Those in the market for a new home in South Lake Tahoe in the US will get a big surprise if they go and look around a property that’s currently for sale on Primrose Road.
The three-bedroom duplex, listed on Zillow, is said to have “great income property potential” and is set to be sold “as-is”.
From the outside, the place looks pretty ordinary, but once through the doors, prospective buyers are sure to be distracted by a rather creepy collection inside.
More than a dozen female mannequins can be found in the house, all dressed up in bright coloured, sparkly gowns fit for a prom and wearing wigs.
In a different photo from another room in the house, the mannequins are joined by a Virgin Mary statue, a dog figurine, dolls and a male mannequin as well.
The property listing online reads: “With a little love, this duplex has great income property potential.
“Centrally located and close to casinos, beaches, shopping, skiing and the only cinema in town.
“There is a spacious three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit upstairs and a two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit with a one-car garage downstairs.
“Large driveway that can accommodate numerous cars. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity! Property to be sold as-is’.”
The eerie home has gone viral on social media after a link to it was shared on Twitter, garnering over 8,000 likes and a number of responses from people losing their minds over the mannequins.
TV writer Amanda Diebert tweeted it, saying: “Absolutely nothing creepy to see here.”
One person replied: “scrolling la la la la… bit messy… la la… they might’ve tidied up first.. la la JEZUS F**KING CHRIST ON A CRACKER!!”
Someone else wrote: “The mannequins in gowns was creepy enough but then slide #18 came along and..”
Another tweeted: “Me looking at pictures one by one: a bit junky, weird, why are the patio doors going into the gara… WHAT TF IS THAT?!”
A fourth proclaimed: “I casually strolled through the first several pics like, ‘I don’t really see a probl- GAH WHAT THE F**K!!!'”
A different user added: “Can a realtor answer me this please: why in the hell would you not tell the owner to remove that s**t beforehand? It’s distracting and just effing weird..”