A home on the actual property market in Taylorsville, Utah, for $599,000 is hiding a reasonably cool, and lavish, secret on the subject of its inside.
That’s proper. While the three-bedroom, four-bathroom residence seems to be completely regular on the surface, the within is adorned like a fort straight out of a fantasy film.
“The Castle at Stonewall is THEE one of a kind property you have been waiting for, no expense was spared, no corner’s cut,” the itemizing goes on to explain. “Every inch of the interior has been decorated to match including the handmade Ukrainian torch sconces, stone walls, medieval flags, armored decor and more.”
Other options throughout the 1,722-square-feet residence embrace:
New air conditioner
Fans of the favored actual property Facebook web page Zillow Gone Wild had been impressed by the inside and different side of the shocking home.
“I’d prefer more ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ and less ‘Harry Potter,’ but I still would take it,” one particular person mentioned.
“Those rock veneer walls were not cheap,” somebody identified. “I kind of like it! Beats thin drywall and cheap paint.”
“I like it! I’d decorate it totally differently with more color and soft textures, but I’m liking the walls, floors, and ceilings,” one other particular person commented.
“They picked a theme and stuck with it so I’m actually cool with this one, and after all the sterile kitchens with no warmth or color (this) was a breath of fresh air,” one particular person mentioned.
“I’m just impressed with their overall consistency,” one other commented.
“I’d deal with the weird interior just for that bathtub…now I want one!” somebody expressed.
“Not relevant but I bet the acoustics in that house are CRAZY with that amount of tile and rock,” one particular person identified.
“Do these people own a stone quarry?” one other requested. “Who buys that much stone tile? Where is the moat and dragon?”
Taylorsville is about 10 miles southwest of Salt Lake City.