If you have always dreamed of an open toilet, then this house is your ideal choice.
The houses for sale in Boston on Zillow seem normal and quaint, but they are not.
The price of a newly renovated four-bedroom, three-bedroom house (foreclosure) is as high as $899,000. However, one of the bathroom layouts is terrible.
It starts when you pass through the front door, and from the front door, which is the left side of the open concept space.
Although there are three complete bathrooms on the list, the bathroom lacks one major component: a wall.
A photo of the property was first shared by the Instagram account Zillow Gone Wild, and social media immediately marked it as a “nightmare.”
“Do we have to be open to everything these days?” said an Instagram user.
Another person joked: “Those glass walls really do the most to protect your privacy.”
One person wrote: “This is actually a nightmare that often happens to me, while another person calls it a “freak show.”
This two-story house was built in 1910 and covers an area of 2,000 square feet.
Although the rest of the house looks normal, but with modern decoration and original hardwood floors, the bathroom scene is hard to ignore.
Someone joked: “I must like the clear glass between the shower and the toilet, but the frosted glass between the toilet and the sink.”
This is not the only house for sale with some suspicious features.
With creepy mannequins in every room, a home in Lake Tahoe, California, went touring through social media. A house in Kentucky also lacks a bathtub at all.
And, as New Yorkers know, it is not uncommon to find a bathtub in the kitchen of the Big Apple.