Normal family home that estate agent says only ‘brave people’ should view

Normal family home that estate agent says only ‘brave people’ should view_5d770663e7d4b.jpeg

From the outside this looks like a normal spacious family home with five bedrooms, two bathrooms and its own outdoor swimming pool.

But you will need to take a deep breath when you step inside as all is not it seems at Woodforde House.

The estate agent auctioning the property said visitors should be “brave people only” and advises them to “leave the kids at home or keep them supervised”.

It added: “If you are a scaredy cat, don’t come” and there is a a “guarantee you will remember this property”.

The 10-bedroom property boasts a swimming pool in the garden

The idyllic home is on sale in Adelaide, Australia

Some of the rooms do give a hint as to why buyers ‘need to be brave’

 

The stark warning has been issued because the home which is on sale in Magill, a suburb in Adelaide, Australia, includes several ghoulish rooms that would not look out of place at Halloween .

A video showcasing the property reveals the home as having a dated, slightly run down interior with old-fashioned furnishings which hint at the owner’s fondness of ghosts and ghouls.

The clip hides three rooms filled with dummies of ghosts, witches, demons and even a scary-looking clown.

But images reveal the the chilling rooms, which are also adorned with fake spiders and cobwebs.

The unusual home is for ‘brave people only’ the estate agent says

At first the home looks so mundane

The creepy listing quickly went viral online with Twitter users commenting on how normal the house looked before the chilling rooms were revealed.

One wrote: “Beautiful grounds. Ooo, that hardwood is lovely. Okay, furnishings are slightly ornate for my taste but nothing that can’t be chang — OH HOLY MOTHER OF GOD WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE????”

Another said: “I was nodding along until we got to the haunted doll murder basement. And why do they have a quilt that says ‘Crusty Demons’?”

Three rooms in the property are filled with scary ghoulish dummies

Prospective buyers are advised to ‘leave their kids at home’

The estate agent gives a guarantee that visitors ‘will not forget this property’

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A third added: “Me, swiping: I guess it’s a bit dated and that wallpaper is a lot, but I don’t really see what the— OH MY GOD!” 

The property was built by William Urenin the 1800s and includes a chapel with ruby red glass and matching church windows and two rooms in the cellar.

A family-of-six has lived there since 1977 and they describe it as “fun” while comparing it to The Bates Motel featured in the classic Hitchcock film Psycho.

The average price for a property in Magill is around $635,000 (£354,200).

The home needs a complete renovation and will go under the hammer on September 11.