Social media users were stunned by strange rooms and bizarre objects found on a 3D tour of a large house listed for sale in Kentucky.
The $ 375,000 property, built in 1970 and located in Louisville, includes two kitchens, three bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The house was once used as a “church, school, daycare and home business,” according to the estate listing, and it has separate bathrooms with urinals.
A giant shower room is also visible, which appears to be an ancient baptismal font. The property once served as the Church of Christ on Boulevard Bonaventure, but the church moved over ten years ago.
Lots of boxes of pornography, DVDs, and old Christmas decorations also litter the house.
It’s not clear if a business is currently operating outside the home, but it certainly looks like the current owner is quite the collector, with boxes stacked in almost every room.
In 2014, a father and son were arrested for storing stolen goods at the residence, but it is not known whether the goods now there are related to this case.
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Viewers were stunned by a 3D tour of a real estate ad for this Kentucky home. Although it looks ordinary from the outside, the interior of the house is full of quirky rooms and objects.
The $ 375,000 property, built in 1970 and located in Louisville, has two kitchens, three bedrooms and lots of clutter
One of the house’s three very messy bedrooms is pictured. The current owner made no effort to tidy up the residence before the photographs for the ad were taken
Pictured is one of the men’s bathrooms in the house, which has a urinal right next to the regular toilet
Television writer Jenny Jaffe drew attention to the bizarre real estate ad in a Tweeter shared with its 31,000 subscribers Monday.
‘Uh. I found this in a Facebook group; the person who posted said “visit in 3d, try to find the tub” … enjoy it (?) “, she tweeted.
More than 1,000 people responded to her post, many saying they had difficulty looking around the crowded house to locate the tub.
One of them called the trip to the 3D tour his “new favorite video game”.
No effort was made to tidy up the residence until the listed photographs were taken, with viewers of the 3D tour encountering unmade beds, dirty floors and DVD cases.
Dozens of people who responded to Jaffe’s tweet said they were stunned by the visit and commented on the strange objects they spotted while searching for the tub.
One said he noticed a microwave in a living room, while another said he spotted a McDonald’s mug sitting on a sink in one of the bathrooms.
Several noticed a very large cat as they walked through the house on the tour.
Side by side toilets! It is not known why the bathrooms in the houses have multiple toilets and urinals side by side without doors for more privacy.
A Twitter user noticed an old McDonald’s mug on one of the bathroom sinks. The cardboard cup is currently used as a lacquer holder
A sign on one of the bedroom doors reads: “Welcome to the cave of man”
In the basement, hundreds of heavy boxes line shelves that rise from floor to ceiling
It seems the current owner is quite the hoarder, with stacks of cardboard boxes stacked in almost every room
“I watched until I was too sick to continue and never found the tub. I also managed to miss the chat, ” one Twitter user wrote.
“Fashion dolls. All DVDs in the world. Christmas decor. Grill wipes. A vacuum cleaner that has definitely never been used, cardboard tubes. The Simpsons merchandise. A huge map of England next to an ominously filthy light switch. I wasted my whole morning in this horrible wonderland, ”said another.
Jaffe’s post inspired hundreds of humorous responses from Twitter users
The property was raided in 2014 following a four-year police investigation, WLKY news reported at the time.
At the time, police claimed there was enough stolen goods inside the house to fill several trucks.
Troy Curtis and his son Trevor Curtis pleaded not guilty in December 2014 to being involved in organized crime syndication and receiving stolen goods, according to WAVE3 News.
It is not clear if the items currently seen in the 3D walkthrough relate to this case in any way.
The house has been on the market for two months.
However, it is possible that new interest in the listing could see the property snatching up in no time.
Girls Gone Wild DVD boxes are seen in a hallway near the bathroom
Pictured: Viewers of the Blue Tub were looking around on the 3D tour of the house