Bigfoot spotted in hilarious California real estate ad


Bigfoot lives! Well, at least he does in this California luxury real estate ad.

5649 Hillside Drive in Felton, Calif., Just went on sale for $ 1 million. The 1,872 square foot, five bed, three bath home has a beautiful outdoor patio, large windows, and lots of luxury. He also has, according to the real estate listing, a Bigfoot resident.

The gorgeous home borders Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, an observation ground known for the legendary Bigfoot. The real estate agent who was selling the house wanted to get a little creative in his approach to selling the house. Coldwell Banker’s Daniel Oster told Insider he just couldn’t get the idea out of his mind after doing a professional photoshoot for the list.

“It kept coming to mind, I thought it could be fun and make people smile,” Oster said. “Buying a home is kind of an adventure, and I wanted to make it a surprise.”

After getting the nod from the seller, Oster donned his Bigfoot costume – he just had one handy, it seems – and took some very silly photos with the big guy. Dotted with regular photos from the home show, they add a bit of whimsy and character to the list.

This Bigfoot is relatively calm; he pretty much just hangs around the house. The funny photos helped share the ad online a lot, which is exactly the point of taking real estate photos.

A little reading during the day, to occupy his big mind.

Bigfoot gardening
He gardens AND fixes things – this Bigfoot is no moocher.

Yoga with big feet
I need to stay active and in good shape …

Bigfoot in the kitchen
Biscuit? Uh, yes, please!

As of this writing, the house is still for sale, but unfortunately Bigfoot does not come with the house … although there is still the possibility of it popping up in the woods.

With a spacious and airy interior, wood-paneled floors and ceilings, gorgeous views, and multiple fireplaces, this home is one we’d be happy to call home, Bigfoot or not.

What do you think of this real estate agent’s hilarious tactic to sell this house? Sound off in the comments below.

All images courtesy of Zillow’s Real Estate Listing.


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