This creepy house is practically impossible to sell


One of the joys of owning your own home is having the freedom to decorate it however you like. You can express yourself and design the home to look, feel, and work in the way you want. The only thing you have to keep in mind, though, is whether the design of your home will affect your ability to sell it in the future.

While this Hartford, Connecticut home currently on the market for $339,900 via Zillow may appear normal from the outside, it has garnered some unwanted attention thanks to its rather creepy interior. Just take a look for yourself…

The exterior of this home currently for sale on Zillow may seem pleasant enough. Don’t be fooled, though, because what lurks behind the front door has people all over the world freaking out…


There are rather peculiar blood-like designs that cover the walls in the kitchen, and the cupboards appear to have been slashed with knives.


The bloody prints exist not only in the kitchen, but in just about every nook and cranny you could imagine…


Not many people have shown interest in purchasing the house, and the reasoning seems obvious…


The real estate agent is convinced that someone will come along who is interested in moving into it, though.


Certain photos used to advertise this home look like stills from the set of a horror movie.


Even the otherwise nice porch is ruined by a net that looks more like a booby trap than anything else…


Whoever designed the home must’ve just gotten done watching a marathon of spooky films…


This is totally what you imagine when you think of your dream kitchen, right?


How could this is a doorway lead to anything safe when it looks like that?


It’s incredible that the listing agent hasn’t done more to spruce up the home since it’s been on the market. A little elbow grease could go a long way to getting it sold!

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