Worryingly, he revealed that it’s attached to a door bolted shut in the bedroom.
And that the former residents – who have moved into a care home – raised eight daughters in the family home.
“It’s actually a painting on wallpaper,” he told realestate.com.au.
“It’s a solid, bolted shut, used-to-be sliding door.
“There were eight girls brought up in that house and one of the daughters … put that there many years ago.
“It’s certainly getting a lot of attention.”
The property is listed without a price guide and set to go to under the hammer on 28 November.
On Instagram, people were unhappy with the unusual artwork, Yahoo Australia reported.
One person wrote: “I can’t tell if this is funny or scary,”
Another called for the house to be burnt down while a third dubbed it “spooky.”
One woman bluntly joked: “Nope. Not today, Satan.”